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River Road reopens as victim is identified

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New Hanover County Sheriff's deputies closed a stretch of River Road early this morning as they investigate what they say is a homicide. Full story...
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Bill introduced that would make NC restaurants and bars smoke-free

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North Carolina House Majority Leader Hugh Holliman introduced a bill in the legislature Wednesday that would also include all indoor worksites and public places. Full story...
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North Carolina continues to remember Coach Yow

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In Raleigh, the community came together Wednesday night to honor her and pay tribute to a woman who managed to inspire so many people. Full story...
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Legislators battle with state budget cuts

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videoThe state is on track for a two billion dollar shortfall this year, and legislators are trying to figure out how to cut perhaps as much as three billion dollars out of next year's budget that starts July 1st. Full story...
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First-ever class at Mosley Center receives diplomas

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The seven members of the first-ever class at the Mary Mosley Performance Learning Center received their diplomas Wednesday. Full story...
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New park in Wilmington opens Thursday

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A ribbon cutting takes place at James E.L. Wade Park at 3500 Bethel Road. It begins at 10:30 Thursday morning. Full story...
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Police make arrests in two Wilmington murders

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videoThe Wilmington Police Department made arrests in the Daryon Walker and Dyuane Simpson murder cases Wednesday afternoon. Full story...
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Bargain hunters beware of liquidation sales

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videoLiquidation signs are popping up in retail windows around the country, but in a tough economy, customers need to be leery. Full story...
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Immigrants become US citzens in Southport

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videoAt Wednesday’s naturalization ceremony in Southport, 98 people became US citizens. For Rafael Torres and many others, citizenship has been a long time coming. “This is the end of the process today, after basically 1999 when I arrived in North Carolina." Full story...
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New company to use Port of Wilmington

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More business is on the way for the Port of Wilmington Independent Container Line has signed on to begin weekly service between Wilmington, and northern Europe and the United Kingdom. The weekly trips will start in late March. Full story...
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Star News classifieds down by thirty percent

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The New York Times Company is battling along with the rest of the newspaper industry to remain upright during the financial meltdown. The Star News, which is owned by the Times, has seen a decrease in in classifieds and ad revenue as well. Full story...
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Career Day at Leland Middle School

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Twenty-one area professionals visited the students at Leland Middle School and explained all that is involved with their careers. The students heard from a pediatrician, veterinarian, district attorney and even a Screen Gems stunt man, among others. Full story...
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Perdue says spending cut proposals not good enough

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Gov. Beverly Perdue is telling North Carolina state agencies to look harder for spending cuts after she received dozens of options to trim next year's budget.

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Dog eludes Jacksonville airport employees

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Employees at the Albert J. Ellis Airport in Jacksonville are trying to rescue a dog that has lived near the airport for more than a year. But they can't catch him. Full story...
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NC city trying to win cycling hall of fame

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Organizers in Greensboro are excited that they made the cut as a possible home for the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame after the North Carolina city made a late entry in the contest Full story...
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