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Honey season not too sweet

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videoThe buzz from Columbus County is that there's a honey shortage. More than six hundred miles from the bankers on Wall Street the worker bees on Mill Pond Road are experiencing a recession of their own. Full story...
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Familiar faces will be missing from One Tree Hill

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The public relations office for the show confirms that Chad Michael Murray and Hilarie Burton will not be returning as Lucas Scott and Peyton Sawyer-Scott. Full story...
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Indo Jax puts on surf camp for Community Boys and Girls Club of Wilmington

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videoThe children from the Community Boys and Girls Club of Wilmington are getting plenty of good tips from the instructors at Indo Jax Surf School. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride Wrightsville Beach: Lumina Pavilion

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videoThis month we are exploring the oceanside town of Wrightsville Beach. Anna Jarnagin, a fourth grade student at Wrightsville Beach Elementary School, tells us about the history of the Lumina Pavilion. Full story...
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Follow-up on body found near Holden Beach Pier

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There is new information on the body found early Tuesday morning, near the Holden Beach Pier. Forty-three-year old Ohio resident, Daniel Anderson, was found dead around 6:00 a.m. Tuesday, laying face-down on the beach. Full story...
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Marino on Money: May 13

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videoThis week, Marino on Money focuses on real estate. Today, Ross continues his discussion about whether it is a good time to buy that house. Full story...
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MeadWesvaco to close NC plant

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MeadWesvaco says it is closing a plant in North Carolina and shifting production to other facilities. Full story...
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NC investigating death of 91-year-old patient

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North Carolina state investigators will look into the death of a 91-year-old Alzheimer's patient who was found dead in a field after wandering away from an Iredell County assisted living home. Full story...
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Most NC judges agree to voluntary pay cut

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Officials say most judges in North Carolina have agreed to voluntary pay cuts like those being imposed on state employees. Full story...
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NC legislator seeks ban on plastic bags on coast

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A North Carolina legislator wants to ban plastic shopping bags in counties along the Outer Banks, saying they are a trashy eyesore when blowing along beaches. Full story...
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NC lawmakers trying to get bills in under deadline

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The North Carolina General Assembly is working overtime to clear out its files of hundreds of bills before a self-imposed deadline. Full story...
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Hagan seeks answers on Lejeune water contamination

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Sen. Kay Hagan says she is working to get answers about past water contamination at a North Carolina Marine base. Full story...
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Oak Island mayor drops forced annexation

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videoOak Island has been in the process of trying to annex about 1,600 people. Tuesday night, in a surprising change of direction, Oak Island Mayor Johnie Vereen has challenged all the cities in the state to abandon forced annexation. Full story...
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Wilmington man one of five Americans gunned down in Baghdad

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videoNavy Commander Charles Keith Springle, was one of five Americans gunned down in a military counseling clinic in Baghdad by a fellow American. Springle was based at Camp Lejeune but called Wilmington home. Full story...
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A Celebration of Hope honors victims of homicide

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A memorial service honoring victims of homicide took place in downtown Wilmington Tuesday night, called A Celebration of Hope. Full story...
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