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Local reality show to air on internet

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There is a new reality competition coming to the Cape Fear region called the ‘Nation's Next Top Model Home’. In this web-based challenge, seven interior designers will have the chance to decorate the primary living areas of seven new model homes in the Compass Pointe Community in Leland. Full story...
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Wilmington radio host sued by former Raleigh mayor

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In an e-mail sent Tuesday night, Tom Fetzer said he is suing Big Talker FM host Curtis Wright and Sea-Comm Media because of an e-mail he said Wright sent Republican leaders last month. Full story...

Bald Head Island residents vote to help re-nourishment effort

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Bald Head Island residents seem to agree that beach re-nourishment is worth paying for. In a special election Tuesday, island residents voted to raise taxes to pay for an approximately $17 million re-nourishment effort. Full story...
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Wilmington's Municipal Golf Course ranked as one of the best

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Wilmington's Municipal Golf Course was rated the fiftieth best municipal golf course in the country. Muni, as it is commonly known, joins other notable courses like Torrey Pines and Bethpage Black. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Pender woman doesn't feel safe as a result of neighbor's dogs

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videoCharlotte Mahn is still recovering from a dog attack two weeks ago. While she was walking her dog around her Rocky Point neighborhood, she says a neighbor’s pit bull came after her. Full story...
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Gas tax is set to rise in North Carolina

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Gas taxes in the Tar Heel state are one step closer to climbing rather than dropping. Wednesday, the House Finance Committee voted to making the current gas tax limit of 29.9 cents per gallon the minimum. Full story...
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Marino on Money: June 3

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videoIf you are struggling financially, it might be tempting to borrow from, or cash in your 401(k). In tonight's Marino on Money, some points to ponder before cashing in. Full story...
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Republican Stiller to leave NC House

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A state representative is stepping down. Brunswick County Republican Bonner Stiller is leaving the North Carolina House effective June 15th. Full story...
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Carolina Beach restaurant representing NC in cook-off

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videoThe owners of a Carolina Beach seafood restaurant are heading north to Rhode Island. Michael's Seafood will represent North Carolina in an international chowder cook-off. Their seafood chowder that has made them popular around ... Full story...
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Suspected case of H1N1 hits Sunset Park Elementary

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There is another suspected case of the H1N1 virus in a New Hanover County school. A student at Sunset Park Elementary is believed to have contracted the virus more commonly known as Swine Flu. Full story...
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Two construction companies face fines and violations in Oak Island Bridge accident

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Two construction companies must pay more than $9,000 in fines for the death of a man during construction of the new Oak Island Bridge. Full story...
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Is television time hurting your child?

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If you want healthy kids, doctors warn limiting the amount of time they spend in front of the television, computer and video games. Full story...
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Safety awards handed out to more than 100 NC businesses

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Tuesday night, more than 100 businesses were awarded for being safe workplaces. North Carolina Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry attended the 34th Annual Safety Awards banquet. Full story...
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NRC plans to answer questions about Brunswick Nuclear Power Plant

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How safe is the Brunswick Nuclear Power Plant? That's a question the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission will answer Wednesday night. Full story...
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Bald Head residents vote on beach renourishment

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It will come down to a vote from the residents of Bald Head Island to say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to beach renourishment. The 17-million dollar project would replace sand on the south and west ends of the island. Full story...
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