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Light at the end of the tunnel

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videoWith an unemployment rate of 9.7% in January, North Carolina rose to the sixth highest unemployment rate in the country. With tourist season right around the corner and support from the economic stimulus package on it's way, however, more jobs could be around the corner. Full story...
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Using online marketing to target the right customers for your business

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videoThe internet has changed the way we do business. Some companies that once needed buildings to sell goods now use the internet exclusively. Full story...
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Pedestrian safety a concern in New Hanover County

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videoFor eight consecutive years, AAA has rated New Hanover County as the state's most dangerous county for drivers. Statistics also show the county has become more dangerous for pedestrians. Between 2007 and 2008 the number of pedestrian fatalities on New Hanover County roads doubled. Full story...
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Poor third quarter earnings announced by Smithfield Foods

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Smithfield Foods, the leading pork processing plant in the country, just released their third quarter earnings. In the third quarter, Smithfield netted a loss of more than $100 million. Full story...
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Brunswick teen in custody for multiple charges

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A Brunswick County teenager is in custody tonight for allegedly stealing a car, and driving it from Wilmington to Leland. Full story...
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"About four" Wave Transit drivers suspended without pay

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A handful of Wave Transit bus drivers have been suspended for using their cell phones while behind the wheel. Full story...
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Hell's Kitchen reopens after three months

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A popular downtown Wilmington bar and restaurant is open for business once again. Hell's Kitchen opened its doors Thursday after being closed for almost three months. Full story...
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Queensboro is one shirt company that isn't folding

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videoSo often these days, we're deluged by news of what isn't working in our economy. It can get downright depressing, but here in the Cape Fear, all is not doom and gloom. For a business that hangs by a thread, this one is quite successful. Full story...
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Whats Happening: March 13-15

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videoWe hope you are in the mood for green this weekend. St. Patrick's Day festivities will be in full swing; plus, green is the theme of a home expo. Full story...
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NC police looking for man after finding 4 dead

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North Carolina authorities are looking for a man who may have information about the deaths of four people found in a Catawba County home. Full story...
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Report praises NC's improved graduation rate

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A new report shows North Carolina is among the top 10 states where high school graduation rates dramatically improved between 2002 and 2006. Full story...
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NC woman sues over 'Monster-in-Law' script

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A North Carolina woman has sued Jennifer Lopez, Jane Fonda and others associated with the making of the 2005 movie "Monster-in-Law," saying the movie was similar to a script she wrote years earlier. Full story...
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NC's High Point University continues to grow

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High Point University's president says the private school in North Carolina is weathering the economic storm so well that it continues to hire new staff and expects more students on campus this fall. Full story...
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NC's Ghost Town files for bankruptcy protection

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A mountaintop tourist park in North Carolina that has struggled financially since reopening almost two years ago has filed for bankruptcy protection. Full story...
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Salisbury panel to hear report on Blackmer house

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The Salisbury Historic Preservation Commission will learn more about a proposal to tear down a home that once belonged to an actor who starred in "Rosemary's Baby." Full story...
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