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NC teacher gets disciplinary letter for comments

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A Fayetteville teacher whose classroom comments about John McCain drew the ire of viewers who saw the remarks on YouTube says she has received a disciplinary letter. Full story...
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NC city declares amnesty for month on ticket fees

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Officials in Greensboro have declared amnesty from parking ticket late fees for December. Full story...
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New sex offender rules are taking affect

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Stricter new rules governing sex offenders are taking effect in North Carolina. Full story...
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Mountain snow closes schools

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Snowfall in western North Carolina has caused closing of schools in a half dozen counties and a two-hour opening delay in at least one more. Full story...
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House fire Sunday night in Navassa

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A call came in to Brunswick County 911 dispatch at 10:15 p.m. Sunday night reporting the fire on Navassa Road. Full story...
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Ways to keep safe during holiday shopping

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videoWith the holiday shopping season in full swing you need to be careful when you're hitting the stores. Police see an increased number of crimes this time of year, but there are things you can do to keep you and your stuff safe. Full story...
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Cyber Monday Preview

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videoThe holiday shopping season kicked off with Black Friday's traditional door buster deals. As expected, malls were chaotic and dedicated shoppers were lined up as early as 2:00 a.m. to take advantage of the big sales. Full story...
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American Red Cross is hoping to boost the blood supply for holiday months

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videoThe Cape Fear Chapter of the American Red Cross needs your help. The organization is putting out the call for blood donations during a time when its supply is typically at its lowest. Full story...
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Many timeless toys still selling at downtown Wilmington store

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videoIt seems that all the popular toys you hear about during the holidays have to do with video or computer games. But according to one local toy store owner, many of the timeless toys from the 50's are still on people's list. Full story...
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Prairie Dog stolen from Tregembo Zoo

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Some young prairie dogs are without their father because of a bizarre robbery. Full story...
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Flotilla endures rainy weather

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videoThe North Carolina Holiday Flotilla began 25 years ago in an attempt to bring people to the beach in the winter time. According to the original flotilla president Martha Lee, it's been a success. Full story...
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Oyster roast cures leftover blues

If you're tired of coming up with ways to use leftover turkey, one area chef says he has just the solution by putting the turkey on hold to enjoy what makes living on the coast a plus, by eating seafood.
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Oyster roast cures leftover blues

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videoIf you're tired of coming up with ways to use leftover turkey, one area chef says he has just the solution by putting the turkey on hold to enjoy what makes living on the coast a plus, by eating seafood. Full story...
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Hurricane season wraps up as second most destructive on record

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videoHurricane season may have been quiet around here, but it was actually a very active season. With $54 billion in damage, it was the second most destructive season on record behind only the 2005 season. Full story...
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Local charities benefit from local craft fair

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Finding ways to stay dry was a benefit for business at a Wilmington craft fair Saturday. The 9th Annual Saint Mark's Craft Fair had more than 30 craft vendors with unique products and gifts. It was the spot for some peaceful shopping the day after Black Friday. Full story...
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