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Archive - Dec 2008

NC authorities catch juvenile who escaped

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State and local law enforcement officials have caught a juvenile who escaped a boy's camp in southeastern North Carolina. Full story...
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Police say robber fled when NC clerks fought back

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A store clerk says a would-be robber ran when she and a co-worker threatened the knife-wielding man with a stun gun and hit him with pepper spray. Full story...
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Raleigh agrees to pay woman $1M for crash

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Raleigh authorities say a woman who sued the city over a head-on crash with a recycling truck has agreed to a $1.1 million settlement. Full story...
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NC towns put unique spin on New Year's celebration

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New Year's fun will take several forms across North Carolina. Full story...
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Police: Coach took indecent liberties with student

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Police say a high school basketball coach has been arrested and charged with having inappropriate contact with a student. Full story...
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2008 Year in Review: Part 2

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videoLast week we took a look back at the first half of 2008 in southeastern North Carolina. Wednesday, we end the year with the second half of our Year in Review. Full story...
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Will the economy keep you from celebrating New Year's Eve?

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videoRestaurants and clubs are hoping for big crowds for New Year's celebrations tonight, and with our economy in a recession, many are using sales tactics to get you in the door. Full story...
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Port City Java founder resigns

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Wilmington-based Port City Java has some new leadership after one of the company's founders leaves the business. Full story...
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New Hanover Regional Medical Center goes on lockdown Tuesday night

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New Hanover Regional Medical Center went on lockdown Tuesday night after a bloodied robbery suspect barged into the emergency room. Full story...
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US Census Bureau needs workers in our area

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The US Census Bureau is already beginning work on the 2010 census. Census workers are needed in our area. The pay is $11 an hour, plus mileage. Full story...
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