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Archive - Jan 10, 2014

EXPLORE WITH GEORGE: B'Nai Israel Temple renewal

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videoThe B'Nai Israel Congregation in Wilmington recently renovated their entire problem. They have new flooring, seating, and easier access for the handicapped. They celebrated the renewal with stories and music. Our George Elliott stopped by Friday to find out more. Full story...
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CFCC's retired research vessel finds new home

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videoCape Fear Community College's retired research vessel has found a new home in Charleston, SC. Full story...
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Deputies investigate shots fired

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videoNew Hanover County deputies are investigating shots fired at the Palm Mobile Home Park. Full story...
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Goolsby won't seek reelection to NC Senate

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video Sen. Thom Goolsby (R-9th District) will not seek a third term in the North Carolina Senate. Goolsby says he wants to spend more time with his two young daughters and on his Wilmington law practice. Full story...
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Target finds data breach affected millions more customer than first thought

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videoA security breach at Target has affected tens of millions of consumers across the country during arguably some of the busiest shopping days of the year. Today Target said hackers have gotten a hold of more information then the retailer first thought. Full story...
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Walters won't run for third full term in NC Senate

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videoColumbus County will have a new voice in the North Carolina Senate next year. Sen. Michael Walters (D-13th District) has decided he will not run for reelection. Full story...
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Insurers extend time to pay for NC health policies

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The two health insurance companies selling policies on the federal marketplace for North Carolina consumers are extending payment deadlines on plans taking effect this month. Full story...
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Shooting victim's family issues statement as they prepare for funeral

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video Boiling Spring Lakes is a small town getting big coverage. It's all because of the story of Keith Vidal. Sunday a Southport officer shot the 18-year-old. The officer's attorney says Vidal was trying to stab another officer with a screwdriver. Full story...
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Jordan's UNC diploma, recruiting letters up for auction

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videoPieces of Michael Jordan's history as a student-athlete are up for auction. Goldin Auctions is offering up Jordan's diploma from UNC, as well as recruiting letters written by legendary Tar Heel coach Dean Smith and assistant Bill Gutheridge, who later succeeded Smith as head coach. Full story...
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NC budget director cites teacher pay in planning

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videoThe administration of North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is forming a budget proposal for the next fiscal year that could boost the salaries of teachers and state employees. Full story...
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Civil rights sit-in pioneer Franklin McCain dies

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Franklin McCain, who helped spark a movement of nonviolent, sit-in protests across the South by occupying a segregated Woolworth's lunch counter in 1960, has died in North Carolina. He was 73. Full story...
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UPDATE: Repairs shut down parts of Front Street after boil advisory lifted

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videoPart of downtown Wilmington's Front Street will be closed down this morning so CFPUA crews can do further repairs on the water main that broke there Wednesday night. Full story...
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Charlotte police beef up security for NFL game

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police will be increasing security for the Carolina Panthers' playoff game with the San Francisco 49ers this weekend. Full story...
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Security glitch sparks investigation at Brunswick Nuclear Plant

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A security scare at the Brunswick Nuclear Plant sparks an investigation into why a barrier leading to its Southport site went up without being activated. Full story...
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NC warned to fix food stamp applications problems

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Federal regulators have warned North Carolina's health agency to address problems within its computer system to process food stamp applications or face monetary consequences. Full story...
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