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More salmonella outbreaks cause stores to pull peanut butter products

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More than 125 products have been recalled after a salmonella outbreak linked to peanuts. The recalled products were made with peanut paste or peanut butter made at a Peanut Corp. of America plant in Blakely, Georgia. Full story...
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Williston Middle School Orchestra returns from Washington with several awards

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Last week we brought you the story of the Williston Middle School Orchestra leaving for the inauguration festival and parade. Thursday they returned home. Full story...
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Northwest Mayor shares inauguration tales with Lincoln Elementary students

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Fifth graders at Lincoln Elementary weren't able to be at President Obama's inauguration, but they had a special visit from someone who did. Northwest Mayor James Knox shared his Washington DC experience with the students. Full story...
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Eagle Island to possibly get federal funds

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One of the last untouched islands in North Carolina may get some federal funds for preservation. Full story...
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Arrest made in attempted robbery of Carolina First Bank

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New Hanover County detectives have made an arrest in the attempted bank robbery of the Carolina First Bank last month. Full story...
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Whats Happening: January 23-25

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videoYou will want to make "tracks" to a show this weekend that caters to the young, or just young at heart; and there will be a tribute to one of our area's most beloved actors. Full story...
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NC group holding meeting on port's economic impact

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Activists against a proposed international container port will meet to discuss its economic impact on southeastern North Carolina. Full story...
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Learning a new trade after being laid off

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videoThe Georgia-Pacific plant in Whiteville is still up and running, but with fewer workers. One woman laid off from the plant, nearly two months ago, is now learning a new trade. Full story...
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Stop Titan meeting discusses dangers of mercury

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As discussions continue about a potential Titan Cement Plant in Castle Hayne, so do the questions and concerns. Full story...
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Former UNCW chancellor to lead study on offshore drilling

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A former UNCW chancellor and a scientist will lead a study on whether offshore drilling is feasible off the North Carolina coast. Full story...
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Farmers losing thousands as milk prices drop

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Farmers in Henderson County fear the worst as milk prices fall. They say a drastic drop in the price of milk could force them out of business. Full story...
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Taking care of your car after the snow

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videoThe snow came and now it's pretty much gone. So it's back to life as usual. But there is one thing you might want to do for your car. Full story...
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UNCW students return from their trip to Washington DC

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Almost fifty UNCW students and staff members traveled to Washington for President Obama's inauguration. Full story...
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Migraines and mentall illness may go hand in hand

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Doctors studied more than 600 people with migraines and found they were at higher risk for a variety of mental health disorders, including depression, panic attacks and phobias. Full story...
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Who is to blame when those passing by slip and fall?

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videoIt's enough to worry about driving on slippery roads when it is cold and icy, but the wintry concerns don’t stop at the edge of the road. Attorney Greg Jones said, "When we have snow and ice, it's not just the road we have to worry about, it's the sideways, steps, anything like that." Full story...
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