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Archive - May 2007

Firefighters challenged by Pender County blaze

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The Pender County wildfire is still getting the better of firefighters. The state forestry department has been strategizing tonight about how best to attack the fire now. Full story...
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Building permits being issued again

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There is good news tonight for area builders. New Hanover county once again issuing building permits. The building moratorium is now over. But just how much did it cost our local economy? Full story...
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New oxygen masks to save pets

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You have probably heard of firefighters rescuing cats out of trees, but in Brunswick County, firefighters are doing even more to save your pets. Three Brunswick County fire departments have become the first in the region to have oxygen masks designed for our furry friends. Full story...
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New Brunswick County parks on Town Creek

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The county is getting several new parks after receiving over a half million dollars in grants from the Department of Environmental and Natural Resources. Full story...
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Sheriff, Police Chief and Mayor discuss departments

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Earlier this month we told you about a turf war going on between the New Hanover County Sheriff and the Wilmington Police Chief. Full story...
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Brunswick County to get new parks

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There will soon be a few more ways to get outdoors in Brunswick County. The county is getting several new parks after receiving over a half million dollars in grants from the department of environmental and natural resources. Full story...
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Lost kayaker's remains identified in S.C.

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DNA analysis has confirmed that human remains found on Hunting Island State Park in South Carolina are those of a missing kayaker born in Raleigh who was lost at sea two weeks ago. Full story...
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Judge rules for other religious texts in court

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A Wake County judge says any religious text can be used to swear in a witness or juror in the state's courts, not just the Bible. Full story...
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