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Saving historic buildings in the Cape Fear region

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videoFrom the north end of the central business district in downtown Wilmington to former Topsail High School in Hampstead, the list of the 2009 Most Threatened Historic Places is full of historic building all around us. Full story...
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Jobs Now Portal part of Perdue's plan to help employment

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Governor Perdue launched a website last week called the Jobs Now Portal. The site a resource for both job seekers and businesses looking to expand or relocate in North Carolina. Full story...
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New station for Brunswick County Sheriff's Department opens in Calabash

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Residents in southern Brunswick County can feel a little safer tonight. The Brunswick County Sheriff's Department held the grand opening for a new substation in Calabash. Full story...
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Studying the effects of menopause relative to memory

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Does menopause lead to memory loss? Researchers studied the verbal memory, working memory, and brain processing speed of over 2000 women at four different points before and during their transition to menopause. Full story...
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Marino on Money: May 26

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videoStaying within your means is crucial in today’s economy. In Tuesday's Marino on Money, Ross has some useful tips on responsible spending. Full story...
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Blood drives help boost supply

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The American Red Cross says holidays like Memorial Day are an especially important time to donate blood. More people are traveling so there are likely to be more accidents, and on Tuesday, the Red Cross held a blood drive at New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Full story...
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Burr vulnerable, but leads possible challengers

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A new poll shows incumbent Richard Burr leads potential Democratic challengers in the race for US Senate next year. But pollsters also say he is in about the same position Elizabeth Dole was before she lost to Kay Hagan.

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Respect paid to veterans on Battleship North Carolina

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videoIn honor of Memorial Day, folks around the country spent time honoring the men and women who lost their lives serving our country. One ceremony in particular was held at a very poignant location Monday night, the Battleship North Carolina. Full story...
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NHC Sheriff's spend Memorial Day helping with child protection

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Members of the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office spent National Missing Persons Day handing out free child ID kits and safety information Full story...
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Woman arrested for alleged indecent liberties with minor

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Wilmington Police charged a 27-year-old woman with taking indecent liberties with a minor. Police say they caught Jessica Bailey Wishnask of Oak City in the act around 4:00 a.m. Full story...
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Suspect arrested in Southport murder

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Southport Police Chief Jerry Dove said they have someone in jail, but he isn't releasing any further information. The murder happened on West 11th Street. Full story...
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Miss USA returns to Port City

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Newly crowned Miss USA Kristen Dalton is returning home to the Port City. Dalton will appear at a variety of events around town during her stay. Full story...
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Accident at corner of Market and 21st has many concerned

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Wilmington police responded to a three-car collision at the corner of 21st and Market Street Monday. Bystanders say this stretch of Market Street is dangerous because the street is too narrow. Full story...
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Southport locals think something's fishy about Easley and marina

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A federal investigation into alleged misdeeds by former governor Mike Easley are stirring hard feelings again in Southport. In 2006, Easley pushed to lease the state-owned Southport Marina to a Cary-based developer. It raised a lot of questions about his personal connections to people involved in the deal, questions that are now resurfacing. Full story...
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Tribute held at Wilmington National Cemetery

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videoPatriotism rang loud and clear at Wilmington National Cemetery this Memorial Day. From every angle, every flag, flower, and shirt beamed red, white, and blue. Full story...
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