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Archive - Mar 12, 2008

Young voters to have big impact on upcoming election

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Young voters are expected to have a big impact on this year's election. And some high school leaders are making it their mission to register their peers. Full story...
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Wilmington man given counterfeit money

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A local man is out $100 today, simply for being nice. This really could happen to anyone trying to be helpful. We were contacted by a local man who was basically robbed, but it didn't involve a gun and he wasn't attacked. Full story...
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Pedestrian killed in accident

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One man is dead after an early morning accident in Wilmington. The man was struck and killed around 10 a.m. when between South College and Holly Tree Roads. Full story...
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Woman wants apartment complex to pay for mold damages

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videoA Wilmington woman is upset with an apartment complex that failed to get rid an un-invited guest -- mold. Full story...
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Wachovia: housing downturn far from over

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The chief risk officer at Wachovia says the downturn in the nation's housing market is far from over. Don Truslow told analysts on a Deutsche Bank Securities conference call today that it feels like the downturn has a ways to go. Full story...
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Easley calls special session on removing Wright from office

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An attorney for Wilmington Rep. Thomas Wright is criticizing a special session of the House to consider removing the Democrat from office. Full story...
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Orr: State should consider suing federal government

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Former state Supreme Court justice Bob Orr says the federal government is obligated to help states with costs for illegal immigrants. Full story...
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Onslow County investigators broadening search for Cpl. Cesar Laurean

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Onslow County Investigators are now broadening their search for Corporal Cesar Laurean after spending the last two months focused on finding him in Mexico. Full story...
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New hearing for Ag-Mart

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The State Pesticide Board will hold a new hearing this summer on whether tomato grower Ag-Mart forced workers to stay in fields that had just been sprayed with chemicals. Full story...
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