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NC agents raid office, seize bullion and coins

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State officials issued a cease and desist order for the owners of a North Carolina investment business after a raid netted nearly $2 million in bullion and coins. Full story...
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Ex-workers of NC hospital convicted second time

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Two fired workers of a state mental hospital who had appealed a judge's ruling that they beat a patient have been convicted again by a jury, and this time their punishment is more severe. Full story...
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Possibility of an active hurricane season

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videoToday marks the official start to the 2009 hurricane season. For those of us on the coast, it is time to plan for what could be an active one. Full story...
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Gregory Elementary to hold public meeting over H1N1 cases

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Concerned New Hanover County parents will get their questions answered Monday night, after four students tested positive last week for the H1N1 virus. Full story...
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Deep Point Marina offers a new way to Bald Head Island

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This week marks a new way to get to Bald Head Island. Deep Point Marina, a new 40,000 square foot terminal, will open Tuesday. Full story...
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Leland man sentenced Monday after fleeing country

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The Leland man who fled to Central America last year while on trial in Brunswick County faces a judge Monday morning. Full story...
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Wrightsboro Baptist Church reveals layout for new community center

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A New Hanover County church is reaching farther into the community with plans to build a new community center. Wrightsboro Baptist Church members revealed the layout of their new 16,000 square foot multi-purpose building. Full story...
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Public hearing for Brunswick County proposed budget

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Brunswick County residents will get the chance to voice their concerns about the county's proposed budget. The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing Monday night. Full story...
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Cape Fear region helping to support Sudanese orphans

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videoThe country of Sudan is thousands of miles away, but many here in our area are doing what they can to help protect those from the civil war and genocide in the country, which has killed millions and left thousands orphaned. Full story...
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Bands battle at boardwalk in Carolina Beach

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The first ever Battle of the Bands was held as part of the Carolina Beach Boardwalk Makeover Program on Saturday. Full story...
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Step up for Soldiers hosts fishing event

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Memorial Day may be over, but military families were thanked for their service with a free fishing event at Kure Beach on Saturday. Full story...
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Wishnask's personnel file to possibly be opened

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videoJessica Wishnask was arrested over the weekend after police found her in the back seat of a car with a fifteen-year-old boy. During her tenure with New Hanover County, Wishnask was suspended twice, but managed to move on to another school district after she resigned. Full story...
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Will economy put public safety at risk?

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videoThe effects of the economy are hitting the criminal justice system. Hiring freezes are thinning departments, and the fear is that public safety could be at risk. Full story...
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Many students absent from Gregory and Snipes amidst H1N1 concerns

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Gregory Elementary School and Snipes Academy are still on high alert after four students were confirmed to have the H1N1 virus. The cases were confirmed Thursday by the ... Full story...
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Camping businesses well grounded

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videoTaking a family vacation is tough to afford in this economy. It seems many families are still vacationing, but their finding a cheaper way to do it, in the great outdoors. Full story...
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