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Brunswick County Sheriffs are looking for a Wilmington man

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The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office needs your help locating a wanted man. Full story...
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Oak Island moves closer to buying Yaupon Pier

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The Oak Island Town Council has taken another step towards the purchase of the Yaupon Peir. By a vote of three to two last night, the council accepted a $300,000 state grant to help with the $1.5 million purchase of the pier. Full story...
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Wilmington Police looking for man trying to cash stolen checks

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Wilmington Police are trying to identify the man shown in this picture. He was trying to cash stolen checks at a bank drive-through window. Full story...
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Leland to start curbside recycling program

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With the New Year will come a new way to help the environment in Leland. The town will start a curbside recycling program in early 2009, similar to Wilmington's. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Roadside mattress set advertisement

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videoIn this Troubleshooters Report, a Wilmington woman said she was the victim of a bait-and-switch operation. Full story...
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Trees for Troops program making Christmas merry for Marines

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videoHundreds of Marines and their families were shown appreciation today, in the form of a Christmas tree. Full story...
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A new bicycle makes for a perfect holiday gift

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videoEach Wal-Mart store is expected to assemble thousands of bikes for the holiday. In fact, they have workers whose only responsibility is to put bikes together all year. Full story...
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Smithfield union vote begins Wednesday

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videoWorkers at the largest employer in Bladen County are facing a tough decision. It all comes down to a vote to determine if the employees at the Smithfield Food's pork producing plant in Tar Heel will unionize or not. Full story...
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Partial settlement reached in lawsuits from furniture store fire

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A partial settlement has been reached in lawsuits stemming from last year's furniture store fire that killed nine Charleston, South Carolina firefighters. Full story...
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Haynes selected to Wilmington City Council

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Council members selected Jason Thompson's replacement Tuesday night. For years, Margaret Haynes has been known as New Hanover County's Board of Elections chair. Full story...
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WHA reveals mold problem in Eastbrook

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videoThe Wilmington Housing Authority provides subsidized housing for more than 1,000 residents, but a former inspector says one apartment complex should have been shutdown months before residents were asked to move out. Full story...
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Time Magazine calls Fayetteville America's Most Pro-Military Town

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The article describes the city's "army's army" of 900 civilian volunteers, who help military families with everything from flat tires to job placement. Full story...
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Monkey Junction vote delayed

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Tuesday night's Wilmington City Council agenda is one item shorter than originally expected. The vote that would be the first step in annexing Monkey Junction has been postponed. Full story...
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North Carolina scores a perfect 10 in Ready or Not report

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A new report shows our state is ready if a disaster were to take place. Each state is given a ranking; North Carolina is one of just five states to score a perfect ten. Full story...
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Local artist speaks at Murray Middle School

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Harry Davis, a Wilmington native, spoke to the students about his journey to becoming an artist. Full story...
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