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FIRST ON 3: Brunswick County eliminated from Caterpillar search last week; thousands of jobs to Georgia

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video Caterpillar will not call southeastern North Carolina its new home. Brunswick County Economic Development Commission Executive Director Jim Bradshaw says Brunswick County was eliminated from the selection for a proposed manufacturing plant back on February 7, but officials chose to keep that decision quiet until now. Full story...
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Single-engine plane crashes in Fayetteville, two injured

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Two people were injured when a small airplane flipped multiple times at Fayetteville Regional Airport. Full story...
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Crash Survivor's Family Speaks

The sister of the survivor from this week's deadly car crash speaks out.

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Explore With George: East Coast Shag Classic

George stops by the inaugural East Coast Shag Classic in Wrightsville Beach.

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The Rant: February 17, 2012

The second big employer passing on the Cape Fear in the last few months is a cause for frustration.

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NCDOT gets approval to toll Interstate 95

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North Carolina has secured the third and final slot in a pilot program allowing states to pursue tolling on existing interstates. The N.C. Department of Transportation applied for the Federal Highway Administration Interstate System Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Pilot Program as a way to fund necessary improvements to Interstate 95 throughout North Carolina. Full story...
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Rally against taxpayer-funded stadium Saturday

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As we first told you last week, a petition is circulating around Wilmington against using tax money to build a ballpark. Organizers say they are not against the stadium in general; just the taxpayers footing the bill. Full story...
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Saffo: City considering several locations for ballpark

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video You might say the City of Wilmington is still in the first inning of the effort to bring baseball to town. City leaders say there's still a lot to be done including where to build. Full story...
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