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Verizon Wireless bringing jobs to area

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There is good news on the local job front tonight. Verizon Wireless in Wilmington is looking to fill close to 160 positions. Full story...
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Rankin Street fire likely caused by cigarette

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A morning fire in an apartment in a house has two men looking for another place to stay. The fire broke out on the 900 block of Rankin Street in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Pesticide use in NC gets strict new record rules

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State officials are tightening rules on pesticide use in North Carolina. Full story...
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School districts want UNC system to give up $18M

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Local school districts want the University of North Carolina system to put $18 million into a school technology fund in response to a court case. Full story...
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Duke's Class of 2013 sets application record

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Duke University has set a school record for applications as more than 23,750 students apply for the incoming freshman class. Full story...
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NC chiefs told police officers need pay, sympathy

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An expert says North Carolina cities can keep trained police officers if they care about them. Full story...
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Can the convention center project survive the recession?

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videoIt has been almost one year since construction started on the Wilmington Convention Center. The financial meltdown caused some construction projects around the country to stop. So can the convention center project survive the recession? Full story...
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Waste Management discusses the best way to handle trash

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videoNew Hanover County's Solid Waste Advisory Committee is a week away from recommending to commissioners the best way to handle its trash. Full story...
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School redistricting issues in Brunswick County

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videoThe challenge of school redistricting has come to Brunswick County. The opening of Cedar Grove Middle and Town Creek Elementary schools means moving students. Full story...
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West Bladen student shot and killed after basketball game Monday night

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Nineteen-year-old Jahkee Sledge of Clarkton was shot in the torso at McDonald's after a high school basketball game. He was transported to Bladen County hospital, where he died. Full story...
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Golfers looking for affordable options

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videoThe economy is keeping area golfers close to home, and driving some out of private clubs and onto public fairways. Full story...
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Internet alcohol sales too easy for minors?

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videoMinors trying to purchase alcohol at retail stores is nothing new. But buying it over the internet? That's something a little different, and perhaps a lot easier to get away with. Full story...
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Two local schools are raising money for cancer research

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This year, two quilters collected donated fabrics from the community to create a red, white, and blue quilt. Full story...
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May soon be against the law to use your cell phone in the car

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If you talk on a cell phone while you drive, a government watchdog group says you are being driven to distraction. Full story...
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New basketball court in Carolina Beach causing some hoop-la

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videoCarolina Beach resident Paul Feldman feels during these tough economic times, the $20,000 budgeted for the basketball court should be spent on a senior center, a new library or something to stimulate the local economy. Full story...
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