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Ceasar Laurean fighting extradition to US

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The Marine accused of killing a pregnant fellow Marine has filed an extradition appeal in a Mexican court. Full story...
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New court in Charlotte to handle illegal immigration

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The federal government plans to open a new court in Charlotte next month to handle illegal immigration cases in the Carolinas. Judges will begin hearing cases November 4th. Full story...
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Sunday's walk to help end hunger

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With many food pantries struggling to keep their shelves full, some folks are trying to do their part to help end hunger. Participants in the 29th New Hanover County Stop Hunger Walk trekked around Greenfield Lake Sunday. Full story...
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NC teen changes her name to protest dissections

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A 19-year-old Asheville teenager says she legally changed her name to CutoutDissection.com to protest animal dissections in schools. Full story...
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Paying for college becoming more difficult

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videoSending kids off to college is a proud moment in many parents lives, however the nation's credit crunch could be making it more difficult to afford. Full story...
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Thalian Hall turns 150

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videoThalian Hall is now 150 years old, or young. Community members gathered to celebrate Thalian Hall's birthday on Sunday. Full story...
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Alzheimers fundraiser a big hit

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It was all about bump, set, and spike in an effort to help people with Alzheimers at Captian Bill's on Saturday. Full story...
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Breast cancer survivor organizes walk for charity

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The American Cancer Society held its first annual strides against breast cancer walk in Wilmington. Full story...
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Walk for mental illness

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At Hugh Macrae Park people were braving the rain to help raise awareness on mental illness. Full story...
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Suspected Wachovia bank robber caught

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Wilmington police arrested two people in connection to a Monday incident at a Wachovia bank. Full story...
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Mother of Slain Transgender Child Will Speak at UNC-Wilmington

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Renown Gay rights activist, Sylvia Guerrero will speak candidly about her slain transgender child for National Coming Out day. Full story...
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McCain to visit Port City Monday

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The North Carolina Republican Party said Sen. John McCain will bring his presidential campaign to Wilmington Monday. McCain will hold a town hall meeting at Cape Fear Community College's Schwartz Center. Full story...
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Navassa marine follow up

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videoWith the economy taking some pretty hard hits lately, many are wondering what to do next. That is especially true for the 270 employees of US marine in Navassa, who just found out they are being laid off. Full story...
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Pee Dee clinic leaves patients in a tough spot

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videoWhen the Pee-Dee Clinic in Ogden shut its doors, behind them were hundreds of patient’s medical records. The clinic's owner, Dr. Robert Perry, surrendered his medical license this week, amid suspicion of illegally prescribing medicine. Full story...
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Ron Hewett to enter plea Monday

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A week after learning his sentence on federal charges, former Brunswick County Sheriff, Ron Hewett, will be back in court.

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