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Rouzer gets Congressional committee assignments

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videoDavid Rouzer won't officially be a member of Congress for another month, but he has a better idea what he'll be doing when he gets to Washington. Full story...
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1 hurt, 1 charged in MLK crash

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A woman was hurt and another driver cited after a crash this morning at a busy Wilmington intersection that backed up traffic in the area. Full story...
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Lejeune Marine lucks out on busy travel day

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video It's one of the busiest travel days a year, with millions flying and driving. But for one Camp Lejeune Marine, it was a smooth trip that actually ended up with him getting home earlier than he thought. Full story...
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Next phase of Causeway Project underway, traffic delays expected

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video The NCDOT is beginning the next phase of the Causeway Project that could create safety concerns for drivers and construction workers. Due to that concern, officials said traffic will be stopped at times during the day to complete this next phase. Full story...
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Lane closures planned for Snow's Cut Bridge

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The NCDOT is planning daytime lane closers on the Snow's Cut Bridge next week. Full story...
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Overturned dump truck closes 421 near Isabel Holmes Bridge

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videoAn overturned dump truck that spilled its load has shut down part of a busy road near Wilmington. Full story...
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SmartMeters coming to Wilmington, red-light cameras staying

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videoYou no longer have to feed the meter ... with change, that is. Wilmington City Council decided to pay $300,000 for 460 SmartMeters to be installed after testing them out for almost a year. Full story...
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EBOLA: How safe are NC's ports?

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videoThe threat of Ebola passing through our nation's airports has been highly publicized, but what about our nation's ports... Like the one right here in Wilmington? Full story...
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Columbus County OKs nearly $2 million for railroad

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Columbus County commissioners have agreed to spend nearly $2 million in tax incentives over the next decade to get the Carolina Southern Railroad rolling again in North and South Carolina. The Fayetteville Observer reported that the board voted Monday night to approve $1.8 million in tax incentives for an unnamed buyer of the line that serves Columbus County, as well as Horry and Marion counties in South Carolina. Full story...
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SmartMeters to make parking more convenient

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The city of Wilmington wants to implement new parking meters that could save you from a citation. They are called SmartMeters and city officials have been testing them out for almost a year. Full story...
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