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Archive - Oct 2008

AIG agrees to pay injured NC man $18 million

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American International Group has agreed to pay a disabled man $18 million in one of the largest lawsuit settlements in North Carolina. Full story...
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NC early voting surpasses 1 million ballots

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More than 1 million people have now cast a ballot in North Carolina's early voting, surpassing the total number who voted at one-stop sites four years ago. Full story...
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Friday storm causes damage at James A. Walker apartments

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Some folks in Wilmington woke up Saturday to find their apartment building in pieces. Residents believe strong winds from Friday's storm destroyed the side of the James A. Walker Apartment Building on Rankin Street. Full story...
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Fun Friday night at the Rock for the Cure event

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There were plenty of people out having a fun time in downtown Wilmington Friday night, but one group did it for a good cause. Full story...
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Airlie Road closed for repairs Monday

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If you are headed towards Airlie Road in Wilmington Monday, you will have to re-think your route. Airlie Road will be closed to thru traffic today between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Full story...
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Locals Visit Titan's Virginia plant

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videoTitan Cement may be holding its final information session Monday night, but for some local residents that's not enough. For them, seeing is believing. Full story...
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Howl-O-Ween party

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The Halloween holiday isn’t just for people anymore. In Wilmington, canines have been getting into the holiday spirit too. Full story...
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Troopers name 5 killed by oncoming truck

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Former New Hanover High School Player Needs Kidney

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videoA former New Hanover high school football player is on the waiting list for a kidney transplant. Saturday, the community rallied around him to raise money. Full story...
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Foreclosure Tour

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videoThe slumping housing market and an increase in foreclosures are evidence of the tough economy. Locally steps are being taken to try and turn it around. Full story...
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