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College costs nearly double rate of inflation

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A new survey has news that will come as no surprise to parents paying for higher education. It shows college costs this year are nearly double the rate of inflation. Full story...
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Boxing academy to get new home

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A boxing academy geared toward helping troubled young people here in the Port City will soon be getting a new home. Full story...
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Easley says cut water use by half to see if N.C. can cope

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Gov. Mike Easley wants North Carolina residents to cut their water use by 50 percent between now and Halloween to see how they can cope with critically low water levels. Full story...
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Fans disappointed by Lil Wayne no-show

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videoNew Hanover High School's Brogden Hall was supposed to be filled with the sounds of rap artist Lil Wayne performing Sunday night. Instead, it was filled with the cries of angry fans. Fans waited for Lil Wayne to take the stage, but the performer was a no-show, leaving fans demanding answers. Full story...
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Oyster Festival a hit in Ocean Isle Beach

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It's oyster mania in Ocean Isle Beach this weekend. Some highlights included an array of vendors, a surf contest and the famous shucking contest. Full story...
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USS Norris Crew Member Reunion

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The 15th annual reunion of crew members from the USS Norris allowed sailors to celebrate the past together. More than fifty veteran sailors and even more family members traveled from all over to share sea stories. Full story...
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Wounded Warriors bike through Brunswick

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As a group of wounded young soldiers biked into Southport this morning, World War II Veteran Hank Zimmerman could barely keep his composure. Full story...
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New Hanover, Brunswick Counties have highest state DWI rate

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Here's a sobering notion: Brunswick and New Hanover Counties have the highest number of DWI arrests in the entire state. The Highway Patrol says something needs to be done to stop the drunken driving, and one UNCW student may have the solution. Full story...
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Law enforcement: Lil Wayne concert not a threat

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Local law enforcement officials say a controversial concert scheduled at New Hanover High School this weekend is not a threat to public safety -- but some parents aren't convinced. Full story...
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Leland residents tired of dirt pile

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Residents in a Leland housing development say they're tired of looking at a big pile of dirt in their neighborhood. They say it's because the developers aren't following through with the original plan for the land. Full story...
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Brunswick County residents use early voting

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Brunswick County residents who won't be home for the November 6 election are taking advantage of early voting. About 150 people have already cast their ballots. Full story...
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2007 Black Expo highlights African-American businesses

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African-American businesses in the community will be highlighted Saturday in Wilmington. The 11th annual Black Expo will be held at Cape Fear Community College. Full story...
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Festival-goers enjoying Oktoberfest

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Many festival-goers came out to the sixth annual Oktoberfest celebration for very specific reasons. Full story...
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Rapper Lil Wayne to perform at New Hanover High School

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videoDespite concern among New Hanover County School Board members, rapper Lil Wayne will perform at New Hanover High School on Sunday. Full story...
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UNCW business school makes Princeton Review's 'best' list

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UNCW's Cameron School of Business has made the Princeton Review's "best" list for the first time. Full story...
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