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MySpace hopes Facebook will follow suit as they clean their network

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Earlier this week, WWAY told you MySpace found 90,000 convicted sex offenders on it's social networking site. Those criminals got the boot, but many more may have slipped through the cracks. Full story...
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Murrayville Elementary School students became authors Friday

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Some newly published authors spent the day enjoying the work of their peers, and lending some words of support. Full story...
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Red Dress Luncheon raises money for heart disease

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It was a sea of red today at the Landfall Country Club. The ladies were dressed up for the annual Red Dress Luncheon to raise money for heart disease. Full story...
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Ocean Isle Beach book to hit shelves soon

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It features more than 200 color photos from Old Brunswick Town to Calabash, and plenty of stories from times gone by. Full story...
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Hundreds of dogs rescued from alleged puppy mill

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Animal rescue workers in eastern North Carolina have rescued about 300 dogs living in what investigators said was a puppy mill. Full story...
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Governor's office offers reward in woman's death

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The Governor's Office is offering a reward for information in the death of a North Carolina woman found dead in her driveway. Full story...
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NC investigator's accused killer faces new charges

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A North Carolina man charged with killing a state insurance investigator now faces more than two dozen embezzlement charges for keeping customer insurance premiums. Full story...
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Security boosted when students with guns arrested

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Two students have been arrested after unloaded shotguns were found in their car, leading officials to bring extra security to their North Carolina high school. Full story...
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NC bank using bailout funds for mortgages

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A North Carolina bank says it will use all the money it received from the federal government to fund mortgages to promote economic activity. Full story...
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Whats Happening: February 6-8

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videoIf you live in New Hanover or Brunswick County, it is a sweet weekend to head outdoors. Plus, there is a reason to pamper your pooch on Sunday. Full story...
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Drop-out rates statewide have declined

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New statewide school drop-out numbers are out, and they show the first decline in three years. Full story...
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NC Board of Transportation hands over authority to transportation secretary

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Thursday the board gave Transportation Secretary Gene Conti the authority to decide whether to award 18 million dollars in highway projects in eight counties. Full story...
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Colors can affect the way we think

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New research from the University of British Columbia provides the strongest evidence yet that colors can even change our thinking patterns. Full story...
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Rural dentists few and far between

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videoElizabethtown is the hub of Bladen County, and believe it or not, there are only four dentists there. Dentists say once they graduate from dental school, they owe thousands of dollars and can't afford to set up shop in rural communities. Full story...
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Who should get help voting?

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videoRight now, state law allows folks who are blind, illiterate, or physically unable to fill out a ballot to have help inside the voting booth, as long as they explain their problem to poll workers. However, State Senator RC Soles wants to change the law to allow anybody to bring anyone with them into the voting booth, no questions asked. Full story...
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