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Man bitten by shark off NC coast

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A man from South Carolina was bitten Thursday afternoon while he was swimming in the Atlantic Ocean. Full story...
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Duke has first Hindu chaplain in school's history

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Duke University has a Hindu chaplain for the first time in its history. Full story...
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NC diners get hepatitis vaccine after ill worker

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Cumberland County health officials have administered more than 2,700 doses of hepatitis A immunizations after a worker at a local Olive Garden restaurant came down with the illness. Full story...
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Eno, Flaming Lips among big names at NC's Moogfest

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An annual festival celebrating a music pioneer who made Asheville his adopted hometown is drawing big names for its second year. Full story...
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Grocery auction may become reality TV show

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video Let the bidding begin! Call it a new trend in grocery shopping. Kurt and Missy Hefner travel the state auctioning off discount products to folks looking for a good deal. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Wilmington father loses kids to Social Services

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video Steven Alfano has had five kids removed from him by the New Hanover County Department of Social Services in the past few months. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: No charges filed in suicide of man under investigation for underage pornography

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While Mr. Cape’s decision to end his own life is certainly a tragic outcome, no criminal laws were violated by officers in connection with his death. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Catlin wrong about county credit downgrade

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video New Hanover County Commissioner Rick Catlin may have put his foot in his mouth this morning during a radio show. On the Big Talker FM this morning Catlin said just like the federal government Standard & Poor's had downgraded the county's credit rating to AA+. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Appears Bowden will get to dress out for football games

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A plan has been agreed upon for Brett to remain a part of the team that would also comply with North Carolina High School Athletic Association regulations. It will allow him to participate actively and give him the opportunity to feel as a part of his team. He will still be allowed to lead his team on the field and participate in pre and post-game activities. Full story...
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Anti-annexation petitions still have a long way to go

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The New Hanover County Board of Elections sent out 2,032 letters to affected property owners. The board is now reviewing the petitions it's gotten back so far.s gotten back so far. Full story...
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