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Archive - Nov 29, 2007

Thieves break in to eight Leland businesses

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videoSome business owners in Brunswick County are on edge today, after a strip mall in Leland was targeted by thieves. Full story...
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HIV, AIDS on the rise locally

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videoNot only is the number of cases up in our region, but it seems the disease is spreading across demographic lines. According to statistics from New Hanover Regional Medical Center, 190 new cases have emerged in our seven-county area in the past two years. Full story...
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UNCW music department gets $1 million endowment

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videoFuture UNCW music students have a reason to smile. The department just received its second $1 million endowment this semester. Full story...
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Brunswick County School Board investigating possible assault on student

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The Brunswick County School Board is investigating a possible assault by a male teacher on a female student. Full story...
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Burgaw police officer jailed on drug charges

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Rather than putting people behind bars, one Burgaw police sergeant is behind bars himself tonight. Full story...
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Speeding motorists, chatty school bus drivers targeted in new NC laws

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School bus drivers using cell phones. Speeding motorists. Both are among several groups targeted by 40 new state laws that take effect Saturday. Full story...
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Consumer Reports offer tips on toy safety

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The holidays are here. Consumer Reports is offering some tips for parents on what they can do to keep their children safe from faulty toys this holiday season. Full story...
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Identity theft common around Holidays

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Identity theft crimes hit home for more than eight million adults in the US in 2005, according to a new report from the federal trade commission. Full story...
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Blackwater grand jury resumes

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A federal grand jury investigating North Carolina-based Blackwater Worldwide began its second day of work today as an unidentified witness returned to the stand. Full story...
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Easley: colleges misread letter leading to new immigrant policy

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Gov. Mike Easley says state community college officials misread a letter that led them to require all campuses to admit illegal immigrants. But the Democrat won't say whether he supports that policy. Full story...
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