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Feds seek public input on coastal NC wind energy study

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The federal government is inviting the public to comment on an environmental assessment that supports wind energy development off North Carolina. Full story...
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Pentagon pairs with Duke to build solar farm at Camp Lejeune

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The Pentagon is pairing with Duke Energy to build an 80-acre solar farm at Camp Lejeune, a sprawling U.S. Marine Corps base along the North Carolina coast. Full story...
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Death toll from flu in NC exceeds 2013-14 total

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State health officials say the death toll from the flu in North Carolina has surpassed the total for all of 2013-14 with word of 15 more deaths last week. Full story...
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Carolina Beach deadly fires suspect appears in court

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video The man facing first degree murder charges for a string of fires that resulted in two deaths appeared in court Thursday. Full story...
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Traffic crash sends car into building

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An accident during the morning commute sent a car into the side of a Wilmington business. Full story...
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Oak Island Police searching for suspects in credit card fraud

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Police are asking for the public's help in identifying two females they say used several stolen or fraudulent credit cards at an Oak Island Food Lion. Full story...
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Shallotte man faces several charges for sex crimes with child

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Detectives arrested a Shallotte man who they say faces a slew of charges for sex crimes involving a child. Full story...
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Scammers pretend to be IRS

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videoTax season is in full swing, and unfortunately, that means scammers are out in force too. A Wilmington woman is thankful she knew the signs. Full story...
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: Clicks of Confidence

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videoLet's talk extraordinary. Have you ever seen a horse sit on command? You're about to. A most talented lady in Bolivia, one of "Wilmington's Women to Watch in 2014", has some trick ponies up her sleeve, so to speak. Her trick is a click. A click of confidence. She's our Extraordinary Person of the Week. Full story...
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Judge probes if NC schools move weakens learning standard

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A top North Carolina school official says a change that describes children as on-track in their learning progress though they still need help is part of setting higher academic expectations. Superior Court Judge Howard Manning Jr. held a hearing Wednesday to look into whether state education officials are obeying their constitutional obligation to give every North Carolina child the opportunity to have a sound, basic education. Full story...
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