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Archive - Mar 6, 2008

Auto theft on the rise in Pender County

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Detectives in Pender County are dealing with more and more cases of stolen cars. Full story...
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Carolina Beach man sentenced for murder-for-hire scheme

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James Yuratovich conspired to have a Carolina Beach police officer and a local restaurant owner killed. Full story...
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Man convicted of Jordan father's murder wants sentence change

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The attorney for one of two men convicted of killing basketball star Michael Jordan's father says a sentencing mistake is keeping his client from seeking parole. Full story...
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Drought hurting timber industry

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The effects of the national housing crisis have trickled down all the way to the local timber industry. Full story...
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Second-highest cancer killer can be prevented

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videoColon cancer is the second-highest cancer killer of men and women in the United States, but it can be prevented. Full story...
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WPD investigating fatal shooting

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When police arrived they found 23-year-old Robert Lee Marshall Jr. of Wilmington lying in the road. Full story...
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Lakeside High School to change name, curriculum

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Lakeside High School in Wilmington may not be Lakeside High for much longer. The school will change its curriculum layout next year and school officials hope the name will change with it. Full story...
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Mayor, preschoolers celebrate Dr. Seuss

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Oh, the places you'll go if you read. That's the message one local preschool is trying to send to its students. Full story...
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Two NC soldiers killed in Afghanistan

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Two soldiers based in North Carolina have been killed when an improvised explosive device detonated outside a government building in Afghanistan. Full story...
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Leland pastor educates her congregation about gangs

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videoGang activity in southeastern North Carolina is on the rise. Many say the problem will only get worse as our area grows. One local church is trying to tackle the problem head-on. Full story...
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