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Girlfriend of murder victim arrested on drug charges

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The girlfriend of a man found shot in his home last week is facing drug charges. New Hanover County Sheriff's Deputies arrested Andrea Wood on marijuana charges. Her boyfriend Geoffrey Graham was murdered August 17. Full story...
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Schools try to fight childhood obesity problem

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There's been a lot of talk on how schools can fight the childhood obesity problem: from fewer vending machines to healthier lunches and more PE classes. But as millions of kids go back to classes over the next few weeks will they see any of these changes? Full story...
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Local man bikes cross-country

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Twenty-four-year-old Brian Foster decided to ride his bike from Astoria, Oregon to Wrightsville Beach. He had a tent and sleeping mat with him and stopped at camp grounds to sleep. Full story...
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Sarus Dance Festival visits Wilmington

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To kick of the Sarus Dance Festival, Alban Elved Dance Company had human kinetics dancers in the window of Bottega Art and Wine in downtown Wilmington. This form of dance is just a sample of what the dancers will be showcasing this weekend. Full story...
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Lack of rain hurts crops, livestock

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Because of all the dry weather cattle farmers in the region are having trouble producing enough hay to feed their herds. They say if they can't solve this problem soon, they may loose their herds altogether. Full story...
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Voice your opinion about the City's sewer system

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Got a beef about the city's sewer system? There's a way for your voice to be heard. Wilmington officials have scheduled a meeting for residents near Hewlett's Creek, concerning the upcoming sewer repairs. Full story...
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Brunswick County to improve Bellville Elementary situation

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The Brunswick County Board of Education taking action to improve the situation at Belville Elementary School. The school is overflowing. Full story...
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Some Ogden Elementary students to attend class in trailers

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New Hanover County schools start Monday, and some classes won't be held in classrooms at all. The brand new Ogden Elementary School cost $15 million. Still, some classes will be held in trailers outside of the school. Full story...
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Supreme Court: NC lawmakers must redraw House districts after '08

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The state Supreme Court ruled today that lawmakers must redraw a state House district in Pender County after the 2008 elections. Full story...
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Easley seeks disaster aid in 85 counties

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Governor Mike Easley today asked federal agriculture officials for help because of drought-related crop losses in 85 counties. Full story...
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Attorney General warns of e-card virus

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videoNorth Carolina's attorney general is warning computer users not to fall victim to e-mail greeting card scams. They can lead to identity theft and possibly disable your computer. It looks like a legitimate e-mail in your inbox -- an e-mail greeting card. But watch out. Full story...
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71-year-old woman charged with growing 'special plant' of pot

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A 71-year-old Guilford County woman faces drug charges after a deputy found marijuana at her home. Full story...
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Two 82nd Airborne soldiers die in Iraq bomb blasts

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The military says two 82nd Airborne Division paratroopers died following bomb blasts this week in Iraq. Full story...
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NC needs more educated, skilled workers than colleges can provide

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A report out today says North Carolina's universities are falling behind on providing the number of well-educated, skilled workers the state needs. Full story...
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Wilmington residents react to $220,000 salary study

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videoMany Wilmington residents want to know why the City is spending $220,000 on a study of City employee salaries. The City wants to compare the salaries of Wilmington employees with those of their counterparts in other cities, and judging by the comments on our website, viewers have plenty to say. Full story...
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