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New law prohibits state name, stickers being hidden on license plates

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Beginning Tuesday, Dec. 1, a new law goes into effect that requires the state’s name across the bottom of the plate as well as the year and month stickers on a license plate to be fully visible. They can no longer be partially covered by a license frame. Full story...
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Be a smart shopper this holiday season

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video Shopping for gifts this holiday season is stressful enough. There are a few steps you can take to avoid common problems such as unsafe toys and gifts that can't be returned. Full story...
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Mom-and-pops hope to cash in on Small Business Saturday

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video First there was Black Friday, then came Cyber Monday. Starting this year, there's Small Business Saturday. Full story...
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Air travelers pleased with experience

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video At Wilmington International Airport, things have been going smoothly, but can the same be said for airports across the country? Full story...
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"National Geographic Travel" ranks Myrtle Beach as one of the worst places to visit ... in the world

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"The Grand Strand is overbuilt and just waiting for a big hurricane to wipe the slate clean." Full story...
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Street Turkeys program aims to help feed needy on Thanksgiving

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Many of us are preparing for a Thanksgiving feast tomorrow, but there are people in our community who can't afford it. A men's group from Wrightsville Beach United Methodist Church is doing something about it. Full story...
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Republicans to examine immunity law in Easley case

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Republicans plan to examine a North Carolina law that contributed to a plea agreement allowing former Gov. Mike Easley to emerge from a vast investigation into his life with just a $1,000 fine. Full story...
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State DHHS under federal investigation

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The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has received notice that the U.S. Department of Justice will investigate a complaint of alleged violations of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Full story...
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Deputy not charged after fender bender

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The holiday rush got off to a bad start for a New Hanover County Sheriff's deputy this morning. The deputy rear-ended another car with his cruiser at the intersection of South 17th Street and College Road around 9 a.m. UPDATED WITH NEWS RELEASE FROM WPD. Full story...
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Aggies beat Seahawks in overtime; The Aggies perspective

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N.C. A&T earned the victory even though UNCW's Ahmad Grant couldn't miss. Grant went 7-for-7 from 3-point range, and the Seahawks were 13-for-26 for the game. It was Chad Tomko's 3-pointer that tied the game at 69 with 42 seconds remaining in regulation. Full story...
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