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Monkey Junction family finds gator in their garage

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One local family got quite a surprise when they looked in their garage Thursday morning. Our crew arrived just as a wildlife removal service was putting an alligator in a bag. Full story...
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Annexation regulations on the table

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Lawmakers discussed reforms to annexation laws in our state on Thursday. So far, a house judiciary committee has ruled against allowing homeowners to vote on whether they want to be annexed, something anti-annexation activists asked for. Full story...
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Coast Guard puts anchors away, gets out hammers and screwdrivers

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Members of the Coast Guard's Marine Safety Unit helped build a new home for Habitat for Humanity on Prices Lane in Wilmington. Full story...
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Marino on Money: June 18

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videoYesterday, Marino on Money discussed how a bad credit score can negatively impact your life. Today, Ross tells us how to improve our score, and keep it high. Full story...
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Dinner to your door

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videoLove the convenience of delivery, but sometimes pizza and Chinese food get a little old? A local company has a solution; they deliver food from restaurants to your doorstep. Full story...
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Whats Happening: June 19-21

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videoThis weekend there are festivals, carnivals, and even a chance to get free backstage passes to an upcoming concert. WWAY's Marcy Cuevas lets you know Whats Happening this weekend. Full story...
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Amazon.com doesn't like NC sales tax proposal

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Amazon.com has threatened to cut off sales commissions in North Carolina for referrals to the online retailer if a new tax proposal becomes law. Full story...
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NC Dell plant says it will recall some workers

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Dell Inc. says it will recall some laid-off workers for temporary duty at a North Carolina computer plant. Full story...
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NC revenue officials require proof of big families

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Thousands of North Carolina families that claimed five or more children on their income tax returns are being told to provide proof. Full story...
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Park service asks for volunteer NC beach watchers

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The National Park Service is recruiting volunteers for a program of beach watchers to help prevent crime and vandalism along North Carolina's Outer Banks. Full story...
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Attorney: 4 not in room where explosion occurred

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The attorney for a contractor being sued by two workers injured in the explosion at a North Carolina Slim Jim processing plant says its four workers were not near the site of the explosion. Full story...
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Bill to legalize marijuana front and center in Raleigh

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videoThe debate over legalizing medical marijuana is not a new one, but it is going to be front and center in Raleigh Thursday. The House Health Committee will hold a public hearing on a bill that's been introduced to legalize marijuana for medical purposes.

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Pender County man behind bars for alleged crimes involving 9 year old

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A Pender County man is behind bars for crimes involving a nine-year-old girl. Fifty-seven-year-old Paul Sorrells was arrested Wednesday and charged with three counts of first-degree statutory sex offense and three counts of indecent liberties with a child. Full story...
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Senate Finance Committee helps state's film incentives

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The state's film incentives took a big step forward Wednesday. The Senate Finance Committee approved raising the tax break for production companies from 15 to 25 percent. Full story...
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Coast Guard helps build Habitat home

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They're usually busy protecting the waterways in our area. Today they traded in their sea legs for tool belts. Members of the Coast Guard's Marine Safety Unit Wilmington helped build a new home for Habitat for Humanity on Prices Lane in Wilmington. Full story...
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