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NC governor urges governments to seek funds

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North Carolina's governor is encouraging local governments to ask for as much money as they can from the federal stimulus funds. Full story...
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Car dealers running into problems in NC

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The problems confronting the nation's Big Three auto makers are not the only problems in the industry. Full story...
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NC lawmakers examine easing coastal insurance rate

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North Carolina coastal homeowners saddled this spring with huge increases in their insurance premiums, deductibles and surcharges are seeking help from state lawmakers. Full story...
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NC marks national celebration of travel, tourism

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North Carolina marks National Travel and Tourism week with a celebrations in the state capital and at the nine welcome centers across the state. Full story...
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Local reaction to postage increase

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videoThe US Post Office is now charging us two more cents for a first class stamp. WWAY’s John Rendleman has more on the postage increase. Full story...
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Bill to stop cement plant construction up for discussion Tuesday

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Senator Julia Boseman's cement plant moratorium bill is up for discussion in Raleigh Tuesday. The bill aims to stop cement plant permitting and construction until September 1, 2010. Full story...
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Cape Fear Commutes 2035 gathering input for traffic plan

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A series of open houses has begun throughout the region to gather input on the Cape Fear Commutes 2035 traffic plan. The north campus of Cape Fear Community College hosted Monday night's open house. Full story...
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Wilmington: Coastal Dream Town

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In Coastal Living Magazine's May issue of Best Places to Live in the Region for Every Budget, the Port City came in 18th. Full story...
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Star News prints final local edition

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videoIt's an impact being felt across the newspaper industry, fewer people are relying on the morning paper for their connection to the world. That combined with tough times, equal changes at the Star News. Full story...
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Man attacks women during crime spree

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videoIt was a dreadful Mother's Day for one family in Tabor City. A neighborhood crime spree ended with the rape of a 78-year-old woman and the kidnapping of her 58-year-old daughter. Full story...
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Oak Island Pier re-opens

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videoAfter a two-year hiatus, the Oak Island Pier is open again and Monday's rain didn't stop fisherman from re-claiming their spots on the pier. Full story...
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Schools could be starting closer to beginning of August

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State lawmakers could be cutting summer vacation short for North Carolina students. Proposed legislation may allow schools to start the academic year two weeks earlier in August. The bill would allow public schools to open as early as August 8th. Full story...
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Tar Heels meet President Obama

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The first fan paid his respects to the Tar Heels Monday when the North Carolina men's basketball team visited with President Barack Obama at the White House. Full story...
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Charlie Lipari honored for helping others with ALS

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videoThroughout the month of May, 31 people, including one Wilmington man, are telling their stories in the Muscular Dystrophy Association's national campaign promoting awareness about Lou Gehrig's Disease. Full story...
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Two Columbus County accidents, two deaths

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Columbus County roads have been deadly of late. Twenty-year-old Clayton McKoy of Clarkton died at the hospital Sunday, after being ejected from an SUV. Full story...
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