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Researchers to spend month digging at Brunswick Town, Fort Anderson

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For the next month, archaeologists will study the historic Brunswick Town and Fort Anderson area to see if they can uncover any more information about the site. Full story...
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NC House votes on protecting drug makers in court

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North Carolina could become just the second state in the country to protect pharmaceutical companies from almost all lawsuits for the harm a drug may cause. Full story...
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Wildfire brings air quality alert to parts of NC

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An air quality advisory is in effect for northeastern North Carolina as smoke from a wildfire in Dare County continues drifting northward. Full story...
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New dive planned for Blackbeard artifacts in NC

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Researchers and divers will soon be looking for pirate treasure off the North Carolina coast. Full story...
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Sniper training surprises Asheville residents

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A police exercise to practice how to respond to a sniper incident caught some people by surprise in Asheville. Full story...
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Birth rates rise as Fort Bragg soldiers return

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Soldiers home from deployment mean more babies at Fort Bragg's Womack Army Medical Center. Full story...
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Man arrested for robbing pharmacy

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New Hanover County Sheriff's deputies have arrested a man they say robbed a Wilmington pharmacy at gunpoint. Wayne Berry, 34, is charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Stars: 'One Tree Hill' coming back for season 9

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"One Tree Hill" is coming back for at least part of a ninth season. Stars Sophia Bush and Austin Nichols Tweeted Tuesday afternoon that the CW has ordered 13 new episodes for next season. Full story...
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Pender County inmates to be tracked with GPS ankle monitors

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Some inmates in Pender County will soon be allowed to walk around freely before going to trial. Full story...
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Brunswick County faces big tax rate hike

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videoThe Brunswick County Manager suggested the county go revenue neutral in order to make up for the county's depreciated property value. Although this means property tax bills may stay the same from some, other folks may see a considerable hike. Full story...
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