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Pilot involved in crash dies

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There is more information in the plane crash that killed a Burgaw man. 80-year old Glenn Moore was flying his single engine plane that he built around one o'clock Thursday afternoon. Full story...
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NC arts school: Scholarships to drop by 50 percent

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Officials at the UNC School of the Arts in Winston-Salem say they expect the amount of money available for scholarships to drop by 50 percent next year. Full story...
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NC to host regional discussion on health reform

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Gov. Beverly Perdue has announced that North Carolina will host a regional discussion on health reform, one of five such forums the Obama administration is conducting across the country. Full story...
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Are you wondering where your state tax refund is?

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North Carolina's tax office said refunds are slow in getting out because it is worried about issuing too many checks at once. Full story...
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Third case of rabies found in New Hanover County

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A sick raccoon that was approaching residents in the area of South Cardinal Drive tested positive for the virus. Full story...
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Green building can save money

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videoFor environmental enthusiasts tax rebates aren't the reason they got into green building, but it could be one reason the industry is growing. Full story...
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Plane makes emergency landing in Burgaw back yard

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videoJust after 1 o'clock Thursday, a single engine plane went down in a family’s backyard off John Humphrey Road near Stag Air Park in Burgaw. Full story...
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Boiling Spring Lakes woman continues to fight city on code violations by neighbors

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videoAt the heart of the issue is what Anita Pinckney says is garbage in one neighbor's yard, and mistreated animals in the other. Pickney said the city takes little to no action when it comes to her complaints about code violations. Full story...
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UNCW nursing students host health fair

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Dozens of UNCW nursing students hosted a health fair at the Martin Luther King Community Center. The fair was geared towards helping seniors age healthy. The fair offered activities, demonstrations and health screenings. Full story...
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Wilmington business hit with layoffs

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There are more layoffs for another local business. The Terex Crane Company announced layoffs for about 30 workers at their Wilmington location off of Carolina Beach Road.

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Malfunction leads to Brunswick County power outage

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About 40,000 Brunswick Electric customers were without power for a few hours today. The company was working with Progress Energy to make upgrades to a transmission line early this morning, when a piece of equipment malfunctioned. Full story...
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Woman dies after being hit by car last week

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Thirty-five-year old Nicole Harrison was struck in the 7400 block of Market Street in Ogden the night of February 23. She had been in the intensive care unit at Chapel Hill and died yesterday afternoon. Full story...
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Where is the stimulus money going to be spent in North Carolina?

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videoWe have been hearing all about $6.1 billion in economic recovery plan money coming to North Carolina, but where is that money going to be spent? Full story...
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Another power outage planned downtown

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The city's repairs on the Water Street bulkhead are nearly complete, but not without a third power outage for surrounding businesses. Full story...
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Eight more days of construction on Wrightsville Beach drawbridge

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Looks like construction on the Wrightsville Beach drawbridge is going to take longer than expected. Full story...
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