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CENSUS 2010: South leads US in fastest growth

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The South had the fastest growth since 2000, at 14.3 percent. The West was close behind at 13.8 percent. Full story...
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CENSUS 2010: North Carolina will not get another US House seat

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North Carolina's population growth over the last decade wasn't enough for the state to get another seat in Congress. Full story...
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Something you don't hear often; SAS is hiring

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Cary-based SAS Institute is doing so well finding fraud for state and local governments it's hiring more analysts. Full story...
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Brunswick County Commissioners disagree on code of ethics

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video Ethics is hopefully the heart of public service. The state now requires counties to implement a code of ethics and Brunswick County voted on their code Monday night. Full story...
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Boseman adoption ruled invalid

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North Carolina's highest court has ruled an adoption method used by a same-sex couple where one partner already is the biological parent is invalid. The state Supreme Court ruled 5-2 on Monday in the case involving outgoing state Sen. Julia Boseman, ex-domestic partner Melissa Jarrell and Jarrell's son. Full story...
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Friends remember TV, music legend Clay Cole

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video While everyone knows Dick Clark and his "American Bandstand" Philadelphia roots, Clay Cole was just as popular in New York. His show was the first to host the Rolling Stones on US TV. Cole had been living out his retirement in Brunswick County, where he passed away this weekend. Full story...
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Rare solstice eclipse darkens moon

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video Just days before Christmas we all received a very special treat this morning. For the first time in nearly 400 years, a lunar eclipse occurred during winter solstice at 2:41 a.m. Full story...
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Hennis seeking new court-martial

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Timothy Hennis could return to a Fort Bragg courtroom next month. Lawyers for the 52-year-old Hennis, who was convicted of three murders earlier this year, have asked a military judge to grant a new court-martial. Full story...
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UNCW fails to win third consecutive game - Seahawks fall in overtime

UNCW trailed most of the game on Monday night against Illinois State, but the Seahawks forced overtime against Illinois State. In overtime Chad Tomko missed a desperation three pointer at the buzzer that would have won the game. As a result the Redbirds snap UNCW's two game winning streak, downing the Seahawks 62-60 in Trask Coliseum. Full story...

Local shop owner watches as his business goes up in flames

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A business in Brunswick County went up in flames Monday afternoon. J-2 Cabinetry is a family-owned cabinet shop off of Pisgah Road in Supply and it caught fire around 3 p.m. Full story...
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