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Marines charged in murder make court appearance

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Two Camp Lejeune Marines were in court today, facing charges stemming from the death of Lieutenant Holly Wimunc. Full story...
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Volunteer-based organizations struggling to find help

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videoWith a struggling economy and talk of a recession, more volunteer-based organizations are having difficulty finding people able to donate their time. Full story...
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Hampstead public water access

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videoWith no public boat ramps in Hampstead, boaters who don't have access to private ramps have to drive to other towns. Full story...
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NC legislators approve more money to help oyster population

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videoOysters are one of nature's ways to clean our waters. State legislators just approved more than $6 million to help oyster populations. Full story...
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Titan America applies for air quality permit

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videoTitan America has applied for an air quality permit for that proposed and controversial facility in Castle Hayne. Full story...
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Legislature passes new storm water rules

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New storm-water rules for 20 coastal counties are on the way. Full story...
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Man receives shocking reply from Countrywide Mortgage Company

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videoA local homeowner facing tight times wrote a letter seeking help with his mortgage, and was shocked by the response. Full story...
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FedEx seeks incentives for Greensboro center

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Guilford County commissioners plan a public hearing this week on whether to provide nearly $1 million in incentives for FedEx Ground's proposed shipping center. Full story...
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State: Man shot in patrol car had not been cuffed

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A report says a man shot to death by a state trooper in his patrol car after the man attacked the officer with a box cutter had been searched but had not been handcuffed because he was not under arrest. Full story...
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Oregon Inlet Life Saving Station to get upgrades

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Although its final fate remains uncertain, the old Oregon Inlet Life Saving Station on North Carolina's Outer Banks will get some upgrades to thwart the ravages of sand and time. Full story...
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North Carolina budget includes film incentives

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Film, television and production companies spent more than $160 million in North Carolina last year. Full story...
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Woman Accused of Scamming Small Businesses

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A crime alert for local businesses. Brunswick county authorities are looking for a woman they say is scamming businesses out of thousands of dollars and she seems to be a pro. Full story...
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Fast Food Robbery

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New Hanover deputies are trying to track down a fast food robber Full story...
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Tuesday is deadline to submit cement plant comments

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Tuesday, July 15 is the deadline to submit comments and concerns to the Army Corps of Engineers about a proposed Titan America Cement plant in Castle Hayne. Full story...
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Update on progress of repairs to local bridges

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videoSeveral major bridges have either undergone repairs or will soon face construction.

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