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Travelers support easing rules for electronics on flights

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videoTravelers may soon be able to use electronics longer in flight. The Federal Aviation Administration is looking into changing its policies. Full story...
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NC House sends speed limit hike back to committee

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A bill opening the door to 75 mph speed limits on some highways in North Carolina has been sent back to a House committee for more work. Full story...
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ILM warns travelers of 'Eastbound & Down' shoot impact

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videoWilmington's airport is warning travelers about the possible impact of a shoot in Hollywood East later this week. Full story...
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TSA drops plan to allow small knives on planes

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videoThe head of the Transportation Security Administration says he's dropping a proposal that would have let airline passengers carry small knives, souvenir bats, golf clubs and other sports equipment onto planes. Full story...
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Intermittent lane closures on Cape Fear Memorial Bridge begin Sunday

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videoDrivers can expect some lane closures overnight on the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge starting Sunday. Full story...
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Law enforcement looks for seat belt violations as 'Click it or Ticket' kicks off

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videoIt's the 20th year for the "Click it or Ticket" campaign in North Carolina, and officers are still pulling over many of you for not wearing your seat belts. Just in time for Memorial Day, law enforcement is again out to remind you to buckle up. Full story...
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Nearly 200 Canadians stranded in Wilmington after flight diverted

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videoNearly 200 Canadians have been stranded in Wilmington for almost 24 hours. The group was on the way to Montreal when a medical emergency diverted their plane to Wilmington International Airport. Full story...
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US Airways jet skids off CLT runway; no one hurt

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A jet from Myrtle Beach has skidded off the runway at Charlotte Douglas International Airport, but no one was hurt. Full story...
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Cardinal Rd. closure continues; Military Cutoff, Eastwood closed overnight

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Drivers on the northeast side of Wilmington can expect some detours and delays on the roads this week. Full story...
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Who needs a GPS? NCDOT releases transportation map

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North Carolina's Department of Transportation is filling the need of people who prefer unfolding a map to digital technology. Full story...
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Rabon sponsors bill to raise speed limit to 75

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videoSen. Bill Rabon filed a bill yesterday in the state legislature that would raise the speed limit on some North Carolina roads. The bill would allow the DOT to set a maximum speed limit of 75 miles an hour on certain interstates. Full story...
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Mechanical problem causes Southport-Fort Fisher Ferry delays

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The Southport-Fort Fisher Ferry will experience some schedule changes on Monday. According to the DOT, a mechanical problem on one of the ferries is causing delays to the departure schedules from both Southport and Fort Fisher. Full story...
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NEW THIS MORNING: ILM to add direct flight to NYC

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Wilmington International Airport is adding a third nonstop flight to New York City, at least for the summer. Full story...
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Windy Wednesday could foul ferries

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videoWindy weather could cut ferry routes tomorrow, including the Southport-Fort Fisher Ferry. NCDOT Ferry Division crews have prepared their docks to be ready in case routes need to be shut down when the storm arrives, making ferry travel potentially unsafe. Full story...
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US Airways adds second flight between ILM and DC

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videoUS Airways has announced it is adding service between Wilmington and the nation's capital. The airline announced today it will run a second daily, non-stop flight between Wilmington International Airport and Reagan National Airport (DCA) in Washington, DC, starting April 1. Full story...
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