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Archive - Jul 25, 2013

NC lawmakers approve GOP-backed election changes

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A Republican-backed measure making sweeping changes to how and when North Carolinians can vote is headed to the desk of Gov. Pat McCrory. Full story...
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Replacing N. 3rd St. Bridge could impact Azalea Festival Parade

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video The North Third Street Bridge in downtown Wilmington is in desperate need of repairs. The bridge was built in 1920 and will take a year to replace, but replacing the bridge would have a major impact on of the biggest events in the Port City. Full story...
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GOP-backed election changes head to NC House

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The Republican-backed measure making sweeping changes to how, when and where North Carolinians can vote is headed to the state House, where it is expected to pass. Full story...
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Parents testify in trial on Pitt County schools

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The parents of current or former Pitt County Schools students say their children succeeded in school despite what they said was racial discrimination by teachers and administrators. Full story...
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Police investigate shots fired at Wilmington barber shop

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video Several police officers are at Redd's Barber Shop in Wilmington. Witnesses say the officers are taking things, like beer cans, out of the building. Full story...
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NC lawmakers allow new abortion regulations

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Republican lawmakers are approving new North Carolina abortion rules that supporters say would make the procedure safer for women. Full story...
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Abandoned Southport home burns to ground

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video In Southport, a fire at a building backed up traffic for a half a mile on Long Beach Road Thursday night. Full story...
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Wilmington family excited about movie building Ferris wheel in their backyard

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videoThe Cape Fear is no stranger to the Hollywood lights from big blockbusters to small independent films constantly setting up shop around town. But building a 50-foot Ferris wheel in someone's backyard? That's probably a first. Full story...
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