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Juvenile nabbed for setting fire

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WPD officers responded to assist the Wilmington Fire Department behind P. T.’s Grill. WFD quickly extinguished a small fire in the woods. Officers located a 14–year-old male (juvenile) in the area, and upon questioning, he admitted that he was responsible for the fire. Full story...
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Study: Young children may make parents less fit

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A new study suggests kids might be to blame for new parents' bad health habits. Full story...
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NC considering paying students for good grades

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North Carolina legislators aiming to improve education are looking at whether to pay students for coming to class and earning good grades. Full story...
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NC official: auto insurers to profit from changes

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North Carolina's top insurance regulator says industry-backed changes in state law would lead to higher auto insurance rates. Full story...
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Sheriff gives grant money to SABLE

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Now that they share a helicopter, the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office gave Wilmington Police some big bucks to help pay for it. Full story...
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Weather Service says Shelby storm was a twister

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National Weather Service investigators have confirmed a tornado was responsible for damage to mobile homes and other structures north of Shelby. Full story...
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NC Central students told to aim for better grades

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An increase in academic standards at North Carolina Central University in Durham has put 500 students in danger of failing out of school. Full story...
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Flower girl dies, 2 bridesmaids injured in crash

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A flower girl has been killed and two bridesmaids injured when their car was hit head-on by another vehicle as they traveled to a wedding in Greenville. Full story...
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Runway landing aborted before High Point crash

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The National Transportation Safety Board says a pilot missed an initial attempt to land at a Greensboro airport just before the plane went into a house in High Point last month. Full story...
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BCC narrows president search to six

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The search for a new President of Brunswick Community College has entered its final stage with the selection of six highly-qualified finalists. All six finalists will spend a day at BCC’s main campus in Supply, including a Community Meet and Greet from 1 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. and a Faculty and Staff Meet and Greet from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Full story...
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