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Archive - Oct 24, 2008

Voter identification concerns

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videoIn the past week or so, WWAY has received a number of calls and emails from people concerned that poll workers are not checking ID’s during early voting. Full story...
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Budget cuts for Wilmington and New Hanover County

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videoThe stock market dropped, gas prices spiked, the local real estate market slowed dramatically. All of those things put a hole in local government budgets. The City of Wilmington originally budgeted around Full story...
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Pet-care expenses in an economic slump

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videoKeeping your four-legged friend healthy can cost a lot of money. With the economy in a slump, pet owners are being forced to make cut-backs. Full story...
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Early voting numbers for Brunswick, Pender and New Hanover counties

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videoEarly voting began in North Carolina a little more than a week ago. New Hanover County has already exceeded the total number of early voters from the entire 2004 election, and surrounding counties have also been busy. Full story...
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Law enforcement officers preparing for a triathlon

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Some local law enforcement officers are gearing up for the Beach to Battleship triathlon in memory of their fallen comrades. Full story...
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Students question candidates on hot issues

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videoSome local politicians faced a tough crowd Friday morning. A student-candidate forum was held at the Schwartz Center in downtown Wilmington. The high school students wanted answers to questions on issues that matter to them. Full story...
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UNCW students working on ending hunger

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Student athletes, and volunteers spent part of the afternoon setting up for Stop Hunger Now, They will be packaging 100,000 meals to send to hungry people in Liberia. It is all part of Stop Hunger Now's campaign to send more than five million meals to the world's hungry. Full story...
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Wilmington Police looking for shoplifting suspects

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The Wilmington Police Department is asking for your help finding two women who shoplifted from the Kohl’s department store off Racine Drive. Full story...
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