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Housing market could pick up in 2008

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Locally, 2008 could be the year the housing market picks up. Everybody has been talking about the housing market. Economists think it will bottom out later in the year and then pick up. Full story...
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Bush considers economic stimulus

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President Bush huddled with his top economic advisors today as new figures suggested a slowing US economy. Mr. Bush says he hopes to work with congress on a stimulus plan. Full story...
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Wright pleads not guilty to wrongly obtaining, using $350,000

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State Representative Thomas Wright has pleaded not guilty to six felony charges that accuse him of illegally obtaining or misusing more than $350,000. Full story...
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Obama and Huckabee win in Iowa, now it's on to New Hampshire

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Several of the presidential contenders, including Iowa caucus winners Barack Obama and Mike Huckabee, will campaign today in New Hampshire, where voters go to the polls next Tuesday. See the results here | Full story...
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Volunteer firefighter charged with arson

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A volunteer firefighter and son of a former fire chief is accused of setting fire to his great aunt's home. Full story...
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WPD looking for Hampstead teen

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Wilmington Police are asking for your help in trying to find Ashley Marie Ryan. Full story...
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NC gas tax reaches maximum level

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North Carolina's gas tax has moved to the highest level allowed under state law. Full story...
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Wright gets brief reprieve

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State Rep. Thomas Wright has a brief reprieve. The House ethics panel was supposed to meet Thursday morning about the Wilmington Democrat. Full story...
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Body found in Lake Waccamaw, crews search for third teen

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Search crews in Lake Waccamaw are still trying to find the body of a second teen who fell into the 47-degree water two days ago. Full story...
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Homeless in the cold

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What do you do when you have no where to go when the temperature drops? Greater Wilmington's homeless population floods shelters like the Good Shepherd Center to keep warm. Full story...
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CFCC celebrates 50 years

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Cape Fear Community College is celebrating a milestone -- its 50th anniversary. When the school opened in 1958 there were 750 students enrolled. Today there are 7,500 students enrolled, which is the most the school has ever seen. Full story...
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Bikers get used to new helmet law

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The number of annual motorcycle deaths has doubled over the past decade; a new state helmet law is aimed at changing that. Full story...
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911 hang-ups jam emergency dispatchers

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911 dispatchers are supposed to get help to people in need, but dispatchers in our area say their call centers are getting jammed with hang-ups. Full story...
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Statewide burn ban lifted

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Officials lift state-wide burn ban despite red-flag warning. Full story...
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Local volunteer opportunities

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If your New Year's resolution is to get more involved in the community, here's some volunteer options you may want to consider. Full story...
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