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NC police say Outer Banks auto break-ins on rise

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Police on North Carolina's Outer Banks say they saw more vehicle and residential break-ins this winter than usual and thieves were primarily after electronic devices. Full story...
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Report: GMAC finance adding jobs with NC expansion

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A Charlotte city councilman says the city will get hundreds of new jobs as GMAC Financial Services expands. Full story...
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Former NC liquor law enforcement agent sentenced

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A federal judge has sentenced the former head of a liquor law enforcement agency in North Carolina to 15 months in prison for taking money that was seized during investigations. Full story...
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NC prison bus in wreck, 2 inmates hospitalized

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Police say a North Carolina prison bus has been involved in a wreck that sent two inmates and the driver of a car to a hospital. Full story...
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NC drought council meeting to discuss rainfall

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Members of the North Carolina Drought Management Advisory Council are meeting to discuss the future dry conditions they expect in the state, despite recent rainfall in some areas. Full story...
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NC treasurer Cowell announces offices changes

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North Carolina State Treasurer Janet Cowell says she'll change how her office does business so the public can see more clearly how investment decisions are made. Full story...
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NoPort Southport meets with Boiling Spring Lakes residents

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videoAs the North Carolina Ports Authority continues to plan for an international terminal in Southport, neighbors continue to do their homework. Full story...
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New text message hoax circulating

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Wilmington Police and New Hanover County deputies have received calls saying there is a text message/email hoax going around again. Full story...
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NC unemployment rates top 10 percent, NHC slightly below that

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videoState unemployment rates are at a 25 year high, and unfortunately, most of our area has a jobless rate higher than the state average. Full story...
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Southeast NC population growing, despite unemployment numbers

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videoDespite the unemployment numbers, people are still moving to North Carolina. Though the growth rate has slowed a bit, new numbers from the US Census Bureau shows our piece of paradise is still a desirable place to live. Full story...
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Georgia-Pacific will close its doors in May

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videoGeorgia-Pacific was at one time, Columbus County's fifth largest employer, providing about 450 jobs. But beginning in October, it has been rounds of layoffs; now the end is in sight. Full story...
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Being proactive can save your kids from the dangers of sexting

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If teens get caught with these nude pictures, the charges can be devastating. They could face child pornography charges, a felony, and possibly have to register as a sex offender. Full story...
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BASF's Wilmington plant prepares to close its doors

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At the end of the month BASF's Wilmington plant will close its doors. Thirty-three jobs will be eliminated when the company closes its vitamin plant on the March 31st. Full story...
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Boseman takes step to block Titan plant

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State Senator Julia Boseman upped the ante Thursday in the move to block Titan from building a cement plant near Wilmington.

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Marine Technology program at CFCC may stay afloat

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Perdue announced this week in her budget proposal, funding for marine programs will remain. CFCC officials said they will continue to keep their fingers crossed as the budget waits for legislative approval. Full story...
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