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Denny's apologizes for NC breast-feeding incident

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An official with the Denny's restaurants has met with a North Carolina woman who says she was harassed when she was approached about breast-feeding her child in an Asheville restaurant. Full story...
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Some at UNC don't want ex-Bush official speaking

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Some faculty and students at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill don't want former Attorney General Michael Mukasey as the law school graduation speaker this year. Full story...
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State Highway Patrol to monitor teenage driving

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The state Highway Patrol is launching a campaign aimed at reducing the number of teenage related traffic accidents in North Carolina. Full story...
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7-year-old western NC boy bitten 60 times by dog

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The mother of a 7-year-old boy says her son was mauled by a dog and suffered 60 bites to his neck, throat and face and can't talk because of a punctured voice box. Full story...
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Hundreds gather Sunday night to pay their respects to Officer Matthews

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videoSunday night, Wilmington police and firemen, state troopers, and highway patrol were among hundreds of people who honored the Wilmington police officer killed in the line of duty last week. Full story...
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Phone scam attempts to get your credit card information

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videoWe have received several calls and e-mails about a suspicious text message circulating around Wilmington. The text cites fraudulent activity on bank accounts, but consumers should beware. Full story...
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Work on Wrightsville Beach drawbridge starts Monday night

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Work on the Wrightsville Beach drawbridge begins Monday night. The bridge will be left in the upright position overnight, for three nights, until Wednesday, February 25th. Full story...
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Officer punched in face after breaking up fight downtown

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A Wilmington police officer trying to break up a fight downtown early Sunday morning was punched in the face. Full story...
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North Myrtle Beach wants bikers to know they are welcomed

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Promoters sent the e-mail aiming to lure some biker business and clarify that the same strict rules in Myrtle are not in place for bikers. Full story...
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Over $168,000 lottery prize still unclaimed

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If you bought a Carolina Cash Five ticket in Apex last year, there could be $168,716 coming to you. Full story...
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Bladen County efforts to fight gang violence continue

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Efforts continue to battle gang activity in Bladen County. These efforts stem in part from the shooting of 19-year-old Jakhee Sledge outside of a McDonald’s last month. Full story...
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Traffic advisories for Officer's memorial service

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A memorial service for Officer Richard Matthews will take place Monday at 1:00 pm, at St. Mark's Catholic Church on Eastwood Road. If you are attending the service, or will be traveling through that part of town, be aware of possible delays. Full story...
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Taking the plunge to help Special Olympics

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videoThe sun might have been shining Saturday, but it did little to warm up those who decided to take the polar plunge. A huge crowd participated in this year’s event to raise money for the Special Olympics. Participants took a dip in the frigid ocean and most immediately ran right back out. Full story...
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Moore's Creek anniversary attracts visitors

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History came to life today in Pender County. This weekend marks the 233rd anniversary of the Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. Full story...
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Kids get airborne

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videoThirty kids walked around Stag Air Park in Burgaw with butterflies in their stomachs, but big smiles on their faces waiting their turn for an exhilarating ride in a two-seater airplane. Full story...
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