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Archive - Apr 1, 2008

Wright could face 11 years in prison

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videoWas Thomas Wright involved in a real estate scam? That's what Wake County DA Colon Willoughby tried to prove during the second day of testimony in the trial of the former Wilmington lawmaker. Full story...
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Local truck drivers pulling rigs off road

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Oil company CEOs went before Congress today to discuss sky-rocketing fuel prices. The soaring costs are hitting truckers hard. An independent trucker's strike has already broken out sporadically in several cities across the country from Los Angeles to New Jersey. Full story...
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Construction theft becoming more common

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Construction theft is becoming an ever more common crime here in North Carolina. Builders say it's an easy crime and each year, they lose more money. Full story...
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Report released on high school dropouts

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A sobering report was released today on high school dropouts. It shows, among other things that in 17 of our nation's largest cities more than 50 percent of students will quit school before graduating. Full story...
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Super Nanny casting launches in Wilmington at the 61st annual Azalea Festival

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The casting team of ABC’s popular parenting series SUPERNANNY is searching for Wilmington families to be on the brand new fifth season of the hit show. Producers from Ricochet Television are hosting an open casting call on Saturday, April 12th and Sunday, April 13th from 10AM to 6PM at the Azalea Festival Street Fair in the children’s section in the Cotton Exchange parking lot (321 N. Front Street, Wilmington, NC 28401). Full story...
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Officials will report on probation for defendants in UNC death

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State officials are set to release a report on the probation of the two defendants charged with killing the student body president at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Full story...
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Sheriff Hewett indicted with embezzlement, obstruction

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videoBrunswick County Sheriff Ron Hewett was indicted on four criminal charges at today's hearing: three counts of embezzlement and one count of obstruction of justice. Hewett's problems have grown dramatically since a federal investigation was launched in June. Full story...
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Evidence against Wright detailed for third time as trial begins

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For the third time, evidence detailing the alleged crimes of former Rep. Thomas Wright is before the public. Full story...
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Elementary students mix poetry, basketball

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Basketball and poetry don't normally go hand in hand. But for some local elementary school students they were one and the same at UNCW Monday. Full story...
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Organ donation now possible online

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It will be easier for North Carolina residents to become organ donors, starting Tuesday. Full story...
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Wright, Hewett true examples of tragedy

Cal Maddux was one of the best teachers. Ever. And I was proud to be the final student he ever taught when I handed in my 10th grade English exam in June 1994. Dr.