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Archive - Nov 2007

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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Skies above Fort Bragg again filled with parachuting paratroopers

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For the first time in more than a year, the skies above Fort Bragg are filled with the paratroopers of the famed 82nd Airborne Division. Full story...
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State could allow building closer to the water on NC's Atlantic

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Towns along the North Carolina coast would be able to build closer to the ocean under a policy shift under consideration by state regulators. Full story...
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Special Report: Stranger Danger (Pt. 3)

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videoChild predators no longer lurk outside playgrounds, trying to get your child alone. Now, they come into your home. Full story...
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City gets hybrid cars

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The city of Wilmington is going green on the road. The city purchased the first of seven new Toyota Prius gas-electric hybrid cars for its fleet. Full story...
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Some students against UNCW development

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videoThere are plans to build four buildings for on-campus housing and a parking deck. Those will be built on what is currently 15 acres of forest that some students don't want to see gone. Full story...
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Clorox gets OK to buy Burt's Bees

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Clorox has received antitrust clearance to buy North Carolina-based personal-care product company Burt's Bees for $925 million. Full story...
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NC community colleges required to admit undocumented aliens

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videoNorth Carolina community colleges are now completely open to undocumented aliens. The state community college system recently passed a directive requiring all community colleges to admit undocumented immigrants. Full story...
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Is Burgaw ready for population surge?

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videoSeveral major residential and commercial developments are underway in Burgaw right now. The sound of growth has become commonplace in Wilmington. And now it's becoming a familiar sound in Burgaw as well. Full story...
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