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Archive - Mar 17, 2008

Homeless advocates fighting for property

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It's back to the drawing board for Wilmington City Council. In May Council voted to give federally-owned land behind Legion Stadium to Elderhaus, Girls Incorporated and Parks and Recreation. Full story...
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More people stealing gas

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Gas is going up and drivers are beating a hasty retreat from the pump, so quickly that they're neglecting to pay in increasing numbers. Full story...
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Judge: 90 percent of Brunswick County court cases drug-related

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videoOne Brunswick County judge estimates 90 percent of the cases that come through the courthouse are drug-related. That's why she wants to get a special court called a "drug court" up and running. Full story...
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Malnourished horses returned to owners

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videoAbout eight months ago a family in the Delco area had eight horses taken away after animal cruelty investigators say they found evidence of neglect and abuse. Monday the family got the horses back, but not without some concern from those who helped re-nourish the animals. Full story...
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Grand jury indicts teenager in Duke grad student's slaying

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A grand jury has indicted a Durham teenager with murdering a Duke University graduate student. Full story...
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Study: Top schools in tournament aren't tops in classroom

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North Carolina is the only school among the NCAA tournament's four number-one seeds to graduate at least 50 percent of its players. Full story...
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Poll: Gas prices, public transportation top issues in NC

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A new transportation poll shows that gas prices and public transportation are the most important issues among North Carolina residents. Full story...
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Boil water notice lifted in New Hanover County

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Testing of water samples has been completed and a boil water notice is lifted for residents on the following streets in the following areas... Full story...
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New NC afternoon lottery drawing to begin March 31

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North Carolina lottery players can pick numbers for daytime drawings starting in two weeks. Full story...
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Perspective, Dogs amazing run could help storm wounds

They say sports can serve as a tonic for what ails us.