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Archive - Mar 5, 2008

Teacher accused of hitting student resigns

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The North Brunswick High School PE teacher and coach accused of hitting a female student has resigned. Full story...
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Mental health discussion heating up in NC

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The discussion about the state's failing mental health system is heating up. Tuesday Gov. Easley asked state legislators to give his administration more authority to fix the system, a system which local agencies say is plagued with problems. Full story...
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Planned Hampstead housing development concerns residents

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St. George's Reach is a residential and commercial project which will be built off country club road. The biggest worry for residents is the traffic it will bring. Full story...
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PPD CEO donates $1 million to UNCW athletics

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UNCW athletes have a million reasons why they should be grateful to the CEO of PPD. Full story...
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SBI agent, elections official to testify in Wright's ethics case

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A State Bureau of Investigation agent says Rep. Thomas Wright admitted depositing charitable donations into his personal banking account. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Extended TV warranty

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videoHow many times have you been offered an extended warranty when you've bought a new TV, computer or other electronics? One Wilmington woman spent hundreds to keep the TV she bought from Best Buy under warranty, but now that the TV needs repairs, she's getting the runaround. Full story...
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Flu epidemic upon us

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videoIf you've had the flu lately you're not alone. According to local doctors the flu epidemic is upon us. Full story...
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Burlington man arrested in online child porn ring

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The FBI has arrested 12 Americans -- one of them from North Carolina -- in a global child pornography ring that distributed more than 400,000 lewd pictures and movies. Full story...
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Water restriction proposal

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Brown, dingy, and dry are just a few words to describe many homeowners' yards. If you live in Wilmington, you might be able to do some watering soon. City council members are considering loosening restrictions. Full story...
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