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Archive - Nov 2, 2007

Local woman starts 'Adopt a Soldier' program

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videoA local woman is reinventing the wheel when it comes to sending care packages to soldiers serving overseas. Full story...
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Festival Latino expected to draw hundreds

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Right now organizers are setting up for the event that promises to expose Wilmington to some Latin flavor. Full story...
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Mexicans celebrate Day of the Dead

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Dia de Los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, is a three-day holiday when most Mexicans believe the spirits of their dead loved ones come back to visit. Full story...
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New Hanover County to hold surplus auction

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Bargain shoppers, this story's for you. New Hanover County is holding its annual surplus auction Saturday. Full story...
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Frozen pizzas recalled

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There is another recall of tainted products to report. This time it's not toys. It's frozen pizza that could be contaminated with dangerous e-coli bacteria. Full story...
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Bush urges Mukasey's confirmation

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President Bush today again urged the Senate to confirm Michael Mukasey as attorney general. Full story...
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Writers strike could affect Wilmington

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A strike by the Writers Guild of America could affect our economy here in Wilmington. Full story...
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Officials: cause of deadly beach house fire remains undetermined

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Officials in Ocean Isle Beach say an investigation has failed to firmly establish the cause of a fire that killed seven South Carolina college students last weekend. Full story...
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Bush expresses sympathy for fire victims

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President Bush says he and first lady Laura Bush are sorry for the loss of seven South Carolina college students in a fire in North Carolina. Full story...
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Wind from hurricane reaches North Carolina coast

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Wind gusts of nearly 50 miles an hour hit the Outer Banks today as Hurricane Noel moved off the coast. Full story...
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Wilmington water use down

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It looks like Gov. Easley's calls for water conservation may be working in the Port City. Full story...
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Obama rails against insider politics in Durham appearance

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Barack Obama sounded familiar themes of support for the poor and opposition to insider politics at a rally tonight in Durham. Full story...
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Lumberton city council member charged with rape is out on bond

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The Lumberton city council member accused of raping an 18-year-old woman in Kentucky is out on bond. Full story...
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Deadly Noel strengthens to hurricane after pounding Bahamas, Cuba

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Noel is now a hurricane speeding over the Atlantic between North Carolina and Bermuda. Full story...
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