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Whiteville cashes in on show business

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It was lights, camera, action today in Columbus County. The cast and crew of the movie "Hick" set up to film in historic downtown Whiteville. Full story...
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Queen Azalea pretty in pink for official portrait

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The Queen has arrived, and could not be happier to represent the 64th Annual North Carolina Azalea Festival. Full story...
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Azalea Garden Tour: Randazzo Garden

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video Our next stop on this year's tour takes us marshside to the Randazzo home. This garden is as beautiful as the home's French architecture. Full story...
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Azalea Garden Tour: Frelke Garden

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video Once the Queen cuts the ribbon Friday morning on the Azalea Garden Tour, you can visit a garden that has a taste of both beauty and history. Full story...
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Safety device makes difference in high-speed crash

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The Toyota sedan hit a safety device mounted on the back of a DOT work truck. DOT officials say the crash impact attenuator is designed for the situations like this, and is the reason no one was killed. Full story...
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Teen pregnancies reach record low

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Teen pregnancies in the US are at a record low. That's according to new statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Full story...
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Home Tour: Burns-Huggins House

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video The Burns-Huggins House on North 7th Street has had its share of ups and downs. After suffering a devastating fire last February, homeowner Suzanne Stanley has it restored and ready for this year's Azalea Festival Historic Home Tour. Full story...
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Unemployment down in southeastern NC

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Unemployment rates dropped in February in all five of our counties. In fact, the rate went up in just one of North Carolina's 100 counties. Full story...
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Thousands of starfish land on Grand Strand beaches

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The unsettled weather along the South Carolina coast has caused thousands of starfish to wash on shore at Myrtle Beach. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Driver on-scene when bicyclists were hit talks to WWAY

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video Rob Miller was driving down River Road Sunday morning when he passed two men riding their bicycles. He didn't think anything of them until he looked back in his rear-view mirror and saw them get hit by a car. Full story...
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