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Dry spring could mean problems for our area

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video You can already see how dry it's been in the streams, rivers, marshes and lawns across the area, but the numbers back it up as well. So far this year we're four inches behind. That's a 25 percent deficit. Full story...
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Astronaut lands in Bladen County hometown

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A hometown hero returned to Bladen County. Retired NASA astronaut Curtis Brown was escorted by police into downtown Elizabethtown. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Police: Teen huffing before wrecking car

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videoA New Hanover County teenager is hospitalized after Wrightsville Beach Police say she huffed inhalants behind the wheel and blacked out with her friends in the car. It all happened just after midnight Tuesday morning. Full story...
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CFPUA sheds jobs to trim budget

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The cuts will help bring the CFPUA budget down to $64 million. That's a decrease of $6 million from last year. Full story...
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State suspends Dyer's medical license

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Investigators say Guy Dyer was running a cash-only business at his clinic on Shipyard Blvd. prescribing narcotics without establishing a medical reason. Full story...
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Feds investigating Wilmington businessman campaign donations

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Wilmington businessman Rusty Carter was convicted last week of making illegal campaign contributions, but his legal troubles may not be over yet. We learned this afternoon he may face even more charges from a federal investigation. Full story...
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Berger, Caster to run again

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It's official. There will be a run-off election in New Hanover County for the Republican County Commission nomination. Full story...
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South Brunswick High School and Progress Energy to unveil unique solar panels

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The 2-kilowatt solar PV system is connected to an aerator at the school’s Moses Lewis Aquaculture Facility and to Internet-based monitoring equipment, so students can study the panels’ real-time electricity production. Full story...
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Friends remember scuba diver as kind with love for outdoors

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A Hagerstown woman who died Saturday while scuba diving off the coast of North Carolina was remembered by friends Tuesday as a kind person with a passion for the outdoors. Full story...
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Myrtle Grove Middle School collects over 6,200 food items for food pantry

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Through the school’s Food for Fines campaign, students donated over 6,200 non-perishable food items last week to benefit the local food pantry, Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard. Full story...
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