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NC lawmakers agree to drop gas tax

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North Carolina lawmakers are agreeing to a slow drop in the state gas tax. Full story...
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Wine, Women and Shoes to help kids

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Men dancing, wine ready, and shoes galore? It's a dream for these women! Full story...
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Britt's Donuts ready for sweet opening

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It's a day many locals look forward to most, and a place most tourists have to visit before they leave. Full story...
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Wearing heels to help victims of sexual violence

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A rally in Downtown Wilmington to support victims of sexual assault but it wasn't just about victims it was about giving everyone a voice.Dozens came out for the event called, “Heroes in Heels.” Full story...
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CIE director leaving UNCW

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video Jim Roberts, who has led the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at UNCW, has been "separated" from the university effective immediately, the university said. Full story...
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Teachers react to school district's internet attacks

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video The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office is investigating an internet interference in the school district that is shutting the network down. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Accused sex offender, wife indicted

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video A man accused of sex crimes with a child was indicted today. His wife, the child's former nanny, was also indicted on separate charges. Full story...
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Jury selection continues in toddler murder trial

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video Jury selection for a Brunswick County man accused of killing a toddler will continue from the current pool of potential jurors, despite his attorney trying to get the pool thrown out. Full story...

Dean Smith's trust sends $200 dinner checks to his UNC lettermen

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video Dean Smith is still giving to his North Carolina players - even after his death. Full story...
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Courthouse repairs continue for damaged room

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video A spokeswoman for Brunswick County says a courtroom damaged by a water leak two weeks ago remains closed and there is no word on when it will reopen. Full story...
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