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Lady charged in scam

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A Fayetteville woman has been accused of lying to a support group about cancer and her son's death in Iraq to get more than $6,000. Full story...
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NC's largest city freezes hiring, expenses

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North Carolina's largest city is preparing for an economic decline by putting a freeze on hiring and other expenses. Full story...
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Man guilty of trafficking minors for sex

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A man has pleaded guilty in federal court in Charlotte to charges that he trafficked undocumented Latino women and girls for commercial sex. Full story...
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Former NC ethanol company officials face charges

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A federal grand jury has charged two former executives at a company seeking to build an ethanol plant in eastern North Carolina with conspiring to commit extortion and bribery. Full story...
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Carolinas Cement discuss issues of employment and environment

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videoCarolinas Cement held its second public workshop Tuesday night to answer questions about the proposed Castle Hayne plant. Although there were several information tables, most attention seemed to be focused on the environment and employment. Full story...
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Layoffs in Columbus County could lead to better jobs

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videoColumbus County already has one of the highest unemployment rates at 8.5% in southeastern North Carolina. And that is not counting the 417 Georgia-Pacific employees who will be laid off in December. Full story...
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Deadline for voter registration

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If you want to vote on Election Day, you must be registered by Friday, October 10, 2008 at 5:00 p.m. That is the deadline to register to vote on November 4, 2008. If you miss the deadline, all is not lost. Full story...
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New Hanover County School Board Eliminates Options 5 & 6 for Redistricting Plan

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videoWhat was supposed to be a routine school board meeting turned quite eventful Tuesday night. Before Tuesday there were three options on the table, but two were taken out of the equation Tuesday night.

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Kids learning about the economy

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videoThe economy and the $700 billion bailout plan has many people scratching heads. Wall Street is down a thousand points since the bailout plan was passed. Kids at Murray Middle school attempted to understand what is going on in the economy. Full story...
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Former teacher settles lawsuit over pregnancy

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Fire near St. James Plantation

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videoA fire quickly burned and spread through 50 acres of land Tuesday afternoon in Brunswick County. The fire was self contained, but earlier Tuesday the visibility in the area was low. Full story...
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Economic Outlook Conference at UNCW Tuesday

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videoLocal economists say our region is still in better shape than the rest of the nation. They spoke about it today at UNCW's 5th Annual Economic Outlook Conference. Full story...
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Businesses can benefit financially by going green

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One feature of the bailout may help shine a little light on some green businesses. Advanced Green Technologies say they have already seen an increase in calls since the government approved a 30 percent federal tax rebate with the bailout. Full story...
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Full house at second redistricting meeting

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videoIt was a full house at Eaton Elementary School Monday night. Passionate parents gathered for the second public meeting about redistricting New Hanover County next year. There was overwhelming support for keeping year-round schools in place. Full story...
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Man with axe attacks deputy

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It was an unnerving start to the week for a Brunswick County deputy. Deputy Justin Stadler responded to a break-in call on Dogwood Road in Winnabow around three o’clock Monday afternoon, to find a man standing in the road holding an axe. Full story...
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