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NC report: More sought work in March, found jobs

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A new North Carolina jobs report says more people entered the job market in March than in most of the past year, and more people found work. Full story...
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New group to promote NC Republican agenda

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A new conservative-leaning advocacy group in North Carolina plans to promote recent Republican policies in state government while challenging criticism from Democrats and their allies who've opposed the GOP agenda. Full story...
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New Hanover County likes its booze according to CDC survey

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But one number that continues to obnoxiously bring attention to itself is the percentage of people who are classified as either binge drinkers or heavy drinkers. Binge drinking is defined as consuming more than four (for women) or five (for men) alcoholic beverages on a single occasion in the past 30 days. Heavy drinking involves drinking more than one (for women) or two (for men) drinks per day on average. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Man charged with stealing deputy's car

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videoA man is in jail charged with stealing a New Hanover County Sheriff's deputy's patrol vehicle late last week. Full story...
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Adrian Point surrenders to face attempted murder charge

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videoA man wanted along with two of his brothers for allegedly trying to kill a man last month turned himself in yesterday. Adrian Point, 22, turned himself in at the front desk of the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office. Full story...
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UPDATE: Man steals prescription pills from Walgreens pharmacist at gunpoint

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Police are searching for a man they say jumped over the counter at a Wilmington Walgreens, held a pharmacist at gunpoint, before getting away with the prescription pills he demanded. Full story...
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Style Stop: Spring and summer style made easy

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videoIt's easy to lose track of time on the sand; instead of rushing to leave the beach to make it on time to your appointments in the area, try wearing items that transition easily form the sand to the street. Style expert Jessica De Vault shows us all how to do that. Full story...
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North Carolina report expands on jobless rate drop, more work

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North Carolina officials are releasing a report offering more details on employment conditions in March, when nearly 20,000 jobs were added and the jobless rate fell to 6.3 percent. Full story...
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Brunswick County Deputies search for missing 15-year-old

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Brunswick County Deputies are looking for a Sunset Beach teen. Investigators say 15-year-old Orion Woodard is a white male, 5'3" and weighs about 110 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. searching for missing 16-year-old

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Sheriff's office is asking for help finding 16-year-old Diamond Shorter. Full story...
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Locals celebrate National Record Store Day

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videoIn a world of digital downloading, vinyls have been given new life by a thriving subculture. Audiophiles flocked to Castle street for Gravity Records' biggest day of the year. Full story...
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New Hanover Co. GOP holds candidate luncheon

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This weekend, Republicans from across the state came to the New Hanover County GOP headquarters for a cookout. Full story...
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AMBER ALERT CANCELLED: 10-month old baby found safe; police charge father

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Police say she was taken by her father, 26-year-old Rodney Bryant. Investigators believe the incident began in Angier, N.C., where the family lives and the mother was put out of the vehicle along the highway in Durham. Full story...
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Fire destroys historic downtown home

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One woman was hospitalized after her downtown home was destroyed by a fire Saturday morning. The historic Allen-Woodward house was engulfed in flames when the Wilmington Fire Department arrived just before 7 a.m. Full story...
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Via Crucis brings Easter message

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videoGone since 2008 the Hispanic prayer group at St. Mary’s Catholic Church downtown Wilmington decided this year was the year to bring back the march of the cross. It follows the Bible’s tale of the last steps of Jesus leading up to his resurrection. Full story...
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