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Chancellor not aware ECSU crime not investigated

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The chancellor of Elizabeth City State University says his administration was not aware that more than 100 campus crimes over six years were not investigated. Full story...
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NC House tries to stop some local government moves

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House Republicans want to prevent North Carolina city and county governments from collecting union dues from workers and requiring local employers to assume responsibilities related to pollution generated by their employees. Full story...
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NC group resisting GOP changes to public schools

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North Carolina groups that want to protect the funding for traditional public schools are trying to raise opposition to legislative proposals to expand private-school vouchers and charter schools. Full story...
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UNCW graduates more than 2,000 students

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videoSpring welcomes more than just wild azaleas throughout North Carolina. It also greets college students with diplomas and the beginning of a new season in their lives. “It is a big step,” said graduate Nicholas Alfano. “I am ready to make the transition and start new.” Full story...
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Graduation arrives for area college students

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videoMore than 850 students will graduate from Cape Fear Community College tonight. It's also commencement weekend at UNCW, where more than 2,000 students are graduating. Full story...
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UNCW honors graduating student-athletes

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videoUNCW Seahawks are ready to soar into their future. Today the school honored graduating athletes. Full story...
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Student prayer rights bill passes NC Senate

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Legislation meant to clarify when and how student-led prayers are allowed in public schools has passed the North Carolina Senate. Full story...
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Mixed opinions on change in school start times

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videoBrunswick County Elementary students will start their school day an hour later than high school and middle school students. Full story...
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UNCW grad student uses hip hop as therapy tool

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video A UNCW grad student's name may not be familiar to you, but his alias Kon Sci has been making waves in the local music scene for the years. Full story...
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NC Senate bill requires abortion education

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A bill requiring North Carolina's health instructors to teach students that abortions cause premature births in later pregnancies is headed to the Senate floor. Full story...
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Pender High students called heroes after saving couple from burning home

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videoTwo Pender High School students are being called heroes after they helped save the lives of an elderly couple from a burning home Sunday morning. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. school leaders approve change in school start times

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videoElementary school students in Brunswick county will start their school day an hour later than high school and middle school students in the 2013-14 school year. Full story...
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CFCC to honor legacy of fallen National Guardsman at pinning ceremony

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Today, Cape Fear Community College students will honor the memory of a former student who died in Iraq while serving with the National Guard. Full story...
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Students discover better building methods

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videoThe wolf huffed and puffed, and couldn't blow the straw house down? That's not quite how the story goes. But this weekend, students at Cape Fear Community College proved that straw bale construction is a smart, sustainable building method. Full story...
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Student to graduate at 16, hopes to become veterinarian

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video A Wilmington teen is not your average student. Anthony Gregory, 16, is graduating this year from Isaac Bear Early College. The exceptional student has enough high school credits to get his diploma. While volunteering with Needham Animal Hospital in Wilmington, Gregory is also working on his senior project about pet health and exercise. He says he hopes to become a veterinarian and he's learned a lot from doing his senior project. Full story...
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