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Dog Appeals Court: Weimaraners get loose and approach man

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videoThis case involved a former Washington, DC police officer who actually used to guard President John F. Kennedy. Full story...
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Video helps lead to shoplifting busts at Party Suppliers

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videoA Wilmington business manager spent her entire day in court, facing more than half a dozen people who allegedly shoplifted from her store. Full story...
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Homeless get hot meals from First Fruit Ministries

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First Fruit Ministries has been offering this service for about ten years. Volunteers serve food in downtown Wilmington twice a week. Full story...
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Bill Clinton to headline Boseman event in Raleigh

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State Sen. Julia Boseman will get a head start on fundraising for her 2010 election when Bill Clinton attends a fundraiser for her later this month. Full story...
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Pender County's turn to talk redistricting

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Two redistricting options are under consideration for when the new Topsail Elementary School opens in the fall. Full story...
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Shelters are filling up as the temperature drops

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In Charlotte, shelters are overflowing with people. An emergency winter shelter has 236 beds, but these past few days more than 250 people showed up. Full story...
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Web sites offer financial help

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videoTwo websites, hsh.com and dinkytown.net both have free financial calculators you can use to keep an eye on mortgage payments, or help you figure out how to get out of debt. Full story...
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A Catholic high school may be in Wilmington's future

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videoArea priests will meet Thursday to discuss the idea of building Wilmington's first Catholic high school. Full story...
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Black ice causes accidents

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The first of several accidents happened around 5 a.m. on Wednesday as a result of black ice. Full story...
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Parsley students shine in Geography Bee

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videoSome fourth and fifth graders at Parsley Elementary know their way around a world map. News Channel 3 went to the school Wednesday, for National Geographic's Geography Bee. Full story...
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Leland police making sure elderly safe during cold snap

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videoWith the drop in temps, you might be checking to be sure your heater working properly, but for the elderly and disabled, that can be difficult. Full story...
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Accident claims the life of one in Elizabethtown

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It happened in the 900 block of East Broad Street. A car attempting to make a left was hit and flipped by another vehicle trying to pass. Full story...
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Street signs keeping drivers aware of DWI costs

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The area group called Safe Streets is putting up signs all across town, telling everyone how much it costs if you get a DWI. Full story...
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West Bladen student's death treated as homicide; county sheriff indicates victim had record

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The county sheriff said West Bladen senior Jahkee Sledge had a record. He was arrested twice in 2007, once for bringing a weapon to school and once for assaulting someone at gunpoint. Full story...
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Whiteville town manager dismissed

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On Tuesday night, Whiteville City Council voted four to three to dismiss Josh Ray as town manager. Ray had been city manager for nearly 3 years. Full story...
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