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International Paper may cut jobs at Franklin plant, affecting NC workers

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Virginia Senator Mark Warner said he will try to convince International Paper not to shut down its plant in Franklin. One thousand one hundred jobs are hanging in the balance. Full story...
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Volunteers clean up Island Number 13

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videoDozens of volunteers from across the community took to the river Sunday to rid one island of trash. The Cape Fear River Watch organized the event that had plenty of helping hands. Full story...
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Atmosphere Academy: The study of meteorology

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videoDo you remember learning about weather in elementary school? Chances are, you studied weather in science class. But there's a lot of history involved in the study of weather. Full story...

Hot stuff at this year's Chili Cook Off

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Saturday, it was all about chowing down for a good cause. The 23rd Annual Chili Cook Off went on as scheduled despite a little rain. Full story...
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Walkers raise money for arthritis foundation

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Hundreds of volunteers walked this weekend to help fight arthritis. The Carolinas chapter of the Arthritis Foundation held the Fourth Annual Arthritis Walk at Hugh MacRae Park.

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Dream season ends with a 3 point loss for Wilmington Tigers

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The Wilmington Tigers lost a nailbiter Saturday night. Full story...
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New Hanover County Sheriff's Office cracking down on heroin

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videoThis week's arrest of two Wilmington men on heroin-related charges marks nearly 40 such arrests in the past few months. Full story...
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Wilmington mayoral candidate sues Star News and points finger at opposition

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videoAn anonymous contributor to the Star News website alleges Paul Knight embezzled money and was sued twice for sexual harassment. Now Knight is suing the John Doe and pointing the finger at incumbent Bill Saffo. Full story...
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Yam Festival full of sweet potatoes

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videoTabor City is hosting the 39th Annual Yam Festival through the weekend, however you won't find any yams there, only sweet potatoes. Full story...
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Drug bust in Brunswick County leads to marijuana camp

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videoThe Brunswick County Sheriff's Office has busted up what it's calling a drug camp buried deep in the woods of Supply. Undercover drug detectives said the "marijuana camp" did not just pop up overnight. Full story...
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Pregnant Brunswick County woman dies of H1N1 virus

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Brunswick County's health director reccomends pregnant women get H1N1 vaccine after county's first death related to the H1N1 virus. Full story...
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State bar recognizes Soles for 50 years of membership

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Although currently facing his own legal problems, State Senator RC Soles has been practicing law for half a century. This week, the state bar recognized Soles for 50 years of membership. Full story...
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Titan America accused of charging artificially high prices

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The company that wants to build a cement plant in Castle Hayne is being sued in a class action lawsuit. Titan America is among nine companies accused of anti-competitive practices in Florida. Full story...
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Top women golfers tee off at Landfall Tradition

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Some of the top college golfers teed off in the Port City Friday morning. It was the first round of the Eighth Annual Landfall Tradition at the Country Club of Landfall. For the first time, the tournament features only a women's field. Full story...
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Broken candidate pledge would net NC charity $250K

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A North Carolina congressional candidate says he's putting his money where his mouth is when it comes to following through on a term-limits pledge. Full story...
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