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FIRST ON 3: Census 2010 Update - ILM, RDU & CLT showed the most growth; Hispanics 8% of state population

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video Figures reported Wednesday by the U.S. Census Bureau show that North Carolina's overall population jumped more than 18 percent from 2000 to 2010 and now totals more than 9.5 million. Much of the growth has come in areas around Charlotte, Raleigh and Wilmington. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: 'OTH' fans make pilgrimage to Port City

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The cast and crew of "One Tree Hill" was spotted filming at Battleship Park today. Diehard fans lined the set, hoping to get a glimpse of their favorite stars. Full story...
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Oak Island's 'Teen Mom 2' on cover of upcoming Us Weekly

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video Jenelle Evans, one of the co-stars of MTV's "Teen Mom 2" reality series and Oak Island native, will be featured on an upcoming cover of US Weekly. Full story...
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Check out Dr. Markley's 2011-12 budget for New Hanover County Schools

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Here's a link to check our Dr. Tim Markley's upcoming budget for New Hanover County Schools... Full story...
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Historic map returns to Battleship NC

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A piece of history has returned to the Battleship North Carolina. Full story...
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Bill to eliminate four tests advances in NC Senate

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Legislation that would eliminate four standardized end-of-course exams in North Carolina's public schools is moving forward over a judge's argument that ending them would violate the state constitution. Full story...
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NC midwife supporters want expanded home births

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Advocates for people who want to make home births more common in North Carolina are making their case for more liberal licensing rules to the General Assembly. Full story...
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School cafeteria workers accused of poison attempt

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Authorities say two North Carolina high school cafeteria employees have been arrested and accused of trying to poison their boss's tea. Full story...
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City leaders read by example

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Students at Alderman Elementary School in Wilmington got a special treat today. Volunteers including Wilmington's police chief, fire chief and mayor came out today to meet, greet and read with the kids. Full story...
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NC Red Cross seeks donors to rebuild blood supply

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Red Cross officials say blood donations have fallen behind in the Carolinas. Full story...
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