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One Million Carolinians to Travel Over Holiday

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Whether you're leaving or staying in town for the Fourth of July, one thing you can't avoid is the traffic. AAA expects more than one million Carolinians to travel over the holiday. With gas prices on everyone's mind, here are some tips to remember. Full story...
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Brunswick Nuclear Power Plant workers want union

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Employees at the Brunswick Nuclear Power Plant want to unionize, and Progress Energy is fighting back. Full story...
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Port could get biodiesel plant

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North Carolina is making headway toward more biofuel production. The Port of Wilmington could soon be home to a new biodiesel plant. The new plant would put out 30 million gallons of biodiesel every year. Full story...
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Cape Fear Community College suspends new president search

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Cape Fear Community College trustees have halted their hunt for a new president. The college says timing and competition were key factors in the decision. Full story...
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Cape Fear Skyway Bridge to cost $1 billion

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The Cape Fear Skyway Bridge will cost close to $1 billion if construction is ever approved. To get a "go" on the plan the North Carolina Board of Transportation is meeting right now to find a way to pay for the bridge. Full story...
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Surf City Post Office to shut down

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videoNot rain nor sleet nor hail nor dark of night, so the saying goes, will deter the delivery of the mail. But in Surf City, could there be a problem at the post office? Full story...
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Man found guilty of raping elderly woman

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The verdict has come down in the McAlliaster rape trial. The jurors took about three hours to find Antonio McAllister guilty on all four charges, including first-degree rape, for a crime that happened two years ago. McAllister still proclaims his innocence and tells his attorney he has never been inside of the victim's house. Full story...
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Rising milk prices affecting businesses

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Milk prices are going up and it's costing more than ever for dairy products. Prices are not only affecting consumers, they're also affecting businesses that have to feed hundreds of people to make a profit. Full story...
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Injuries common at new skate park

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Sprains, fractures, contusions and abrasions are all common injuries for skateboarders. NewsChannel 3's Theo Wong went to a local skate park to see if kids are taking the right steps to stay safe. Full story...
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Parents speak out about marriage between local teen, coach

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We know more about how the relationship evolved, but could the school system or should the school system have done more to stop it? Full story...
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Woman moving after third break-in

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videoA local woman is fed up after her Castle Hayne home was broken into Monday night. This is the third time in a year her property has been violated. Crime has become very personal for her. Full story...
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Healthy Dining Program

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videoSixty percent of New Hanover County's population is obese and overweight, according to the North Carolina Center for Health Statistics. Now our state is taking steps to change that problem. Full story...
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Firefighters get help with salary, training

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videoThere's been some controversy surrounding the Wilmington fire department over the last few weeks. Firefighters asked the city council for higher wages and more help, but did they come through? The City says they did grant these requests, giving Wilmington firefighters a salary boost and much-needed trainers to help them do what they do best. Full story...
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Vintage aircraft on display at Brunswick County airport

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videoNewsChannel 3 got a bird's-eye view of the Oak Island area today through a rather unique prism. We took a flight to give you an in-depth look at the vintage aircraft on display at the Brunswick County airport. Full story...
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Closing arguments heard in rape case

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Closing arguments were heard today in Antonio McAllister's trial. McAllister is accused of raping and beating a 78-year-old Pender County woman. It's now up to the jury as to whether McAllister walks away a free man, or whether he's sent to prison. Full story...
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