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Council to vote Tuesday night on financing of Yaupon Pier

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videoThe town of Oak Island is thousands of dollars away from owning the Yaupon Pier. Tuesday night, Oak Island's town council will vote on how to finance the $1.7 million project to reopen the Yaupon Pier. Full story...
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Attorney General asks for names of sex offenders on MySpace

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Remember those 90,000 sex offenders MySpace recently identified and removed from it's social networking site? More than 2,000 of them were registered in North Carolina. Full story...
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Construction helps animals cross the road

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New road construction near Oak Island is helping to prevent road kill. Critter crossings have been placed under road construction off of Highway 211. Full story...
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More delays possible with Wrightsville Beach bridge

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Construction on the Wrightsville Beach bridge could be extended once again. Now officials say the work could continue until March 29th. Full story...
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Swap and Shop time nears for prom night

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Wilmington Health Access for Teens is sponsoring its sixth annual Prom Dress Swap and Shop on Friday. Full story...
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Rabies case confirmed

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On Sunday, Animal Control captured what neighbors off Wrightsville Ave. believed to be a rabid raccoon. That raccoon tested positive for the disease on Tuesday. Full story...
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Investigations continue in Oak Island bridge death

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Progress on the Oak Island Bridge remains stalled. Investigators from the North Carolina Department of Labor are still looking into the construction accident in December. Full story...
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Study to track bacteria makes a colorful splash at Wrightsville Beach

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The water at Wrightsville Beach turned red and green Tuesday. Wrightsville Beach and UNCW performed a companion study to track bacteria found in the water. Full story...
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Toy box trouble

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videoA Wilmington man said he paid in advance for furniture from a local hardware store, and now he's worried he's being toyed with. Full story...
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Backlog on tax returns continue

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The rough economy is causing tax troubles for North Carolinians. The state is in the midst of a cash flow problem and it is causing a temporary backlog for people waiting on their tax return. Full story...
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Perdue focuses on education at State of the State

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videoIn her first State of the State address Monday night, Governor Bev Perdue said it is no longer business as usual in North Carolina.

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NC county leaders win case at US Supreme Court

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The US Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Pender County commissioners who sued the state of North Carolina over redistricting. Full story...
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Oak Island would like your thoughts on Yaupon Pier

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The Town of Oak Island wants to buy the pier for $1.7 million. So far, they have $800,000 in grants. The town received bids for financing the rest. Full story...
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Screening children for high cholesterol

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The high rate of childhood obesity in the US has prompted some pediatricians to start screening kids for high cholesterol. Full story...
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Burn gets out of control in Boiling Spring Lakes

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A prescribed burn in Brunswick County got out of control Monday afternoon. Although there are several nearby homes, none of them had to be evacuated. Full story...
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