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McIntyre hosts jobs summit

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Job creation was the topic at a summit Rep. Mike McIntyre hosted at Cape Fear Community College today. Full story...
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Impostor grandchildren scam the elderly for big bucks

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Jim and his wife of Wilmington, N.C., for example, received a call last month from a man saying he was their grandson. The man said he had been in a car accident while traveling in the Dominican Republic. After explaining his injuries and that he badly needed money to get out of jail and return to the United States, the man begged Jim, 78, not to tell his "parents" and blamed his voice change on the accident. Full story...
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NC Big Sweep wins big grant

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A group that helps keep North Carolina clean has won a grant to support its work. Full story...
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Juror in Gastonia murder case cites harassment

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A juror in the trial of a man convicted of killing a University of North Carolina Charlotte student says he's being harassed. Full story...
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Part of Carolina Beach urged to boil water

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Maintenance work in Carolina Beach has led the town to urge water customers in some areas to boil their water until further notice. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Brunswick County DA throws shot across the bow of Teen Mom's attorney

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Brunswick County District Attorney Jon David's office emailed the following memo out to the media this morning, apparently reminding "Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans' attorney regarding what he can and can't talk about as the case works through the legal system .... Full story...
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Asheville highway dropped from NC DOT plans

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Funding for a by-pass that was planned to give motorists a safer route through Asheville has been dropped from the North Carolina Department of Transportation's 10-year plan. Full story...
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Feds' rail money could slow down in NC House bill

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North Carolina's new slice of money from the federal government to improve Piedmont passenger train service could be pushed back under legislation being considered by state lawmakers. Full story...
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Swain County DSS director suspended during probe

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The director of the Swain County Department of Social Services has been placed on leave while police investigate the death of a toddler who was being monitored by the agency. Full story...
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Marino on Money: March 29, 2011

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video Buying a car can be a stressful process especially if you're not prepared before you head to the lot. So in tonight's Marino on Money, Ross Marino gives you the tools you need before you sign the dotted line. Full story...
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