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Wrightsville drawbridge to be left open overnight toward end of month

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videoUpcoming work on the Wrightsville Beach drawbridge may cause some problems for drivers. The bridge will be left in the upright position overnight for three nights at the end of the month, February 23rd through the 25th. Full story...
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NC high school athlete dies during practice

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Authorities say a freshman high school athlete died at a North Carolina school, collapsing after a water break during basketball practice. Full story...
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Feds add charge in NC student leader's slaying

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A man accused in the slaying of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill student body president Eve Carson now faces a federal kidnapping charge. Full story...
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NC treatment needs shift from alcohol to drugs

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A federal agency says more North Carolina residents are seeking treatment for abuse of drugs such as cocaine and prescription painkillers. Full story...
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Charlotte mulls higher fees for high water users

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Officials in North Carolina's largest city are considering a surcharge for high volume water customers during droughts. Full story...
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NC auto insurance companies request rate increase

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Auto insurance companies in North Carolina are asking for a 1.4 percent rate increase despite being at odds with the state's insurance department. Full story...
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Train derails in northeast North Carolina

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A freight train has derailed in northeast North Carolina, but no injuries have been reported. Full story...
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Governor Bev Perdue is on a working vacation

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Lieutenant Governor Walter Dalton said he has been told that Perdue is out of the country, and he will be acting governor until she returns to the state.

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Graduation coaches help prevent drop outs

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videoWWAY reported last week, for the first time in years the number of high school students dropping out of school in North Carolina is declining. Monday, we look deeper into the cause and effect. Full story...
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Multiple fires keep officials busy

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videoFirefighters and the Red Cross were busy today responding to fires in two counties. Not only was it a busy day on Monday, but it's been a busy month for both teams. Full story...
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Introduction to on-line dating

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videoBefore technology ruled the world, we used to rely on our families, friends, churches to help us find love. The internet has opened up a world of opportunities to search for Mr. or Ms. "Right". For some it can be a living nightmare, but for others it's love at web site. Full story...
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Memories and furniture often left behind at foreclosed houses

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videoA family can accumulate a lot of belongings in a home pretty quickly. If a foreclosure forces them out of their home, they have to make some tough decisions on what gets left behind. Full story...
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Risk and reward when buying foreclosed houses

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Real estate broker Bob McCorkle said if you’re willing to take on the clean-up, the best deals can be found at courthouse foreclosure auctions. However, before you buy, make sure you know what you could be getting yourself into as foreclosed homes can have serious problems. At the auctions you buy the property as is. Full story...
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Steroids mean time to forgive Charlie Hustle

When Bart Giamatti banned Pete Rose from baseball in 1989, it was arguably the darkest moment in baseball history since the 1919 Chicago White Sox earned the moniker Black Sox for throwing the Worl

Places to find free tax preparation help

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There are some places around town where folks can go to get help with tax preparations. Full story...
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