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Police: Two shot at soda bottling plant north of Charlotte

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uthorities in Concord say two people have been shot at a soda bottling plant, and the suspected shooter remains at large. Full story...
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UNC Board of Governors elects first woman to chair

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The University of North Carolina Board of Governors has elected the first woman in its history to lead the university system board. Full story...
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Juneteenth celebrations in our area

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Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. It is being celebrated in our area this weekend. Full story...
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Throwing cigarettes from car could result in hefty fine

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videoSmokers beware. If you're smoking while driving, do not toss your butts out the window. Full story...
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Local economics professor says outlook is good for the area

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videoUNCW Senior Economics Professor Doctor Woody Hall held an economics forum today. He said that our regions economy is doing better than the rest of the state and the country. Full story...
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Finishing touches being put on areas "greenest" home

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Builders are putting the finishing touches on what they're calling the greenest home in this half of the state. Full story...
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Information on Lyme disease

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Each year in America there's almost 20,000 cases of people infected with Lyme disease. Full story...
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Fire hydrant problems may have caused house to burn longer

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videoWe now know more about the house fire in Ogden that kept firefighters busy for hours yesterday. Full story...
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House bill could put moratorium on forced annexation

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videoThis morning, a committee in the state house overwhelmingly passed a bill in favor of an annexation moratorium across the state. Full story...
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State employees' group deny bribe attempt

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The leader of a state employees' group says the allegations the group's attorney tried to bribe State Treasurer Richard Moore are preposterous. Full story...
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Smoke from NC wildfire leads to Code Red air quality warning

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Smoke from a massive wildfire in far eastern North Carolina that has drifted hundreds of miles to the west is having a much worse effect on air quality that originally forecast. Full story...
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Search for bridge jumper continues

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The search continues for a man who may have jumped off a bridge near Wilmington yesterday afternoon. Full story...
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A North Brunswick Student's Musical Adventure

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videoFor band students summer can sometimes mean "band camp", but elite band students have the option of tryng out for drum and bugle corps. There are 25 top level drum corps across the country. One of the better ones is based at Jacksonville State University in Alabama. They call themselves "The Spirit" and this summer a 16 year year old North Brunswick High School student will be performing on the field with them. John Rendleman has our report. Full story...
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Coast Guard Responds to Sinking Charter Boat

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videoThe AQUATIC SAFARIS I was 22 miles off shore when it started taking on water Wednesday afternoon. Full story...
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Concerned residents have their say about traffic around proposed port terminal

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Residents concerned about traffic congestion around the proposed international port terminal in Brunswick County will have their say when it comes to new roads. Full story...
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