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Hagan, Tillis to visit Wilmington today

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With time running out before Election Day, the two major party candidates for US Senate will both be in Wilmington today. Full story...
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Fire department merger on the horizon?

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videoShould Wilmington and New Hanover County merge their fire departments? That was the question a new report hoped to answer. It is a report weighing the pros and cons of a possible merger between the two departments. Full story...
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Longtime district worker challenges Brunswick Co. School Board chair

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videoThere are two seats up for grab on the Brunswick County School Board in this election. It's all about schools in the race between Republican John Thompson and Democrat Leonard Jenkins for the District 5 seat on the board. Full story...
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Campaign signs raising concerns, questions of legality

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videoIt's hard not to be bombarded with campaign signs across the area; one sign, however is raising legal questions. Full story...
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New Hanover County School Board candidates debate

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videoThe candidates for New Hanover County School Board asked for your vote once again during a candidate forum in Wilmington Monday night. Full story...
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DA speaks against Constitutional amendment on NC ballots

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videoThere's a Constitutional amendment on your ballot in this election, but do you know what it's all about? Full story...
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Soles's former law partner calls out foe for donation, liberal ties, omits own ties

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videoThe race for a local judgeship has turned personal. A mailer sent out in the last few days by District Judge Sherry Dew Prince accuses her challenger Willie "Fred" Gore of being "A liberal Democrat to the core." The mailer also points out former state Sen. R.C. Soles donated $500 to Gore, but Gore says he gave the money back. Full story...
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Students in UNCW dorms may face issue at New Hanover Co. polls

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video College students may run into some trouble voting in New Hanover County this year. The county Democratic Party chair says students who live in dorms at UNCW may be turned away if they do not know the exact address of their building. Full story...
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McCrory, Tillis tout NC eugenics compensation

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North Carolina officials say help is on the way for some people sterilized under orders of state officials over several decades, but only a fraction of those who lost the chance to start a family will be compensated. Full story...
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