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Archive - Oct 21, 2008

Gateway Project rezoning approved

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videoWilmington's city council voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve rezoning land to move forward with the Gateway Project. Full story...
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Lumber truck accident causes huge delays

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videoA major headache on our local bridges Tuesday afternoon lingered well into the evening. A tractor trailer loaded with lumber overturned on the 421 exit ramp near the battleship, spilling its load all over the road. Full story...
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Pender County Teacher of the Year

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videoEducation can be a challenging career field, but there comes a time when a teacher's time and efforts in the classroom are recognized by others from the outside. Full story...
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Gateway project meeting Tuesday night

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videoWilmington City Council will vote on rezoning some controversial riverfront property at Tuesday night's meeting. Local residents are worried what it could mean for their homes and neighborhood. Full story...
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Holden Beach being sued

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A former Holden Beach police officer is suing the town for discrimination and wrongful termination. Full story...
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CFCC bond referendum

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On November 4th, New Hanover County residents will have the chance to vote on a $164 million bond referendum. The bond would be used to build three new buildings at Cape Fear Community College. Full story...
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Leland man found dead

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The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office is investigating a murder after a man was found dead in his home. Full story...
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House in Rodanthe collapses into ocean

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Rough surf from a weekend storm made a house collapse about a mile down the beach from where "Nights in Rodanthe" was filmed. Full story...
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Update on DirecTV complaint

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WWAY has an update on one former Direct TV customer's battle. John Jacovino canceled his Direct TV service after he said the company failed to provide him with the high definition services they promised. Full story...
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Biden campaign plans a tour of three NC cities Thursday

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Democratic vice presidential candidate Joe Biden's campaign said the candidate plans a tour of three North Carolina cities Thursday. Full story...
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Wilson's Restaurant closing after 10 years

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Tough economic times have caused one local restaurant to close its doors, leaving 75 people without jobs. Larry Wilson said he was forced to close Wilson's Restaurant due to the slumping economy. Full story...
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Lt. Governor candidates talk issues

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videoDemocrat Walter Dalton and Republican Robert Pittenger admit voters may know them best because of their TV ads. Their views on big issues differ greatly, perhaps most significantly on North Carolina's 30% high school dropout rate. Full story...
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Winston-Salem police make arrests in 2 deaths

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Winston-Salem police have arrested two men on murder charges in two unrelated killings last year. Full story...
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Gas leak sends NC students, teachers to hospital

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Authorities say 27 students and five teachers were treated for carbon monoxide exposure caused by a heating system defect at a western North Carolina school. Full story...
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Dead bear cub found covered with Obama signs

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Police at Western Carolina University say a dead bear cub was found dumped on the campus Monday morning, draped with a pair of Barack Obama campaign signs. Full story...
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