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State commission looks to delay giving Titan air permits

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Members of the state Marine Fisheries Commission recommend the state delay giving the company the first of its two air permits. Full story...
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WPD officer charged with assault, sexual battery

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A Wilmington officer has been placed on administrative leave without pay after being charged with assault on a female and sexual battery. Full story...
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Police find man who escaped Whiteville Police custody

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Police said they found Caron Antwan Robinson around midnight on West Water Street in an abandoned house. Full story...
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Lump to Laughter holding a clothes swap tonight

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The online breast cancer support group, Lump to Laughter, is holding its second annual Girl's Night Out clothes swap Thursday night at Poplar Grove Plantation.

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Getting stiffed, what are the victim's rights?

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videoIf you've ever waited tables or driven a cab, it's probably happened to you. It's time for the person to pay, but they've already taken off. They stiff you. According to the law, that's theft. What rights do you have if you're the victim of a crime? Full story...
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Two hospitalists now on staff at Columbus Regional Healthcare System

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Patient care is now more efficient in Columbus County, thanks to a new position at Columbus Regional Healthcare System. Full story...
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Local chef to cook for Governor Perdue

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videoPat Green, executive chef at Elijah's, is among a small group of chefs chosen to cook for the inaugural ball in Raleigh on Friday.

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Commission to reconsider Kure Beach sandbags

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A New Hanover County judge sandbagged the state's Coastal Resources Commission Tuesday. Full story...
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Snipes Elementary School to be demolished with new school in its place

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Snipes Elementary School, which is currently unoccupied, will soon come tumbling down. A $17 million school for arts and design will eventually go up in it's place along Chestnut Street. Full story...
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Spring enrollment is up at local community colleges

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It looks like some of the people who are out of work may be honing their skills at community college. Full story...
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