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Law enforcement honor fallen with bike ride

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video Today, the officers visited the spot where Wilmington police officer Rich Matthews died on Shipyard Blvd. last year. Full story...
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Troubleshooters update: Magnolia gets a new kitchen

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We have an update tonight on a Troubleshooters report we first brought you back in February. 82-year-old Magnolia McLean paid a $1,000 down payment to a contractor to build her some kitchen cabinets. He skipped town with her money, and never did the work she paid for. Full story...
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Ashley band prepares for spring concert

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video Music fills the air as Ashley High School's bands get ready for their spring concerts. Ashley High School's symphonic band will perform at Greenfield Amphitheater this weekend for the first time. Full story...
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Willie Nelson band members to pay $25 fine

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Members of Willie Nelson's band cited for having marijuana and moonshine will pay a fine that's less than the cost of tickets to the cancelled concert in January. Full story...
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Wilmington residents face potential of three tax hikes

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As voters approved a quarter-cent sales tax increase in New Hanover County and the County Commission likely to approve a penny property tax increase, last night Wilmington City Council discussed raising its property tax to help close a budget gap. Full story...
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Sales tax hike won't stop property tax increase

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video Even with the sales tax increase, the county is looking at about a $6 million shortfall. Part of the problem is paying for the bonds voters passed a few years ago. Full story...
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Jury deliberates in Pierce case

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videoThe fate of Anthony Pierce is in the hands of the jury. Pierce is accused of second degree murder in the death of Wilmington police officer Rich Matthews last year. Full story...
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Sweepstakes café owners speak out on license fees

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It will cost 24-hour establishments $3,000 per machine per year to operate. For businesses open between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m., it will cost $2,000 per machine per year. Full story...
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Titan breaks silence on superior court ruling

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Titan America issued a statement Wednesday, May 5, calling a recent court decision to apply a lengthy environmental review to its proposal in Castle Hayne “regrettable” - reports the Lumina News. Full story...
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VOTE 2010: NC Sen. Boseman doesn't advance in judge's primary

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Unofficial election results Tuesday show Julia Boseman finishing third among four candidates. The top two vote-getters - Chad Hogston and Robin Wicks Robinson - will face each other in November. Full story...
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