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Repairs underway on Battleship's hull

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The Battleship North Carolina officially started its hull repairs on the starboard bow today. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Downtown Wilmington sees surge in new business

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New Businesses are finding their home in Downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Brunswick County bank robbed

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The Brunswick County Sheriff's is searching for a man who robbed a bank this afternoon. Full story...
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Bond denied for 7 suspects in Durham woman's death

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Bond has been denied for seven men and women who are accused in the death of a woman whose body police believe was discovered buried behind a Durham house. Full story...
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NC revises number of Confederate war dead downward

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A North Carolina researcher says no more than 35,000 Confederate soldiers from the state died in the Civil War, about 5,000 fewer than the long-held count that allowed the state to claim more casualties than any other state. Full story...
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NC lawmakers plan vote to drop charter school cap

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The General Assembly is gearing up to remove the limit on North Carolina's experiment with charter schools. Full story...
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Forecasters say La Nina climate condition over

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The La Nina phenomenon that may have helped boost last year's hurricane season and this spring's tornadoes has ended. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Commissioner Berger's work history

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While New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger has tried to keep his work history and status under wraps from the media and the public, there is an online and paper trail that outlines where and when he's worked. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Judge Jolly's attorney moves to dismiss DA David's appeal to NC Supreme Court

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Since Jon David has no authority to petition for a writ in the name of the State of North Carolina, the Petition should be summarily dismissed. In the alternative, the Petition for a writ of mandamus should be denied, since Petitioner, Jon David, has no clear right to an administrative traffic court or administrative traffic court days. Full story...
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General Assembly police called in to deal with angry parents at Senate committee meeting

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North Carolina General Assembly police officers were brought in to keep the peace after parents of children with disabilities were unhappy a meeting ended before they could speak about a bill that would change how Medicaid services are offered. Full story...
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