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NC to start enforcing vehicle inspection rules

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The North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles will start enforcing new rules on inspections next week. Full story...
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Three suspects arrested in cold case, detectives looking for one more

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A New Hanover County cold case is almost solved, but detectives may need your help. Three men accused of shooting and killing 22-year-old Geoffrey Graham appeared in court Friday. Graham was shot in the head in October of 2007 at his Ogden home. Full story...
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Coast Guard Cutter Diligence leaves Port City Friday

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After a little more than seven weeks at home, the Coast Guard Cutter Diligence is leaving port Friday. They will conduct homeland security operations, search and rescue, and will also work to keep immigrants and narcotics from coming into the country. Full story...
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As minimum wage goes up, will hours go down?

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videoFriday, millions of workers around the country will get a raise. But that could actually be bad news for some employees. Full story...
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Fight continues against beach erosion, coastal towns hope for terminal groins

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videoIt is illegal to build in the state of North Carolina, but some coastal leaders say it may be the one thing that could slow down beach erosion. Holden Beach leaders say they need to build a terminal groin, and it is up to the state legislature to make that happen. Full story...
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CFCC Marine Technology program's status

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videoAll this week, we've been exploring the Marine Technology program at Cape Fear Community College. State budget cuts could sink their unique offshore training program. Thursday, Hailey Winslow wraps up our series with the program's current status, and what's at stake. Full story...
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Annexation bill passes House, might meet resistance in Senate

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The way North Carolina cities and towns go about annexing land could be changing. A bill is making its way through the legislature, offering some big changes to the state's annexation laws. Full story...
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Columbus County woman inspires next generation

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videoAt age 93, Sarah Sledge will tell you she doesn't have a secret to longevity. But it's clear that the children who attend her Columbus County camp keep her young. Full story...
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One woman's trip to Holden Beach was anything but a vacation

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videoA beach vacation is supposed to be a quiet escape from reality. For Julia Mittelberg, her visit to Holden Beach was anything but. The Illinois woman did not expect this. Full story...
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Marino on Money: July 23

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videoIf you are in the market to adopt children, you know how financially straining it can be to sort through the legalities of providing a good home for a child that needs it. Thursday night, financial planner Ross Marino has more advice on how to make the whole process more cost effective. Full story...
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Local company makes big donation to Packages from Home

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Our Packages from Home initiative got a big boost Thursday. Employees at Victaulic in Leland collected boxes full of items to send to the military men and women overseas. Thursday they brought their donations to the WWAY lobby. Full story...
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Whats Happening: July 24-26

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videoFor once, you can tell your kids to go play in the mud - and a festival this weekend is expected to draw blues fans from across the region. Full story...
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Pender County residents say no to public boat ramp

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Pender County has $3.8 million in grant money from the state for a public boat ramp. Most everyone agrees the area needs one. It is just a matter of where. Residents at one spot are determined not to have a public boat ramp in their neighborhood. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Drowning in more water bill problems

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videoJulie Little called our newsroom recently, upset about her bill from the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority. The agency has fixed the computer glitch that caused billing problems all over New Hanover County, but a new problem has cropped up.

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Winnabow volunteer firefighters presented much needed equipment

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There was a much needed boost for the Winnabow Volunteer Fire Department Wednesday. Firefighters were presented with $9,000 in equipment from Firehouse Subs, which included a defibrillator and forcible entry tools, like axes. Full story...
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