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President Obama coming to North Carolina

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On Friday, April 2, President Obama will travel to the Charlotte, NC area and deliver remarks on the economy. Full story...
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Parent information meeting scheduled for Wrightsboro Elementary parents after mold discovered

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Parents of Wrightsboro Elementary School are encouraged to attend an information meeting about the school’s recent location change. New Hanover County Schools and NHC Health Department officials, along with Dr. Sean Lucas of Allergy Partners of Coastal Carolina, will be available to answer parents’ questions. Full story...
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Response from Senator Burr on his objection to Armed Services Committee Hearing

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“Much has been said about my objection to the Armed Services Committee chairman’s request to meet on Wednesday afternoon which required unanimous consent of Congress. . . ." Full story...
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Historic home auction benefits charity

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The 4,100 square foot house built in 1925 was featured on "One Tree Hill." You can tour the house during the Azalea Festival. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: N.C. Coastal Resources Commission votes on terminal groin recommendations

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The N.C. Coastal Resources Commission today voted to recommend specific considerations that must be met if the N.C. General Assembly should desire to lift some of the current limitations on permanent erosion control structures on North Carolina’s ocean and inlet shorelines. Full story...
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North Carolina’s unemployment rate up to 11.2% in February

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North Carolina’s unemployment rate increased to 11.2 percent in February, according to statistics released today by the state’s Employment Security Commission. The rate increased from 11.1 percent in January. Full story...
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Illegals and the Census

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video Filling out your census form is mandated by the U.S. Constitution. Still, many people don't fill it out for fear their private information is going to become public. That's of special concern for illegal or "undocumented" immigrants. Full story...
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Gov. Perdue talks jobs with business leaders

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video Gov. Bev Perdue used a power breakfast with area business and community leaders to outline her plans to bring more jobs to the state. The governor pledged to recreate the Port City's community that thrives on small businesses. Full story...
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BREAKING: Chatham County Courthouse burning

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Chatham County officials said Thursday that everyone working in the building was evacuated safely. Firefighters responded to the scene before 5 p.m. and continue to battle flames and smoke that are billowing from the rooftop. Full story...
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Kids learn about jobs at Truck Day

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Usually we're the ones who ask the questions, but today students at Ogden Elementary had the chance to ask questions of their own. Today was truck day at the school, and kids got to get up close to fire trucks, police trucks and even WWAY's own live truck. Full story...
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One killed, one hurt in Brunswick crash

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One man is dead and another is in the hospital after a head-on collision in Brunswick County. It happened around 11 a.m. on Old Georgetown Road between Sunset Beach and Ocean Isle Beach. Full story...
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Woman pleads guilty to hiding mother's death

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The daughter of a woman found dead in her Ogden home months after she died pleaded guilty today to concealment of death and two felony counts of obtaining property by false pretense. Full story...
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Deputies catch 26-year fugitive

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The Social Security Administration says he applied for benefits using the identity of a Virginia man who died in 1983. Full story...
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What's Happening: March 26-28

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video A film festival pays homage to Wilmington this weekend and if you're looking for plants and herbs for your garden, there's one place to go. Marcy Cuevas tells us What's Happening. Full story...
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New Hanover County Schools headed for Spring Break

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New Hanover County Schools and Central Offices, with the exception of Isaac Bear and Wilmington Early College High Schools, will be closed Monday, March 29 –April 2, 2010, for the district’s annual Spring Break. Full story...
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