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Youngsters show off art in flower parade

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Flowers and children were blooming at Howe's Pre-Kindergarten Center on Friday. Kids have spent the past two weeks making their own unique flowers with their families and on Friday, they paraded the halls to show off their creation. Full story...
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Verdict for Wilmington man charged with running gambling operation

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There is a guilty verdict for a Wilmington man charged with running an illegal gambling operation out of his pools and spas business. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride: Sunset Beach

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videoA swing bridge has long been the only way to get onto the island of Sunset Beach, but times are changing as construction is in full gear on a new, much bigger bridge. Full story...
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NC city paying $860,000 to early retirees

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Dozens of employees in a North Carolina city are taking a sweetened early retirement offer that officials say will help balance the budget in a tough economy. Full story...
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NC still working out rules on teacher furlough

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They're still working out the rules, but officials say North Carolina teachers included in the furloughs ordered by the governor won't be able to skip teaching days. Full story...
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Man netted in NC met bust gets 14 years

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A man authorities tapped as a key player in eastern North Carolina's meth trade has been sentenced to more than 14 years in federal prison. Full story...
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Driver of NC school activity bus cited for wreck

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The driver of a school activity bus that rolled onto its side on a North Carolina highway, injuring dozens of students, has been cited for reckless driving. Full story...
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3 western NC high schools could lose accreditation

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Three western North Carolina high schools are at risk of losing their accreditation, which could impact student applications to some colleges and universities. Full story...
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Is there local concern about the swine flu?

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videoThere are more than 100 confirmed cases of the H1N1 virus, or swine flu, in the United States. People NewsChannel 3 spoke with said they are not too concerned about the virus right now, but one look at drug store shelves proves otherwise. Full story...
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Gag order placed on Cesar Lauren case

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A North Carolina judge has signed a gag order in the case of Corporal Cesar Laurean. The order prohibits the release of any information that could prejudice the proceedings in the case. Full story...
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Bladen County has new superintendent

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Bladen County schools have a new top administrator. Thursday night the school board voted to hire Gregory Killingsworth as the school system's superintendent.

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Home insurance rates on the rise for our area

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videoIf you own a home in our area, your homeowners insurance is about to go up. Depending on where you live, the increase could be significant. Full story...
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Chief Evangelous discusses Foy and Rothen case

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The remains of two Wilmington women, Allison Jackson Foy and Angela Rothen, were found just over a year ago off Carolina Beach Road. No arrests have been made, and some have questioned the department's timing, when it came to sending out pieces of the victim's clothing for DNA testing. Full story...
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Fund set up to help fire victims in Myrtle Beach

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If you want to help those who were displaced by the recent wildfires at Myrtle Beach, a special fund has been set up at the Horry State Bank. Full story...
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For some, odd jobs are the answer

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videoIt takes some hard work to do what a group of area guys have done; they took a bad situation, getting laid off, and turned it into cash by doing odd jobs for folks around town. Full story...
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