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Archive - Oct 23, 2008

Perdue still won't debate in southeastern NC

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Bev Perdue will not debate her opponents in southeastern North Carolina, but she promises to come back if she's elected governor. Full story...
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Mosquitoes infesting the area

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videoThe cooler temperatures are here, but mosquitoes are still lurking. There is a certain kind in our area that pack a mean bite. Full story...
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Traffic woes continue

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videoThe irritation lingers Thursday among drivers who had to cross the bridge to Brunswick County. If you were in it, you know what a big mess it was. Full story...
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Wounded Warriors' Soldier Ride

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videoWounded combat veterans got a hero's welcome into downtown Wilmington Thursday. Full story...
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The nursing boom

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videoThe economy is struggling, companies are closing, and jobs are being lost. However, the health care industry is continuing to boom. Full story...
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Deer becoming a major problem in Kure Beach

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videoAt some point, you may have had to swerve on the road to avoid hitting a deer, or passed what is left after someone else has hit one. People on Pleasure Island have been dealing with the issue a lot recently. Full story...
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Stolen DVD player update

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There is an update on the man caught red handed stealing a DVD player from a Wilmington church. Full story...
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Small fire near Monkey Junction

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A Monkey Junction road was closed this morning after a brush fire broke out. Full story...
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Faberge eggs on display in Wilmington

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Locals have the chance to see the world famous Faberge eggs in Wilmington.

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Some NC police dogs get bulletproof vests

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Police officers count on bulletproof vests every day. Now the dogs of the K-9 unit with the Forsyth County Sheriff's Office have the same protection. Full story...
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Window maker closing Durham plant, cuts 428 jobs

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A window manufacturer said it will shut down its Durham plant by late December and lay off 428 workers because of slow sales to the housing industry. Full story...
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Handicapped parking issues around downtown Wilmington

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videoDowntown Wilmington lost several of those spaces when Front Street went two-way about a year and a half ago. A handicapped Castle Hayne man contacted WWAY to help clear up some confusion about paying to park downtown. Full story...
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Wilmington Police search for suspect in attempted ATM robbery

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Wilmington Police are still searching for the second suspect wanted for breaking into a State Employees’ Credit Union. Full story...
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Politics, baseball and not much sleep

If I seem a little sluggish on-air lately, I have an explanation. You see, the last few weeks have been the perfect storm.