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Archive - Feb 2008

NC facing honeybee shortage

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videoMuch of the food we eat is a direct result of honeybee pollination. But North Carolina faces a honeybee shortage. This means more and more farmers crops are suffering. Full story...
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Fugitive wanted in Delaware captured in N.C.

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Sheriff's deputies in Jacksonville have captured a fugitive from Delaware who escaped from custody last month. Full story...
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Chamber of Commerce holds 141st annual meeting

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It may have been its 141st annual meeting, but the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce was focused on the future Thursday. Full story...
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Greenville voyeur arrested

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A Greenville clothing store worker is behind bars charged with 114 counts of secret peeping. Full story...
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NC election filing period ends at noon Friday

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Time is running out for political novices, political veterans and those in between to run for office this year. Full story...
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Study: Anorexics experience taste differently

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videoThis is eating disorders awareness week. A new study shows anorexic women may experience taste differently than others. Full story...
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Judge declines to halt state Rep. Wright's ethics hearing

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A Wake County judge has declined to stop a legislative panel from meeting next week to consider ethics accusations against Rep. Thomas Wright. Full story...
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Wilmington man featured on CNN Heroes

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A local man is getting some national attention. CNN heroes will focus on Jock Brandis and his work with the Full Belly Project. Full story...
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Family looking for answers after fatal standoff

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videoEarlier this week a standoff in Bladen County started with an agitated man with a gun. It ended with officers shooting and killing Tom Adams. Now his family is searching for answers. Full story...
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WPD launches Police-to-Citizen web site

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The Wilmington Police Department has launched a Police-to-Citizen (P2C) web site in an effort to make information easily accessible to residents. Full story...
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