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'Teen Mom' fight video worth upwards of $45,000?

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E! Online reports the fight video involving Brunswick County's "Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans and Oak Island resident Britany Truett was sold for $45,000 to TMZ. Full story...
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Atlantic Beach residents to pay for beach parking

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Atlantic Beach plans to charge town residents and visitors to park near the ocean. Full story...
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Murder victim, suspect may have been friends

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video A friendship gone horribly wrong. Micheal Smith, whose body was found in a Monkey Junction parking lot may have been friends with his accused killer Charles Saliba. Full story...
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Perdue's security vigilant but unchanged after threat

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Earlier this week a man was arrested for allegedly saying, "When you see Bev Perdue with a .38 slug in her head, I did it." The man had apparently gotten angry at a DMV office when he made the comment. Full story...
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Governor talks jobs during visit

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video The governor is making several stops around the state on a "jobs tour." We wanted to know what specifically she has in the works for southeastern North Carolina when it comes to jobs. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: 'Teen' fight victim -- I'm gonna sue! reports TMZ.com

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The woman who got her butt kicked by "Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans wants to go another round with her attackers ... but this time in court. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: County manager responds to Berger allegations

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We followed up with New Hanover County Manager Bruce Shell today and asked him about the allegations County Commissioner Brian Berger made in an email Monday saying county staff was withholding or filtering information that he requested and approving secret meetings that he was not invited to. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Berger now wishes he hadn't sent "manifesto" email

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"It does read like a manifesto," Berger said, "And it is certainly conducive to to creating the perception that I'm a crazy person, because it's typically crazy people that write manifestoes, but I don't live in a log cabin in the woods in Montana." Full story...
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Card by Mexican consulate refused n NC House bill

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An identification card issued by the Mexican consulate would no longer be considered acceptable ID to prove residency in North Carolina to get government services in legislation tentatively approved in the House. Full story...
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NC could approve concealed guns in parks, eateries

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North Carolina lawmakers are moving toward allowing people with concealed handgun permits into more restaurants and into public parks, but not necessarily when children are involved in sporting events. Full story...
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