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The North Carolina Department of Insurance says it has received a request by insurers that could mean big rate increases for homeowners policies across the state. Full story...
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The first Full Court Press of 2014 turned out to be a winner on WWAY. We had coverage from Trask-West Bladen, Pender-East Bladen, North Brunswick-Hoggard, West Brunswick-Cape Fear Academy, Coastal Christian-South Brunswick and Harrells-Topsail. Our play of the week featured a player from Whiteville! Full story...
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The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services says it mailed nearly 49,000 new Medicaid cards for children to the wrong people. DHHS says the cards show the child's name, Medicaid identification number, date of birth and primary care physician. Full story...
Submitted by Holden Kurwicki on Fri, 01/03/2014 - 5:00pm.READ MORE:
New details have emerged about two of the suspects accused in the New Year's Day murder of a Hallsboro woman. Court records show that Derrick Devon Pierce and Antwan Jahmal Johnson have both had multiple run-ins with the law in the last year. Full story...
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The Wilmington Regional Association of Realtors has ended its relationship with eShowings serving up another hit to the beleaguered company and its workers. Full story...
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A boat docked in the Cape Fear River sank last night...And is still there today. Crews spent hours this afternoon trying to salvage the boat named Sea Star. Full story...
Submitted by Sarah Murphy on Fri, 01/03/2014 - 3:18pm.READ MORE:
A Pulitzer Prize-winning novel will stay in Brunswick County Schools despite a county commissioner's objections. After months of debate about the educational value of "The Color Purple," the school board today turned the page on the controversy, but not before their own bit of drama. Full story...
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