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Archive - Mar 19, 2008

Wright's fate to be decided at historic special session

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No member of the General Assembly has been removed from office in nearly 130 years. But Thursday that streak could end with Rep. Thomas Wright. Full story...
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McIntyre to visit Iraq

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videoMcIntyre is leaving for Iraq Monday. He said, "After five years it's time for Iraq to stand up to the plate to meet those accountability services that those in the armed services want them to meet." Full story...
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Brunswick County man gets nearly 20 years for child porn

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A Brunswick County man will spend a very long time in prison for transmitting child pornography over the internet. Full story...
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Obama plays hoops with troops, works on NCAA bracket

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There always is time for basketball in Barack Obama's world. Full story...
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Clinton, McCain respond to Obama criticism on Iraq war

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The campaigns of Hillary Rodham Clinton and John McCain are responding to Barack Obama's criticism of the candidates' Iraq policies. Full story...
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Obama in Fayetteville: US less safe because of Iraq war

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videoDemocratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has told a group in Fayetteville the Iraq war has left the United States less safe. Full story...
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TroubleShooters: Insurance company won't cover sick woman

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videoA Pender County woman is in New Hanover Regional recovering from a severe illness. When it was touch-and-go, her husband called their life insurance agent and that phone call only added to their troubles. Full story...
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Young girl dies in Pender County fire

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A fire claimed the life of small girl this morning in Penderlea, in Pender County, and her mother was taken to Pender Memorial Hospital and released. Full story...
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Childhood, teenage diabetes becoming more common

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videoChildhood and teenage diabetes are becoming more and more common. And pediatricians say the specialized care isn't able to keep up with the demand. Full story...
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South Brunswick High School assistant principal resigns

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Assistant Principal Lionel Kato has resigned from South Brunswick High School, from which he has been suspended since December 13. Full story...
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Soccer players, senior citizens face off

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videoThere was an unusual showdown today on a Brunswick County soccer field today. Facing off were young soccer players and senior citizens. Full story...
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Memorial service for slain North Carolina student leader draws 10,000

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The father of the slain University of North Carolina student body president wants thousands of mourners to find solutions to the world's violence, prejudice and inequity. Full story...
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Convention Center has construction company

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Wilmington city council voted last night and the convention center now has a construction company heading the project. Full story...
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Wilmington City Council agrees to relax water restrictions

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Wilmington City Council agrees to relax water restrictions beginning April 1st. Full story...
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Annexation discussion continues in Wilmington

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The on-going discussion about annexing Monkey Junction into Wilmington continued last night at a Town Hall meeting at Ashley High School. Full story...
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