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State: Smoke-free law working one year in

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At its one-year anniversary, North Carolina’s smoke-free restaurants and bars law has successfully reduced worker and patron exposure to secondhand smoke. Full story...
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Toys for Tots spreads cheer to thousands of children

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There was plenty of holiday cheer shared in this year's Toys for Tots donations. Organizers in New Hanover County says they received 17,245 toys, 1,054 books and 102 bicycles for needy kids. Full story...
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Enchanted Airlie sets attendance record

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Despite some rainy weekends the last month, the holidays have been record-setting for Airlie Gardens. The New Hanover County-owned gardens set an attendance record for its annual Enchanted Airlie holiday light show. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: McCrory considers running for governor one more time

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video Pat McCrory lost to the governor's race to Bev Perdue in 2008, but the political tide has turned. Republicans are riding high in North Carolina. McCrory talked exclusively with WWAY Tuesday, but has yet to confirm whether he'll run for governor one more time. Full story...
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ADA Holden, three others not invited back to work in January

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It's out with the old and in with the new for Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus Counties as Jon David takes over as District Attorney. He replaces long-time DA Rex Gore in January. Full story...
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WPD hosts annual Santa Cop event

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The children selected for Santa Cop were referred by area schools. Many of them suffered a family tragedy in the past year. Full story...
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Boy spends days in cold to help animals in shelter

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video Twelve-year-old Ari Garsh is spending his Christmas break collecting supplies for animals in the Pender County Animal Shelter. Full story...
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Why buy artificial turf for Legion Stadium now?

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video A million-dollar makeover. Legion Stadium is about to kiss its grass goodbye, and taxpayers will pick up the tab for artificial turf. With the economy still in trouble, why now? Full story...
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Christmas tree recycling starts Sunday

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New Hanover County will begin collecting your gently used Christmas Trees on Sunday. Residents are encouraged to recycle their once-live trees into mulch to help keep parks and school grounds green. Full story...
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USC archaeologists locate wreck of Confederate gunboat

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A University of South Carolina archaeologist has found the wreck of C.S.S. Peedee, a Confederate gunboat that was destroyed by Confederate forces so it would not be captured by Union forces, in the Pee Dee River. Full story...
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