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Archive - May 10, 2007

Kayak tours a good way to have fun in the sun

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Temperatures are heating up again -- time to get outdoors and have some fun in the sun. And being so close to the beach fun in the sun isn't hard to come by. WWAY NewsChannel 3's Stephanie Beecken shows us one of the kayak tours available in our own backyard. Full story...
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Four Carolina Panthers visit local middle school

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Some of the Carolina Panthers are in town and visited a local middle school Thursday. Four players from the state's only professional football team visited Roland-Grise Middle School in Wilmington Thursday afternoon. Full story...
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Rural hospitals suffering from lack of money

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It's a problem facing many rural hospitals in North Carolina: not enough money. And it's forcing them to look for solutions. Now one local hospital is taking action. The Bladen County Hospital may have to close its doors for good unless it affiliates with another health care organization. Full story...
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Brunswick County School Board problems?

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Some Brunswick County School board members are not seeing eye to eye. One school board member is actually suggesting that the entire board be replaced. Full story...
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Coast Guard continues search for missing sailboat

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The US Coast Guard continued to search today for a missing sailboat and its four crew members who went missing Monday in rough waters off the North Carolina coast. Full story...
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Erosion from storms threatens N.C. beaches

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The coastal storm churning the ocean along North Carolina's southern coast has left some beaches badly eroded. And dozens of oceanfront buildings are now at risk. Full story...
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Junior leaving DEI in his rearview mirror

Dale Earnhardt Junior is leaving the company founded by his late father when his contract with Dale Earnhardt Incorporated expires at the end of season. Full story...

WPD meet with Creekwood residents, community leaders

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Wilmington Police went to Creekwood Wednesday night to speak to residents and community leaders. Their goal: making a dangerous neighborhood a safer place to live. Full story...
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Authorities bust illegal gambling ring

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Wednesday the New Hanover County Sheriff's Department confiscated several video poker machines, more than $20,000 in cash and weapons in a house on the corner of 13th and Wright in Wilmington. Full story...
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Whitfield to represent Bobcats at draft lottery

When Fred Whitfield went to the draft lottery in 2001, his Washington Wizards secured the Number One pick in the draft. The Charlotte Bobcats hope he can go 2-for-2. Full story...

Earnhardt calls news conference

Dale Earnhardt Junior has called a news conference for tomorrow to talk about the future. Full story...