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Law enforcement warns about synthetic drug "Pump-It"

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Law enforcement is warning of another synthetic drug on the streets of Wilmington. The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office and the Wilmington Police Department joint Downtown Task Force encountered Pump-It this weekend. Full story...
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DOT awards contract for bridges in Brunswick, Pender

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The North Carolina Department of Transportation has awarded a contract to replace seven bridges in Brunswick County and two bridges in Pender County. The $8.3 million contract went to S.T. Wooten Corp. of Wilson. Work may begin as early as April 30, with project completion due by Nov. 1, 2015. Full story...
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Campaign says Santorum's daughter is recovering

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GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum's campaign says his hospitalized daughter is recovering and could be released soon. Full story...
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No charges for former Carolina Beach leaders in SBI probe

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Three former elected leaders and two citizens in Carolina Beach will not face charges in a probe by the State Bureau of Investigation. Full story...
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NC college's students propose fee increase

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While many college students in North Carolina have protested the rising cost of higher education, students at Guilford College are saying they should pay more. Full story...
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Trial starts in killing of NC school board member

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Jury selection will begin in the trial of a man accused of sexually assaulting and killing a member of the North Carolina state Board of Education. Full story...
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Gingrich visits Raleigh Monday for NC support

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With his presidential campaign ailing, Newt Gingrich is hoping for a boost from North Carolina. Full story...
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Columbus County churchgoers write New Testament along sidewalks

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videoAround 30 churches joined their congregations in downtown Whiteville Sunday for a unique Easter sunrise service. Following the service believers hit the streets, writing the New Testament (in chalk) on the sidewalks throughout the city. Full story...
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