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More temporary worker layoffs at NC DOT

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Temporary worker layoffs have soared at the North Carolina Department of Transportation as sagging road-building revenues keep delaying projects. Full story...
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Early c-sections may result in health risks for the baby

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New research finds that babies born even a week early are at increased risk for health problems, and longer stays in the hospital. Full story...
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Lump to Laughter holding a clothes swap tonight

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The online breast cancer support group, Lump to Laughter, is holding its second annual Girl's Night Out clothes swap Thursday night at Poplar Grove Plantation.

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Cut the fat by replacing a few ingredients

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Cutting the fat and calories from your diet is not always easy, but dietitians say replacing a couple of ingredients can make all the difference. Full story...
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Unemployment numbers troubling, especially outside New Hanover County

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videoThe November unemployment numbers are out, and they're up for all 100 North Carolina counties. The state unemployment rate for November is 7.8%, up a full point from October. However, all of our surrounding counties are even higher than that, except for New Hanover County. Full story...
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Getting stiffed, what are the victim's rights?

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videoIf you've ever waited tables or driven a cab, it's probably happened to you. It's time for the person to pay, but they've already taken off. They stiff you. According to the law, that's theft. What rights do you have if you're the victim of a crime? Full story...
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Benefits of comparision shopping online

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videoWhether shopping for music or parts for your car, one benefit of the internet is the ability to comparison shop without leaving your chair. Full story...
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Two hospitalists now on staff at Columbus Regional Healthcare System

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Patient care is now more efficient in Columbus County, thanks to a new position at Columbus Regional Healthcare System. Full story...
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Local chef to cook for Governor Perdue

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videoPat Green, executive chef at Elijah's, is among a small group of chefs chosen to cook for the inaugural ball in Raleigh on Friday.

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iTunes coming up with new purchasing options

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Sales of music were down in 2008, so iTunes online music store is coming up with ways to help sales. Songs will soon come in three pricing tiers; $.69, $.99, and $1.29. Full story...
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Commission to reconsider Kure Beach sandbags

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A New Hanover County judge sandbagged the state's Coastal Resources Commission Tuesday. Full story...
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Snipes Elementary School to be demolished with new school in its place

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Snipes Elementary School, which is currently unoccupied, will soon come tumbling down. A $17 million school for arts and design will eventually go up in it's place along Chestnut Street. Full story...
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Spring enrollment is up at local community colleges

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It looks like some of the people who are out of work may be honing their skills at community college. Full story...
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City council looks at loosening panhandling regulations

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Wilmington City Council got back to work Tuesday night after the holiday break. Among the issues discussed was loosening downtown panhandling regulations. Full story...
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PBS series Antique Roadshow coming to Raleigh

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Pull out the family china. Dust off that heirloom rocking chair. Antiques Roadshow is coming to Raleigh. Full story...
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