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Natural gas rates to possibly go down

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Piedmont Natural Gas Company today filed for a reduction in its billing rates for customers in North and South Carolina. Full story...
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School is back is session at Malpass Elementary

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videoThe sign in front of Malpass Corner Elementary School said it all, welcoming students back Monday, nine days after investigators say a 10-year-old student set a fire in a boy's bathroom. Full story...
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2 NC teens held after Klan-like hoods displayed

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Two teens are being held by police after a school custodian found white, Klan-like hoods displayed at a North Carolina high school. Full story...
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NC woman killed, daughter wounded in shooting

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Charlotte police say a man has killed his girlfriend and shot at two of her teenage children in their home. Full story...
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Road signs disappearing in Madison County

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Madison County officials, emergency personnel and local residents are dealing with an increase in stolen road name signs. Full story...
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Talented Salvation Army bell ringer bringing holiday cheer with music

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videoYou have probably seen the Salvation Army's bell ringers around town, but you may not have met one volunteer who uses another talent to ring up donations. Full story...
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International Paper to cut jobs by the end of the year

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International Paper plans to cut up to 1,500 jobs by the end of next year. The Tennessee-based company will cut mostly salaried positions. Full story...
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18th century style holiday at the Burgwin-Wright House

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Wilmington residents went back in time for a taste of Christmas. The Burgwin-Wright House opened its doors Sunday to the public for an 18th century style holiday. Full story...
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Fewer Pet Adoptions

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videoThe weak economy is not only affecting people, it's hurting animals too. Shelters are packed because few people are able to adopt. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach School Break In

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Wrightsville Beach detectives are investigating vandalism at a local school. Full story...
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Swimming Scuba Santa

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Santa was swimming in the giant tank with all the sharks and fish at the Ft. Fisher Aquarium. Full story...
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Charities Suffering this Holiday Season

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video'Tis the season for charitable donations. But the Salvation Army and area churches say it's been the slowest season in more than a decade. Full story...
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Wilmington Railroad Museum home to Christmas readings

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Mom and dad had a little break from bed time stories this evening. They brought their kids to the Wilmington Railroad Museum for a special Christmas tale. Full story...
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Suspicious letter intercepted

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The U.S. Postal Service intercepted a suspicious letter heading to Governor Easley. Easley's office confirmed that our state is one of 36 states that have found letters containing suspicious powder. Full story...
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Leland celebrates 16th Annual Christmas Festival

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It looked a lot like Christmas in Leland Saturday, as the own celebrated its 16th Annual Christmas Festival. The holiday spirit was kindled, beginning with a Christmas parade, floats, automobiles, and musical groups. Full story...
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