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Bladen County voting off smoothly

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Like many other counties, Bladen County has had a steady turnout. Full story...
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Exit polling in Wilmington Tuesday

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National news organizations like the Associated Press, CNN and ABC are keeping a close eye on our polling sites. Full story...
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Early risers are first to Vote

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videoWith polls opening at 6:30 Tuesday morning, election workers knew it was going to be an early day. However, they are not the only ones who woke up in the middle of the night to get to the polls. Full story...
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UNCW in Kiplinger's Top 25 "Best Values"

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UNCW is one of the Top 25 "Best Values" among public universities in the nation, and one of the top three in North Carolina. That is according to the new Kiplinger's List. Full story...
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Will a rainy Election Day keep voters away?

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videoSome candidates had their umbrellas in hand while doing some last-minute campaigning Monday, and voters can expect to need theirs at the polls today. Will a rainy Election Day forecast deter people from making the trip to cast their ballot? Full story...
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Senator Dole responds to Hagan's claims

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The candidates are moving fast this election eve. Senator Elizabeth Dole just jetted in and out of Wilmington. Full story...
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Boseman and Lee battling it out till the end

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videoThe 9th District State Senate race has become hotly contested. Incumbent Democrat Julia Boseman has been dogged by personal financial matters pushed further into the spotlight by Republican opponent Michael Lee. Full story...
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Fennell and Soles reflect on their campaigns

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videoIt is crunch time for local state senate candidates as they try to grab as many votes as they can in the final hours leading up to Election Day. Full story...
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Project Uplift aims to teach trades

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videoWith the current economy, it can be tough to find a job, even with an education. One program is helping train local people who struggled in school so they can become part of the workforce. Full story...
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The origin of party symbols

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Most people know the symbol of the donkey stands for the Democratic party and the elephant represents Republicans, but what is not as well known is where the symbolism originated. Full story...
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Registered sex offender caught in Hugh MacRae Park

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New Hanover County's new ordinance making it illegal for a registered sex offender to enter a public park has yielded its first arrest. Full story...
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Kay Hagan stops by Whiteys for coffee, conversation

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On the eve of Election Day, U.S. Senate candidate Kay Hagan made a stop to the Port City. Full story...
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Swart and Hughes ready for Election Day

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The two candidates vying for the states 18th district seat were campaigning hard Monday. That is the seat vacated by Thomas Wright earlier this year when Wright was convicted of obstruction of justice. Full story...
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Beach to Battleship triathlon caused delays

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Participants in the Beach to the Battleship Ironman Triathlon swam, biked and ran all over the Wilmington area Saturday. For drivers, getting around was not as easy. Full story...
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NC Capitol to get $600,000 renovation

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A project to improve the walkways around the state Capitol will begin this month and last about 90 days. Full story...
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