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Study shows mercury not an issue with Carolinas Cement Plant

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A new study says mercury emissions from the proposed Carolinas Cement Plant in Castle Hayne would not adversely affect public health. Full story...
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Details on Sunday's nursing home shooting

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We are learning a bit more Monday about the man who allegedly shot 10 people at nursing home in Carthage, North Carolina in Moore County, 60 miles southwest of Raleigh. Full story...
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Woman killed in crash with NC police cruiser

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Authorities are investigating a crash between a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police cruiser and another vehicle in which a 20-year-old woman was killed and an officer and three other people were injured. Full story...
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Fort Bragg soldier wanted for questioning in NC

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Investigators in North Carolina want to talk to a Fort Bragg soldier about a shooting that killed one man and wounded another at a Spring Lake restaurant. Full story...
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Media company CEO talks in NC about online impact

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A North Carolina audience will hear about the Internet's effect on media from an executive whose company is feeling those effects. Full story...
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Police: Gunman's ex-wife worked at nursing home

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Police are looking into whether a gunman accused of killing eight people in a North Carolina nursing home may have targeted the facility because his estranged wife worked there. Full story...
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Driver is lucky after attempting to multi-task on the road

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A driver in Brunswick County Sunday got an important lesson on multi-tasking behind the wheel. Full story...
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St. Mary Catholic Church hosts Heroes Despite the Holocaust event

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Holocaust Remembrance Day is fast approaching and Sunday two religions joined forces to remember. Full story...
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Belles gather for tea before Azalea Festival

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The Cape Fear Garden Club hosted the tea and all 124 belles and their mothers were invited. The belles are a part of the Azalea Festival's Garden Tour, and they will appear at all of the homes on display. Full story...
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Bladen County residents picking up after tornadoes

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videoFolks in Bladen County spent Sunday picking up the pieces after two tornadoes touched down Saturday night; leaving a path of destruction. Full story...
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Governor Perdue schedules Port City visit

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During her gubernatorial campaign, Bev Perdue said one of her first stops as governor would be Wilmington. It's been a few months, but that visit is finally scheduled.

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Smoking ban may pass this year

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For years, state legislators have been trying to pass a bill to ban smoking in bars and restaurants in North Carolina. Some representatives say this may be the year it passes. Full story...
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Adventure Sprint at Greenfield Lake Park

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People in search of an adventure found it Saturday at the seventh annual Adventure Sprint held at Greenfield Lake Park. Teams of two competed in five legs of the competition: running, biking, canoeing, and two mystery events. Full story...
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Medication disposal at New Hanover Regional Medical Center

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New Hanover Regional Medical Center hosted a free medication disposal event Saturday. People were invited to bring their old prescriptions, over the counter medications and even vitamins to be burned in special incinerators. Full story...
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National Passport Day

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Saturday was National Passport Day. UNCW held a passport fair to help first-timers apply and answer any questions. Full story...
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