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Archive - Nov 2007

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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Massachusetts bill could make spanking illegal

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What if spanking your kids made you a criminal? Some people think that's a good idea. In Massachusetts, they've proposed a law saying corporal punishment of children is child abuse. Full story...
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Wilmington Housing Authority drops three top employees

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videoThe Wilmington Housing Authority Board of Directors is cleaning house. Tuesday night the WHA voted to fire the agency's three top employees. According to one of the Housing Authority commissioners people living in the 1,500 rental units managed by the group will not be affected by the changes. Full story...
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