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Archive - Oct 2008

Dog Owner Hires Lawyer For Dangerous Dog Appeals Court

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videoOne of our monthly features on News Channel 3 is Dog Court - New Hanover County Dangerous Dog Appeals Court. Four cases were heard Wednesday night. An attorney actually showed up for one of them. Full story...
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Beachfront insurance going up

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videoThe North Carolina coast is a hurricane prone area. That means the right homeowner's insurance is important to have. Full story...
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Oak Island votes to buy Yaupon Pier

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videoThe Oak Island Town Council voted to approve the purchase of the Yaupon Beach Pier Tuesday night. But with many development projects already underway on the island, its just another job on the busy town to-do list. Full story...
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54 years since Hurricane Hazel

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videoNorth Carolina has dealt with many hurricanes through the years, but on October 15, 1954, Hazel set the standard. Almost everything you see today in some parts of our area are all after Hazel, which left little standing when she blew ashore. Full story...
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Missing Persons billboard generates tips to find Dowless

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videoThere has been a major break in the murder case of a Columbus County woman. The Columbus County Sheriff's Office has arrested and charged a man with first-degree murder is in the case of Carol Batten Dowless. Full story...
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Hispanic Heritage Month celebrated at Bradley Creek Elementary

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videoIt is the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month, and one local elementary school is recognizing the increasing Hispanic population by embracing it. Full story...
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Scare at Roland Grise Middle School

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New Hanover County's Roland Grise Middle School was locked down briefly Wednesday afternoon. Authorities say Wilmington Police stopped a stolen vehicle near the school. Full story...
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Family to start new afterschool program

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The former directors of Wilmington's Brigade Boys and Girls Club who were forced out because of a nepotism policy are starting over. JoAnn Clark and her son Derrell are making plans to open a new Christian-based ... Full story...
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