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Video poker talk resurfaces at NC Legislature

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Arcade machine owners who want to return to the video poker business in North Carolina say they want to remove the cloud hanging over the games. Full story...
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NC Senate committee backs adultery lawsuit limits

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A Senate committee has backed limits to a North Carolina law that allows scorned spouses to sue and collect damages for stolen affection and adultery. Full story...
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NC governor offers $1.6B tax plan to end deadlock

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Gov. Beverly Perdue is increasing pressure on lawmakers to pass a budget by offering her own tax plan to raise $1.6 billion this year. Full story...
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NC economist: Unemployment to hit 13 percent

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An economist at North Carolina State University says the state's jobless rate will peak early next year. Full story...
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Some NC parents upset with short school days

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Some North Carolina parents aren't happy with plans to let students go home early on Wednesdays to give teachers more time to plan. Full story...
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NC bill would regulate where wind turbines can go

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North Carolina senators are looking more closely at how to balance the growing demand for green energy with environmental protection, development and tourism. Full story...
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Democrats using listening tour to sustain momentum

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Democratic activists are trying to maintain their election momentum by holding a listening tour around North Carolina. Full story...
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NC town raises offer for Apple data center site

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A North Carolina community battered by manufacturing layoffs raised the offer for Apple Inc. to open its East Coast data center just 30 miles down the road from a similar Google Inc. server farm that opened last year. Full story...
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Wilmington roads flood as rain comes quickly

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videoFlooded apartments, streets flowing like rivers, cars stuck in the water. That is what it was like in much of central and northern New Hanover County Monday night. The flooding was dramatic in some areas as the water piled up in a hurry. Full story...
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Arrangements made for Sergeant Ed Kramer

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Final arrangements have been set for Wilmington National Guard Sergeant Ed Kramer. Kramer and three other soldiers were killed in Baghdad June 29th when an IED exploded near their HUMVEE. Full story...
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More flooding on Racine, causing some to use shelters

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Apartments on Racine near UNCW flooded, causing New Hanover County Emergency Management officials to open up Noble Middle School as a shelter for those residents who evacuated. Full story...
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Be careful which tweets you click on

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If you tweet, be warned. Published reports say cyber criminals are targeting the popular web-messaging service Twitter to direct users to websites that sell porn, fake drugs and fake anti-virus subscriptions. Full story...
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Volunteer event looking for work

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A citywide volunteer event is looking for work. Leadership Wilmington is soliciting projects to be part of Work on Wilmington 2010.

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Business booms during the Fourth of July in Carolina Beach

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videoTens of thousands of people took advantage of the holiday weekend to get out and enjoy some of the local attractions. The Wilmington Visitor's Bureau considers the Fourth of July holiday the busiest time of the year for our area. That means big money for local storeowners. Full story...
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Volunteers help clean up Masonboro

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videoBag after bag, volunteers picked up the last of the trash left over from boaters who went to Masonboro Island last weekend. Workers say this is the worst they've seen in years. Full story...
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