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Troubleshooters: Disputing credit card charges

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videoIn today's Troubleshooters Report, how to get a disputed charge resolved with your credit card company. Robert Pfeffer thought he went through the proper channels to dispute a charge from a home warranty company, but the credit card company wouldn't budge. Full story...
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Budget includes funding for CFCC Marine Tech program

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Cape Fear Community College can rest a little easier. The state has included funding for the Marine Technology offshore training program in the new budget. Full story...
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The effects of an increase in the sales and sin tax

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One part of the state budget that will inevitably affect everyone is the one percent sales tax increase. That hike may seem insignificant to some, but even a dime here and there can add up.

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Probation officers catch break, may hire more officers

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One sector that may be getting some good news is the Department of Corrections Probation and Parole. After struggling for some time to keep up with increasing case loads, probation officers may catch a break. Full story...
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Girls in Brunswick County learn about getting fit

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Some young Brunswick County girls are getting a head start learning about the importance of exercise and a healthy lifestyle. The Brunswick Community College Fitness for Fun Girls Camp teaches eight ...

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Marino on Money: August 5

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videoMaintaining good credit is important, but first you have to establish it. Financial planner Ross Marino has some tips in today's Marino on Money. Full story...
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UNCW is pleased with donations, named one of best colleges

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Despite the economic downturn, people still seem inclined to give to their alma mater. That is the case for UNC Wilmington. Full story...
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Field house, redistricting on New Hanover County School Board meeting agenda

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videoA few items of interest were on the agenda at Tuesday night's New Hanover County School Board meeting. At the top, the future of the New Hanover High School football field house. Another hot topic: the ongoing battle about middle school redistricting. Full story...
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Leland's Night Out against crime

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Communities across the country, and right here in our area, gathered Tuesday night to take part in the 26th Annual National Night Out. One of the local events was in Leland. Full story...
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State budget vote today

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We could finally have a state budget by the end of the week. The House and Senate gave preliminary approval to the $19 billion spending plan yesterday with a final vote scheduled today. Full story...
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Jap Davis Field House put out to pasture?

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videoThe field house for the New Hanover High School football team was deemed imminently dangerous in December of 2007, but players and coaches have continued to use it until recently. Full story...
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Reward offered for arson information

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videoThe Columbus County fire marshal is offering a reward of up to a thousand dollars for information leading to an arrest in the arson case surrounding Senator Soles and Allen Strickland. Full story...
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Time Warner not carrying MASN, blacking out Yankees games on YES

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videoTime Warner Cable reached an agreement with one popular sports network, but continues to struggle with another. As a result, baseball fans in Wilmington are worried that means they won't see their teams as the playoffs approach. Full story...
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Is Hotel Indigo the right fit for convention center?

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videoThere is a wrinkle in the plan surrounding a hotel that will be built in conjunction with the new Wilmington Convention Center. Hotel Indigo was supposed to be Wilmington’s first boutique hotel, but the city wants to make sure they are the right fit. Full story...
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Is Facebook becoming inappropriate?

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videoThe one billion pieces of content shared on Facebook every week help keep the 250 million members hooked. But included in that content are provocative pictures, inappropriate personality quizzes, and virtual alcoholic ... Full story...
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