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Lejeune prisoners train service dogs for injured comrades

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Prisoners in Camp Lejeune's brig are training service dogs that will one day help Marines who have been disabled in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Full story...
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NEI repairs complete

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Repairs to the infamous northeast interceptor sewer line are finally complete. Full story...
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Officials consider merging county, city fire departments

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videoA key issue at Monday afternoon's New Hanover County Board of Commissioners meeting is the possible merger of city and county fire departments. Full story...
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Owner of closed dance studio speaking out

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videoFriday we told you about a dance studio in Brunswick County that had closed its doors on short notice. Now the owner of the studio is speaking out. Full story...
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Three lawsuits against Brunswick County school board re-filed

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Three separate sets of parents filed suit last year against the board, claiming school leaders didn't do enough to protect their children from inappropriate relationships with school employees. Full story...
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Wave Transit dealing with $265,000 budget shortfall

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The rising cost of fuel has also put the brakes on some of Wave Transit's services. Full story...
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Firework feud

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videoThe small Onslow County fishing town Sneads Ferry may be in danger of losing one of it's main attractions. Full story...
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What's next for Wright?

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videoIt's something state lawmakers haven't had to deal with in more than 100 years. Legislators in Raleigh are now grappling with how to expel Rep. Wright from the general assembly. Full story...
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Cars galore at Fort Fisher

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5th annual car show held at Fort Fisher. Full story...
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Kure Beach seeks federal funding for public park

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The town of Kure Beach has already bought the town's ocean front Rolling Surf Motel with plans to turn it into a park. That's a $4.2 million project for a town whose annual budget is only $3.8 million. Full story...
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