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Online tips from the iDesk

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There are plenty of scams to go around on the internet, so how do you know if an online ad or e-mail is legitimate? Plus, how can you find a physician you trust, and how you can follow the state government. Full story...
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Avoiding domestic violence

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videoAssistant District Attorney Joy Alford-Brand prosecutes dozens of domestic violence cases each year. "Most people don't realize how prevalent it is and how many cases we've got. We have a pretty good case load,” she said. Full story...
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Annual Home Tour sneak peak

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videoOwners of ten of downtown Wilmington’s most historic and unique homes will open their doors to the public this weekend as part of the Historic Wilmington Foundation's Annual Home Tour. Full story...
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Friends and family mourn drowning death of Cody Hammond

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videoA 15-year-old West Bladen High School student drowned Sunday afternoon, and on Monday, friends and family mourned his passing. Full story...
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Money Monday: Saving money on healthcare

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In this week's Money Monday we talk with Carol Highsmith from UNCW School Of Nursing about ways people can save money on health care. Full story...
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Study shows mercury not an issue with Carolinas Cement Plant

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A new study says mercury emissions from the proposed Carolinas Cement Plant in Castle Hayne would not adversely affect public health. Full story...
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Details on Sunday's nursing home shooting

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We are learning a bit more Monday about the man who allegedly shot 10 people at nursing home in Carthage, North Carolina in Moore County, 60 miles southwest of Raleigh. Full story...
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Woman killed in crash with NC police cruiser

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Authorities are investigating a crash between a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police cruiser and another vehicle in which a 20-year-old woman was killed and an officer and three other people were injured. Full story...
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Fort Bragg soldier wanted for questioning in NC

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Investigators in North Carolina want to talk to a Fort Bragg soldier about a shooting that killed one man and wounded another at a Spring Lake restaurant. Full story...
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Media company CEO talks in NC about online impact

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A North Carolina audience will hear about the Internet's effect on media from an executive whose company is feeling those effects. Full story...
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Police: Gunman's ex-wife worked at nursing home

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Police are looking into whether a gunman accused of killing eight people in a North Carolina nursing home may have targeted the facility because his estranged wife worked there. Full story...
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Driver is lucky after attempting to multi-task on the road

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A driver in Brunswick County Sunday got an important lesson on multi-tasking behind the wheel. Full story...
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St. Mary Catholic Church hosts Heroes Despite the Holocaust event

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Holocaust Remembrance Day is fast approaching and Sunday two religions joined forces to remember. Full story...
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Belles gather for tea before Azalea Festival

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The Cape Fear Garden Club hosted the tea and all 124 belles and their mothers were invited. The belles are a part of the Azalea Festival's Garden Tour, and they will appear at all of the homes on display. Full story...
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Bladen County residents picking up after tornadoes

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videoFolks in Bladen County spent Sunday picking up the pieces after two tornadoes touched down Saturday night; leaving a path of destruction. Full story...
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