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Easley calls special session on removing Wright from office

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An attorney for Wilmington Rep. Thomas Wright is criticizing a special session of the House to consider removing the Democrat from office. Full story...
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Orr: State should consider suing federal government

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Former state Supreme Court justice Bob Orr says the federal government is obligated to help states with costs for illegal immigrants. Full story...
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Onslow County investigators broadening search for Cpl. Cesar Laurean

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Onslow County Investigators are now broadening their search for Corporal Cesar Laurean after spending the last two months focused on finding him in Mexico. Full story...
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New hearing for Ag-Mart

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The State Pesticide Board will hold a new hearing this summer on whether tomato grower Ag-Mart forced workers to stay in fields that had just been sprayed with chemicals. Full story...
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7 companies bid for convention center project

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The low bidder actually came in $3 million under the city's estimate. However, it's the same company that built New Hanover County's new jail, which ended up over-budget and took nearly a year and a half more than originally scheduled. Full story...
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Police find new photos of suspect in death of UNC student leader

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Police in Chapel Hill say they have found additional surveillance photos of the suspect in the slaying of University of North Carolina student body president Eve Carson. Full story...
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Pender County man gets life sentence

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Tuesday morning Lakane Murphy pleaded guilty to several charges, including first-degree murder and burglary. Full story...
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Funeral held for slain Wilmington man

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Wednesday of last week marked the fourth murder of the year in our area, and police are still looking for answers. Out of the four murder cases three are still unsolved. Full story...
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Vandals tag downtown with paint

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Officials say more than 20 businesses, cars and parking meters downtown were tagged with spray paint with racial and derogatory slang. Full story...
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Officials consider merging county, city fire departments

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videoA key issue at Monday afternoon's New Hanover County Board of Commissioners meeting is the possible merger of city and county fire departments. Full story...
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Owner of closed dance studio speaking out

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videoFriday we told you about a dance studio in Brunswick County that had closed its doors on short notice. Now the owner of the studio is speaking out. Full story...
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Heads shaved to benefit cancer research

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Cancer kills more children in the US than any other illness. So Saturday people across our area and the country will raise awareness and money for childhood cancer research by shaving their heads as part of St. Baldrick's Day. Full story...
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Three lawsuits against Brunswick County school board re-filed

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Three separate sets of parents filed suit last year against the board, claiming school leaders didn't do enough to protect their children from inappropriate relationships with school employees. Full story...
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High prices hurt gas station owners, too

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Early predictions say gas prices could reach somewhere in the $4 mark by summertime. And it's not just the drivers rising prices are hurting. Full story...
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Wave Transit dealing with $265,000 budget shortfall

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The rising cost of fuel has also put the brakes on some of Wave Transit's services. Full story...
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