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Burr gets "animal crush videos" banned

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video Animal crush videos, showing the crushing, burning, drowning, and suffocating of animals was officially deemed illegal today. President Obama signed the Animal Crush Video Prohibition Act of 2010 this morning. Full story...
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Company gobbles up Wilmington Dunkin' Donuts stores

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Donut eaters can look forward to upgrades to Wilmington’s Dunkin' Donuts stores soon - reports the Greater Wilmington Business Journal. Full story...
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Highway Patrol honors area troopers for service

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The Highway Patrol has honored three area troopers for their work on and off duty. Full story...
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WPD helps give HOPE to Hillcrest

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Folks from a Wilmington community are one step closer to taking their neighborhood back. Full story...
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Ben David, ADAs take oath; say goodbye to Jon David

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For the third time in six years, District Attorney Ben David has been sworn into office. He took an oath this afternoon before a packed courtroom to serve New Hanover and Pender Counties. Full story...
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Ex-NC senator admits illegal donations to Perdue, Easley, others

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A former North Carolina legislator is admitting he funneled money from his company to prominent Democrats for more than a decade. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Father sentenced in Medicare scheme; daughter next

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A federal judge has sentenced a Wilmington man who admitted trying to rip off Medicare and Medicaid. Full story...
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Secret Santas deliver for Toys for Tots

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The spirit of Christmas arrived in full force at our front door this morning. A Brunswick County couple, who asked only to be known as Secret Santas, dropped off loads of toys, including bikes, dolls and stuffed animals for our Toys for Tots drive. Full story...
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Perdue offering NC government reorganization plan

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Gov. Bev Perdue is ready to explain how she wants North Carolina state government reorganized in the second half of her four-year term. Full story...
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STATE PORT PILOT: Dosher asked to pay $1 million power bill

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video The City of Southport is seeking more than $1 million from Dosher Memorial Hospital for electricity used but not paid for since fiscal year 2004, due to an error in billing discovered from internal audits of the city’s utility accounts, the State Port Pilot reports. Full story...
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