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Follow the inauguration on internet

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videoMany of us will be watching Obama's inauguration the old-fashioned way, on television, but for those of you working tomorrow, the internet may be an easier way to follow all the action. Full story...
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Martin Luther King Jr. parade a big hit

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videoThe streets were packed Monday, and people of all ages were out showing their support in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Full story...
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Some people stocking up on supplies in anticipation of snow

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Sketchy weather is on the way and grocery stores are ready for people who may want to stock up. Full story...
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Follow-up on Brunswick County boy hit by bus

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Last Friday a four-year-old Brunswick County boy was hit by a school bus. After spending the weekend in the hospital, Griffin Riso is home and recovering. Full story...
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Slumping housing market causes local business to close

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The National Gypsum dry-wall plant off Carolina Beach Road just shut down. Sixty-three people worked at the plant. Full story...
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UNCW students take part in national MLK Day Challenge

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The 35 students are cleaning and painting Girls Inc., a non-profit organization that empowers at-risk youth in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Officials warn mobile home residents to fire proof their units

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videoA fire raged through a mobile home in Pender County yesterday, killing a family of four. And all too sadly, this isn't the first time children in our area have died in a mobile home blaze. Full story...
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Bomb squads remove device from NC courthouse steps

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Authorities in Wilmington say the downtown area is safe after bomb squads removed a device from the steps of the county courthouse. Full story...
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Wilmington bus company taking dozens to historic event

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videoMillions of people are expected to attend the inauguration. A Wilmington bus company is driving dozens of people from our area to watch it all unfold. Full story...
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Local Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations

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If you would like to take part in any Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations, here is some of what is going on around town. Full story...
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Prosecutors will seek death penalty for Atwater

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Federal prosecutors will seek the death penalty against a man charged with killing UNC Chapel Hill student body president Eve Carson. Full story...
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Two local mayors are traveling to the nation's capital

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videoSome say Dr. King paved the way for tomorrow's historic event when Barack Obama becomes the nation's first black president. In attendance, two mayors from our area, who want to see it all unfold. Full story...
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Some New Hanover County kids are brushing up on their etiquette

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Etiquette; it may be difficult to master, but some New Hanover County kids are up to the challenge. Full story...
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One man's passion for the railroad takes his hobby to the next level

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videoThere is something enchanting about the railroad that draws people to make it a hobby with model trains. For one Brunswick County man, he's taken that hobby a step farther than most, making it a big part of his home. Full story...
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Going to the library is back in style

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Nationwide, 68 percent of the adult population has a library card; the highest number since the American Library Association started collecting data in 1990. Full story...
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