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New Hanover County Library book sale

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If you are looking to grow your library without shrinking your budget, the New Hanover County Library is holding a used book sale this weekend. Full story...
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Congressman McIntyre votes 'no' on rescue plan

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Congressman Mike McIntyre was one of the critics that said the final bill contained too many unnecessary ‘pork projects’. He released a statement after voting no on the rescue plan, stating the bill was unsatisfactory in four ways:

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North Carolina's film incentives

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videoA major topic of conversation during last week's groundbreaking for Screen Gems new mega sound stage was North Carolina’s film incentives. These incentives have been a big factor in the rebirth of the production business in our area, and they may be in for an overhaul. Full story...
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Wilmington Hilton Riverside chefs up before sunrise

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videoOur Early Risers story today will go inside a Wilmington hotel to see what it is like to start cooking the eggs, long before the rooster crows. Full story...
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Ronald Hewett to be sentenced Monday

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Former Brunswick County Sheriff, Ronald Hewett, will be sentenced Monday in federal court on a felony charge of obstructing justice

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Boseman, Lee debated Thursday night

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videoThe vice presidential candidates were not the only political opponents debating last night. Candidates running for the 9th District State Senate seat, Democratic incumbent Julia Boseman and Republican challenger Michael Lee also squared off in Wilmington. Full story...
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Premature death and amount of sick leave linked

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Calling in sick now and then is normal. But according to a British study, employees who take sick time for long periods more than once in three years are at higher risk of death than their co-workers who don't take a lot of sick leave. Full story...
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NAACP embarks on pilgrimage to Raleigh

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videoMembers of the North Carolina National Association for the Advancement of Colored People are embarking on a pilgrimage to the State Capitol. A group left today from Wilmington. Full story...
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Cracking down on counterfeit goods

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videoState and local law enforcement agents are cracking down on counterfeit goods in our area. The Secretary of State spoke on the subject today in Wilmington. Full story...
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USS Squall and Captain Cathey arrive in Wilmington

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videoThe Navy warship USS Squall arrived in Wilmington Thursday. You will be able to tour it this weekend as a part of Riverfest. And if you are lucky, you will get the chance to meet its very unique captain. Full story...
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What's Happening: October 3rd - 5th

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videoIt is Riverfest weekend in Wilmington. More than 160 craft vendors, concession stands and entertainment acts will be in full effect on Water Street. Vendors set up Friday and the festival will kick off Saturday morning and runs until Sunday. Full story...
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Coach Brown discusses trip back to Wilmington

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videoThe NBA Charlotte Bobcats have been holding training camp in Wilmington all week. Our John Rendleman says Wilmington has roots for not only the head coach of the team, but his brother as well. Full story...
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Students learning how to help the environment

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videoDozens of students from Saint Mary's Catholic School toured Wilmington's historic Bellamy Mansion for a lesson in going green. Full story...
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Local moving company supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and moving company, Two Men and a Truck, is going pink. Full story...
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Governor candidate McCrory in car accident

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Republican candidate for governor Pat McCrory was involved in a minor car accident on his way to a campaign stop. Full story...
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