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Archive - Feb 13, 2013

McCrory gets victory on diplomas, tech education

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The North Carolina General Assembly has given new Gov. Pat McCrory an early legislative victory that builds on his education campaign platform last year. Full story...
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NC man speaks of late wife in news conference

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The Wilson man convicted of a fatal shooting and claimed it was self-defense returned to his hometown to say goodbye to his late wife, a day after he'd gained his freedom from a Georgia jail. Full story...
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Building History: David Reid Murchison house

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video One beautiful home on 3rd Street in Wilmington has had its ups and downs. Literally. The current owners actually rebuilt the house to its original stature. Full story...
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Harris Teeter reportedly considers sale

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video Harris Teeter is working with J.P. Morgan Chase and Company to explore its options, according to the Wall Street Journal. The question for customers is what that means for their shopping options. Full story...
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Charlotte man arrested for Wilmington robbery

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videoWilmington Police have arrested a Charlotte man wanted in connection to a theft at a Wilmington storage facility. Sometime between January 12 and 13, during the night, someone entered the Secure Care Self Storage on market street, breaking into 33 units and stealing property from most of them. Full story...
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Two teens arrested for mobile home fire

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videoThe New Hanover County Sheriff's Office arrested two females for burning down a mobile home last week. On Friday, deputies responded to a structure fire on Fontana Road. After interviewing several people and speaking with neighbors, detectives arrested Summer Lentz and Kandice Long for burning an uninhabited house and breaking and entering. Full story...
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Duke, UNC fans bash car for good cause

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videoIf you live in the Tar Heel State, you have a choice to make tonight: Duke or Carolina. Fans from both sides are taking their Tobacco Road rivalry to the next level today. Full story...
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Bridge work to slow traffic on NC 133 to Oak Island

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videoDrivers can expect closures on the NC 133 bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway in Oak Island during the next two weeks. Full story...
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Closures planned for Surf City bridge

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videoThe NCDOT will temporarily close one of two lanes on the bridge into Surf City Sunday and Monday, from 9 p.m. until 5:30 a.m. each night, weather permitting. Full story...
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Ash Wednesday marks start of Lent

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videoAt Wilmington's St. Mary Catholic Church and countless others around the world worshippers received a cross of ashes on their forehead. Full story...
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New Hanover Co. resolves fire station bed bug problem

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videoA creepy crawly problem has been resolved at several New Hanover County fire stations. We reported last month fire stations were had been battling bed bugs for more than a year. Full story...
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Attorney General warns of 'sweetheart scams'

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videoLove is easier to find than ever, with online dating sites and social media. But the Attorney General's Office warns some cupids are aiming straight for your bank account. Full story...
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AMR, US Airways Said to Agree on Terms for Merger

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videoThe board of bankrupt American Airlines parent AMR Corp. is meeting now to vote on a merger with US Airways Group Inc. after the two sides reached a tentative agreement that would create the world’s largest carrier, people familiar with the matter said. Full story...
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Obama pushes for higher minimum wage on plant tour

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videoPresident Barack Obama is pushing for a higher minimum wage because he says Americans who work full time should not be in poverty. Full story...
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Richardson asks lawmakers to help renovate stadium

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videoCarolina Panthers' owner Jerry Richardson is asking state lawmakers to help finance a stadium upgrade. Richardson told lawmakers in Raleigh on Wednesday that he would like $62 million in state aid along with state approval for $144 million in higher local taxes. Full story...
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