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NC court considers dropping Easley e-mail lawsuit

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A North Carolina judge is due to rule on whether to continue a lawsuit protesting former Gov. Mike Easley's policy of destroying e-mail correspondence. Full story...
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International Seamen Center helps crew members feel at home

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videoWilmington's state port means big business for our area. To get all that cargo here takes crews from around the world; men who spend long stretches away from their family. But for four decades, one group has tried to make the crew members feel at home in port Full story...
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Healthcare march hopes to raise public awareness

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As the healthcare reform debate continues across the country, nearly one-hundred people gathered in Wilmington Saturday to raise public awareness. Kay Zwan said every American should be able to get access to healthcare. Full story...
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Kure Beach plans to spend money on Ocean Front Park

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The Town of Kure Beach recently got a $500,000 to improve a park. The money comes from the state's Natural Heritage Trust Fund. It will go toward the town's Ocean Front Park. Full story...
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Baltimore team wins Battle of Weekend Warriors

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videoOver the years, the Battle of the Weekend Warriors Basketball Tournament in Wilmington has featured a handful of NBA pros. Chucky Brown, Raymond Felton and Chris Wilcox to name a few. The tournament didn't sport any NBA names over the weekend, but it did showcase a number of collegiate players. Full story...
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Life Community Church has first service in new home

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Religion and retail living together as one - that is what's happening at the Independence Mall. Life Community Church opened its doors next to Sears Sunday morning for the church's first service in its new home.

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High school football is here

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Football fans get excited. Saturday marked the official start of high school football practice around the state. Full story...
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Area driver license office to close for update

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Driver license offices around Southeastern North Carolina will each close for half a day this week as the DMV moves to a central issuance system for licenses and IDs. That means you'll get a temporary... Full story...
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Pirates and land lovers alike try to preserve Old Baldy

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videoBald Head Island is a secluded vacation paradise. Normally it's peaceful, but Friday the island was full of pirate wannabees. It's all for a worthy project, the preservation of the state's oldest standing lighthouse. Full story...
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Tabor City arson investigation heats up

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videoA story we've been following out of Columbus County continues to unfold. On Wednesday, 17-year-old Allen Strickland's Tabor City home went up in flames while he was sleeping inside.

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Construction set for Village Road

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Governor Bev Perdue announced $29 million in Federal recovery funding for road projects across the state. One mile of Village Road in Brunswick County will be graded and paved beginning as early as August 31st, with the completion date set for June of 2011. Full story...
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From homeless, to head of the class

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videoThe pressures of college could make anyone think twice. For one student at Cape Fear Community College, pressure of everyday life added on top makes graduation day mean so much more. Full story...
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Film incentives, HBO shows futures uncertain

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The local film community continues to watch and wait on Raleigh as the film incentive bill sits in the house.

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Cash for Clunkers running out of gas

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videoThe government's cash for clunkers program has done exactly what it was designed to do: sell new cars and get gas guzzlers off the road. The program has been so successful that, like many of the clunkers traded in, the program is now broke. Full story...
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A day at the beach an economic trend

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videoFamily budgets aren't going as far as they used to, and neither are families when it comes to taking vacations. Full story...
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