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CFCC graduates receive tools of the trade

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Some Cape Fear Community College graduates are getting a jump start on their careers. Anonymous donors are providing free tools to three graduates of the school's Heating and Air Conditioning program. Full story...
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Controversial town leader resigns

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The Calabash Town Administrator is stepping down, following controversy over his credentials. Full story...
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Marino on Money: July 22

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videoAdopting a child is one of the biggest decisions in a parent’s life. This week on Marino on Money, Ross discusses several options and tells you what to expect financially. Full story...
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Judge rules NC must rehire whistleblower

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A judge says North Carolina must rehire an employee who was fired after he complained that the Division of Motor Vehicles might be giving drivers' licenses to illegal immigrants. Full story...
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3 men plead to running meth lab in NC dorm room

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Three men have pleaded guilty to charges associated with operating a methamphetamine lab in a vacant North Carolina university dormitory room. Full story...
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UNC Chapel Hill study outlines millions in savings

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A consultant says too much money is being spent on administrators that get in the way of basic functions at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Full story...
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Democratic lawmakers largely united on NC tax plan

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Senate Democrats are willing to go with a plan to raise nearly $1 billion in taxes to reach a North Carolina budget agreement with the House. Full story...
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Wilmington residents take on healthcare reform debate

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The healthcare reform debate made its way to the Port City Tuesday night. Wilmington residents interested in the issue attended a listening tour sponsored by the grassroots group, Organizing for America. Full story...
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Wilmington holds workshop around plans for Wrightsville Avenue

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The City of Wilmington held its second public workshop Tuesday night about the future development of Wrightsville Avenue. The current plan for Wrightsville Avenue was adopted in 1990, but over the last 19 years the road has undergone several changes.

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Military members hope waiting period is put in the past

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videoAn old state law could soon be history. If Governor Bev Perdue puts her stamp on it, the three-day waiting period to get into area bars and clubs would give way to an open door policy. The issue is being watched closely by the military. Full story...
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Inclusive Health provides options for those with pre-existing conditions

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videoThere is an option for North Carolinians with pre-existing conditions looking for coverage. Inclusive Health is a state-subsidized program that offers coverage to people with pre-existing conditions, who don't have coverage from an employer, among other terms of eligibility. Full story...
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Small Business, Big Deals: The success in growing a small business

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videoWhen it comes to stocking inventory, many small businesses are at the mercy of larger wholesalers. But one local small business owner has taken matters into his own hands.

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A day aboard the Dan Moore

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videoSince its inception in 1964, the Marine Technology program has been a major part of Cape Fear Community College. Students board the research vessel Dan Moore for days and weeks at a time to train to be marine technicians. It's funding for that training that is in limbo. Full story...
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Grievance filed against Brunswick County superintendent and school board

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The executive assistant to the Brunswick County Schools superintendent filed a formal grievance against her and the school board. Many speculate the grievance against Katie McGee was filed over a violation of policy or a personnel matter. Full story...
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Veterans look to Post 9/11 GI Bill to jumpstart career

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videoCome next month, veterans will have more resources to continue their education. The new GI Bill starts August 1. Experts anticipate an influx of veterans at area colleges and universities. Full story...
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