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CFCC holds public forums for presidential candidates

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Cape Fear Community College has released the names of the five presidential finalists. The candidates include Dr. William Carver, Dr. Richard Federinko, Dr. Greg Rutherford, Dr. Ted Spring and Dr. Rod Townley. Full story...
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Report: Penn St. officials concealed sex abuse to avoid bad publicity

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video An internal investigation into the child sex abuse scandal that rocked Penn State concludes that top school officials, including longtime football coach Joe Paterno, hushed up allegations against Jerry Sandusky for fear of bad publicity. READ THE FULL REPORT INSIDE Full story...
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CFCC to hold public forums for presidential finalists

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The Cape Fear Community College Board of Trustees has narrowed down the pool of presidential candidates to five finalists will hold a series of public forums the next two weeks. Full story...
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Toll delays, school calendar changes become NC law

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Gov. Bev Perdue has signed a bill into law that postpones more North Carolina ferry tolls for another year and tweaks scheduling rules for school districts so students could stay at their desks longer but attend class fewer days. Full story...
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CB town leaders approve permit for Montessori school

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Carolina Beach town council unanimously approved a conditional-use permit for a Montessori school at Tuesday night's meeting. Full story...
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Brunswick County School Board approves new principals

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The Brunswick County Board of Education approved new leadership at three elementary schools Tuesday night. Full story...
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School Board approves budget, staff raises

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The New Hanover County School Board passed a budget for the 2012-2013 school year. The new budget totals more than $220 million. Full story...
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NC schools get choice between minimum days, hours

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North Carolina's public school students could sit in classrooms for longer but for fewer days in a change to the long-running debate about the academic calendar. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: East Duplin students' anti-smoking video garners national praise

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videoSome North Carolina high school students are spreading the word about the dangers of using tobacco through a touching video. It was even entered into a national contest and came among the best in country. Full story...
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Sen. Hagan talks farms, Obama and the 4th

About a week after the senate passed the 2012 farm bill in a 64-35 vote, Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC) stopped by the WWAY studio to explain how the bill will impact North Carolinians. She spoke with "Good Morning Carolina" anchor Ashley Jacobs this morning about that and more.

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