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Lawmakers consider cap on coastal jetties if new bill passes

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House members want to limit the number of coastal jetties that could be built if legislation passes allowing coastal communities to build hardened structures. Full story...
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Wilmington woman accused of running over boyfriend

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A Wilmington woman is accused of driving over her boyfriend after he threatened to break up with her. Wilmington Police say 26-year-old Jennifer Mendez ran over 30-year-old Tony McMillan after an argument. It happened in the Jervay Community on Sugar Ray Leonard Drive around 7:30 Thursday morning. Full story...
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Puzzle Center pieces together childcare

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Families with small children and childcare workers have a new resource to help piece together the best aspects of childcare. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Judge rules Constantineau unfit to drive anything

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Richard Constantineau is charged with felony death by vehicle, DWI and driving left of center in the death of Stephanie Heath. Last month a trooper stopped Constantineau in Pender County after he ran his moped into a ditch. Full story...
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CFPUA: Revenue Needs and Rate Changes

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Last year when addressing revenue for Fiscal Year 2012, it was estimated that CFPUA would need to generate an additional 15+% to cover debt payments on bonds issued in 2008 and due in 2012. Through some project cost-saving measures, that revenue need was reduced to 13.1% and approved by the CFPUA Board yesterday during their regularly scheduled meeting. Full story...
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Students take part in mock Congressional hearing

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Eighth graders at Leland middle school took part in a mock congressional hearing. The event is part of a lesson that taught the kids how to write a speech and effectively present views on an issue. Full story...
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Town hall meeting focuses on nuclear power issues

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videoThe topics of nuclear energy and radiation are still making waves around the world more than a month after Japan's earthquake and tsunami. Concerned citizens attended a nuclear town hall today to learn more about the threat of a similar situation close to home. Full story...
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Exceptional students enjoy dance party

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Children with special needs danced their hearts out at the 10th Annual UNCW Student Council for Exceptional Students Spring Dance today. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Strip club fire ruled arson

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WFD crews responded this morning at 5:10 am to a structure fire at 6768 Market Street, Private Dancer. Investigators have determined that the fire was intentionally set and is now a criminal investigation Full story...
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NC Senate wants new look at charter school revamp

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Disagreement among Republicans about how far to go to get bipartisan support means North Carolina lawmakers are taking a new look at legislation that would expand charter schools. Full story...
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