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Forbes reports North Carolina a good place for business

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videoDespite the troubling unemployment numbers, Forbes magazine reported North Carolina is still a good place to do business. The magazine released its rankings for the best places for business and careers. Full story...
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Battle of the blueberry festivals

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videoThe blueberry may be small, but it's causing a big debate between blueberry buffs in Pender and Bladen counties. A newly proposed bill may name Pender County's blueberry festival as the official state recognized festival, an idea some Bladen County growers see as a problem. Full story...
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Ticket purchases on the rise as Azalea Festival nears

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The ticket office on Oleander Drive was extremely busy Friday as excitement is starting to build for next week's Azalea Festival. Full story...
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NHC authorities still looking for Vann's killer

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NHC sheriff’s deputies returned to the former home of Alton Corey Vann as they search for his killer. Deputies searched the residence of Larry Gonzales, Vann's former roommate. Full story...
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Unemployment numbers hit all time highs

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There is some bleak economic news for North Carolina. Unemployment numbers in February reached their highest point since these stats have been kept beginning in 1976. Full story...
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Columbus County schools Celebrate the Arts

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videoWhat makes Columbus County schools unique goes beyond the hallways. Out of the 115 school districts in our state, only 15 of them are run by cities. Whiteville is one of them. That means two school systems, a county and a city, oversee education in Columbus County. Full story...
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Information technology jobs predicted to be in higher demand

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videoUNCW information technology students got some encouraging news Thursday evening as their industry is projected to have the third highest growth rate in North Carolina over the next decade. Full story...
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Get Real, Get Tested raising HIV awareness

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videoMore than 33,000 North Carolinians are living with HIV, and that number is growing every year. A statewide public health campaign is working to raise awareness and offer free testing. Full story...
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Computer worm could infect millions

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Security experts are racing against time to try to stop a computer worm from infecting millions of computers. The worm is supposed to strike on April first. The worm is called “Conficker C" and it could be one of the most damaging computer attacks we've seen in years. Full story...
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Independent Container Line docks in Wilmington

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videoThree weeks ago, the Port of Wilmington welcomed Maersk Tangier, the world’s largest container shipping company. For the second time in less than a month, trucks lined up at the port to welcome a new company to Wilmington. Full story...
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Wilmington Residential Facility for Women could be shut down

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videoA local women's correctional facility is in danger of being shut down. Governor Perdue’s proposed budget recommends closing seven minimum-security prisons in North Carolina, including the Wilmington Residential Facility for Women. Full story...
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State releases domestic violence stats

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videoFor the first time ever, the state has released statistics on deaths caused by domestic violence. It's an alarming statewide number, and southeastern North Carolina has seen its share. Full story...
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Ports Authority holds presentation for Southport terminal

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Ports officials contend the additional activity at the Wilmington port demonstrates the need for a new facility in Southport. Thursday, the Ports Authority will hold a presentation on that planned international terminal. Full story...
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NHC school budget the topic at a work session Thursday night

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The finance committee will give its recommendations for next year's budget. Board members will be able to ask questions and make their own recommendations. Full story...
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The aftermath of the Red Springs tornado

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videoSaturday marks the 25th anniversary of a devastating F4 tornado that twisted through southeastern North Carolina. The tornado came from the southwest right up the railroad track through the center of town. Full story...
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