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Foreclosures in Wilmington on the rise

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A new housing report out today indicates foreclosure rates in the Wilmington area are on the rise. These figures, coming from CoreLogic, show foreclosure rates in January 2012 at nearly three percent. Full story...
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Winston-Salem seeks sale of 2 sports venues

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Winston-Salem officials are determined to sell two city-owned sports arenas to universities in town. Full story...
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NC picking up pace returning tax refund checks

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North Carolina's tax collectors are doing a better job of cutting checks for people who are due refunds. Full story...
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Hurricane officials: No more tape for windows

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Officials with the National Hurricane Center have a message for residents living in hurricane-prone areas: Don't tape your windows. Full story...
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NASA launches suborbital rockets from Virginia

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After several delays, NASA has launched five rockets from Virginia that are part of a study of the upper level jet stream. Full story...
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No fireworks at Belville Commission meeting, just cake

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The Belville Board of Commissioners met Monday night, and things went smoothly. It was the first meeting since Belville Mayor Jack Batson filed charges against Commissioner Joe Breault. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Prank call costs Leland hotel thousands of dollars in damage, lost business

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video It's not your everyday prank. A string of phone calls across the nation where pranksters pretend to be working the front desk of a hotel and talk a guest into doing something drastic. It happened this weekend at a hotel in Leland. A guest set off the sprinkler system, triggering two hours of flooding. Full story...
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Group home fined, admissions suspended after girl's death on school bus

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video According to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Cape Fear Respite Home, where eight-year-old Jamiah Batts lived, was fined $10,000. It's a type-A penalty, and the most severe that can be given Full story...
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