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Archive - Feb 1, 2013

ONLY ON 3: Additional charge for Fair Bluff worker after wrecking town car

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video Fair Bluff town employee Billie Johnson is not finished with trouble that started when he flipped a town vehicle then allegedly ran away. Full story...
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KITCHEN SCOOP: Super Bowl chili

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video The biggest game of all is happening this weekend. And you don't want just the same old snacks while you kick back and watch. Full story...
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Crews respond to house fire in Brunswick County

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video Firefighters in Brunswick County responded to a house fire earlier tonight. Full story...
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Southport to honor heroes who saved man from sinking car

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video Three young men who saved a man from a sinking car in Southport last week will be honored for their good deed. Full story...
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Affordable home also safer, energy efficient

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videoConstruction workers are building a brighter, safer future for a family in Brunswick County. "It is definitely hard to process," Sonya Gardner said. "I am ecstatic. The walls are up in one day, and who would have figured that? But I am very happy." Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Woman recovers after I-40 crash

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videoA woman is still in the hospital after an accident that shut down I-40 yesterday. Full story...
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Avett Brothers to rock Azalea Festival again

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videoThe Azalea Festival is slowly unveiling details of this year's major events. At a news conference this morning organizers announced a repeat performance by a musical group that packed a festival concert just two years ago. Full story...
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NC Representative calls NAACP leader's efforts racist

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videoA newly-elected member of the state house is in the spotlight after claiming in an email that the diatribes of the NAACP's leader are "racist" and a product of a "race-opportunist." Full story...
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State folds in lawsuit over NC Possum Drop

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Barring a change in state law, the annual New Year's Eve Possum Drop in the mountains of North Carolina will have to carry on without a live animal. Full story...
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