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NADA's NC chair calls auto bailout a good step forward

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videoThe National Auto Dealers Association is the voice of local auto dealers across the country. NADA chair Annette Sykora called today's action, “The first step toward restoring consumer confidence." Full story...
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Toys galore at the Salvation Army giveaway

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videoFor the past few months, the Salvation Army has been collecting toy donations for needy families. Friday, all those donations were given out at the largest toy shop in the Port City. Full story...
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Man tased at fathers funeral now in jail

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Gladwyn Russ III just pleaded guilty to his most serious charge, possession of a firearm by a felon. Full story...
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Indecision about shipping Jose Montalvo's body

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video Montalvo's body is scheduled to arrive in Mexico on Saturday. However, Sanchez's attorney Eric Altman said the funeral home in Mexico told him if they didn't receive almost $3,500 by 5:00 p.m. Friday, they wouldn't pick up the body from the airport. Full story...
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Wilmington woman pleads guilty to murder and drug charges

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Anna Strickland faces anywhere between 17 to 20 years in prison. That includes her second degree murder charge and three additional drug trafficking charges. Full story...
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Boil water notice for Brunswick Forest residents

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Brunswick Sanitary District has issued a boil water notice for residents of the Brunswick Forest neighborhood. Full story...
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It was a Winter Wonderland at Fit for Fun Friday

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It is a bit early, but that didn't stop some young kids from getting into the Christmas spirit Friday at the Fit for Fun Center. Full story...
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Leland approves a $200,000 budget for water board

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Leland is one step closer to taking over water distribution for its residents. It is hoped that if the town takes over water distribution, it will have more control over customer service. Full story...
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National Labor Relations certifies unionization of Smithfield

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The National Labor Relations board has certified last weeks vote for unionization of the Smithfield Packing plant in Bladen County. Full story...
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Southeastern NC will receive federal funds for food and shelters

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Congressman Mike McIntyre announced Friday that southeastern North Carolina will receive over $600,000 in federal funds for food and shelters. Full story...
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Good as new

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videoBuying new can be overrated; at least that's the buzz since the economic downturn. But there may some truth to it. Sometimes it's just cheaper to fix what you've got, instead of buying the new stuff. Full story...
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NHRMC staff participates in the Adopt a Family program

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Christmas Day will be even more special for some local families, after New Hanover Regional Medical Center staff granted their wishes. Full story...
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Verizon call center donated gifts to ten needy families

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The holiday spirit was alive and well at the Verizon Wilmington call center Friday. Employees donated gifts for ten families who are under the care of Wilmington's Domestic Violence Shelter. Full story...
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Hearing Friday for Wilmington man accused of rape and beating

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Brian Reavis was not present in court Friday, but his attorney filed an insanity plea on his behalf. Full story...
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Truck hauling ammunition wrecks on NC road

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Authorities are still cleaning up after a tractor-trailer hauling small arms ammunitions wrecked on a North Carolina highway. Full story...
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