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Archive - Mar 7, 2008

Repeat sex offender gets 11 years for failure to register

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Sex offenders are required by law to register their addresses. A repeat offender in New Hanover County found out about the consequences of not doing so Friday -- an 11-year prison sentence. Full story...
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Greyhound sold ticket to runaway teen

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How young is too young to travel alone? Greyhound sold a bus ticket to a 17-year-old Hampstead teen, now her mother wants answers. Full story...
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WPD hopes to curb gun violence with hotline

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This week marked the fourth murder of this young year in Wilmington all of them involved guns. Full story...
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3 lawsuits against Brunswick County schools dropped

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The three lawsuits against the Brunswick County school board were dismissed Friday, but they will be re-filed. Full story...
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Yaupon Pier auctioned off

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The pier actually sold to the only bidder. Cooperative Bank was going to foreclose on the property anyway. Full story...
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Finding quality child care

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It won't be long now, our Ann McAdams will soon be coming back from maternity leave and she's been busy getting ready to return. One of the concerns facing Ann is one for all new mothers who plan on returning to their careers: finding quality child care. Full story...
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Two firefighters killed in Salisbury

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A hospital official says two firefighters have died fighting a five-alarm fire at a wood millworks in Rowan County. Full story...
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Defendant in Jordan slaying gets new sentence

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One of the men convicted of killing the father of NBA star Michael Jordan has received a new sentence that makes him eligible for parole in eight years. Full story...
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