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CFPUA completes wastewater treatment facility project

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The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority celebrated the completion of an $80 million plant project that has been 10 years in the works. The point of the project was to expand and make upgrades to the Northside Wastewater Treatment Facility in Wilmington. Full story...
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Yellow Pages slims down

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If you have picked a new copy of the Yellow Pages, you might have noticed it is a little bit lighter this year. The 2009-2010 version of the Yellow Pages has 140 pages less than last year's version, which had 60 pages less than 2007-2008. Full story...
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Accident ties up College Road Thursday afternoon

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A three car accident tied up traffic on College Road Thursday afternoon. The accident took place around 12:30 p.m. and delayed traffic for about an hour. Full story...
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Whats Happening: July 17-19

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videoThis weekend, you can go back in time, re-live the 60’s in a way that is fun for the whole family, or rock out to some music from the 80’s. Full story...
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NC judge rules Black to serve more time in prison

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A state judge in Raleigh says former House Speaker Jim Black will have to spend more time behind bars even if the federal government releases him from prison. Full story...
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NC auditors appear for Easley grand jury hearing

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An auditor who investigated former North Carolina first lady Mary Easley's employment by the state's largest university has appeared to testify before a federal grand jury. Full story...
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NC native aboard space shuttle Endeavour

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A North Carolina native is on the crew of the space shuttle Endeavour as it flies toward the international space station. Full story...
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NC man calls 911 to report he's robbing bank

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A man insisted on being arrested after he walked into a western North Carolina bank while on the phone with a 911 operator to report that he planned to commit a robbery. Full story...
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4-ton bronze ring to be moved in Asheville

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Asheville is going for the bronze ring. A 4-ton bronze ring, to be exact. Full story...
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Night classes help fit education with lifestyles

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videoA lot of non-traditional students are hitting the books to bring in the bucks. Often, that means going to class at night. Full story...
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Non-profit group helps animals at Pender County shelter

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videoA group called, Friends of the Pender County Animal Shelter, is one step away from being the county's newest non-profit. The group formed early this year and as WWAY's John Rendleman reports, it helps fill in the gaps the county can not provide. Full story...
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Pender County Humane Society to showcase new building

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For the last seven months the Pender County Humane Society has been in a temporary location, but no longer. The new building will be showcased this weekend with a grand opening celebration. Full story...
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Possible break in auto insurance rates

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We could be getting a break on our auto insurance rates. Under an agreement between the State Insurance Commissioner and the insurance industry, North Carolina auto insurance rates will be rolled back to levels of about three years ago and frozen until 2011. Full story...
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Community college challenges as enrollments increase

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videoA college degree may help you get a stable job in our area these days. That is why students are coming out in droves to register early for classes at area community colleges. That is creating some challenges. Full story...
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Breaking down the education lottery money

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videoThere's still no state budget in Raleigh as lawmakers try to figure out how to pay for North Carolina's spending. One of the biggest issues has been education funding, and many are wondering where the billion dollars for education from the lottery has gone. Full story...
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