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Thousands may owe NC for unemployment overpayments

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A North Carolina agency says thousands of long-term unemployed people could soon owe the state money because the agency mistakenly overpaid them. Full story...
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18-month-old drowns after wandering from NC home

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Authorities in Onslow County say an 18-month-old drowned after wandering out of a mobile home and into a ditch filled with water from recent heavy rains. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: State of Emergency in Brunswick County

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video Talk about a case of the Mondays. Flooding in Brunswick County left drivers frustrated as they were forced to look for an alternate route to get home. Highway 17 shut down around 7 p.m., and it's not hard to see why after the county declared a state of emergency. Full story...
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Local roads flood due to heavy rains

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video The saying is "Turn around, Don't drown", but for some Wilmington drivers that's just not enough to stave off the temptation to try and drive through high water on the roads. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Former Sheriff Hewett speaks out for the first time

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This is an email WWAY received this evening from the former sheriff: Full story...
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Roads to avoid in New Hanover County

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The emergency manager has listed multiple roads in New Hanover County to avoid. Full story...
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Schools operating on a two-hour delay for Tuesday, September 28th

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Schools operating on a two-hour delay September 28th for students, faculty and staff: Full story...
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Brunswick County Schools announce two-hour delay for Tuesday

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All the rain yesterday and today and the ensuing flooding has caused Brunswick County Schools to announce a two-hour delay for Tuesday morning. The delay affects all students, faculty and staff. Full story...
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VOTE 2010: Pantano highlighted in Salon.com; From accused murderer to member of Congress?

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In a race that has largely been flying under the national radar, a former Marine who killed two unarmed Iraqi prisoners in 2004 and who has made the threat of Islam and the "ground zero mosque" centerpieces of his campaign has a real shot at being elected to Congress. Full story...
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STORMTRACK 3: Record rainfall leads to flooding around area

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videoMore than eight inches of rain have fallen today at Wilmington International Airport. That's an all-time one-day record for this date the airport. Full story...
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