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NC county leaders win case at US Supreme Court

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The US Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Pender County commissioners who sued the state of North Carolina over redistricting. Full story...
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Oak Island would like your thoughts on Yaupon Pier

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The Town of Oak Island wants to buy the pier for $1.7 million. So far, they have $800,000 in grants. The town received bids for financing the rest. Full story...
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Screening children for high cholesterol

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The high rate of childhood obesity in the US has prompted some pediatricians to start screening kids for high cholesterol. Full story...
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Burn gets out of control in Boiling Spring Lakes

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A prescribed burn in Brunswick County got out of control Monday afternoon. Although there are several nearby homes, none of them had to be evacuated. Full story...
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Indictment delayed for Anthony Pierce

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videoThe grand jury decision on whether to indict Anthony Pierce has been put off until Tuesday morning. Pierce was driving the vehicle Wilmington police officers were chasing the night Officer Rich Matthews crashed his car and died. Full story...
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UNCW education job fair hosts record number of teachers-to-be

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videoWith the national unemployment rate over eight percent, competition for jobs is becoming even fiercer. Full story...
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Judge drops lawsuit against Brunswick County School Board

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A federal judge has dropped a law suit against the Brunswick County School Board regarding a sexual relationship between a former student and former teacher. Full story...
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Google's Tip Jar serves as a forum to share economic advice

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videoIt seems everyone's looking for ways to save these days. Google’s new application “Tip Jar” might help us do just that. Full story...
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New Hanover County puts off layoffs

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New Hanover County employees will have to wait another week to find out if they'll keep their jobs. Full story...
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NC officials find charred remains in burning car

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Officials have discovered charred skeletal remains in a car found burning in a drainage ditch along a North Carolina street. Full story...
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NC sheriff defends immigration deportation program

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A North Carolina sheriff says he'll continue to use a controversial program that allows deputies to report suspected illegal immigrants after they're arrested on other charges. Full story...
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NC museum restores rare Higgins boat

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A World War II landing craft that may be one of only 12 remaining has been restored at a North Carolina museum and returned to its owners. Full story...
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Another NC farmers market to accept food stamps

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The Rockingham County Farmers Market is the latest in North Carolina to begin accepting electronic benefits transfer cards, traditionally known as food stamps. Full story...
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Perdue readies for first speech to NC Legislature

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Beverly Perdue gives her first speech as governor to the Legislature as she tries to manage North Carolina's worst budget problems in a generation. Full story...
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NC author in court on various drug, fraud charges

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Best-selling author Kaye Gibbons will appear before a North Carolina judge on prescription drug fraud charges. Full story...
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