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Archive - Apr 14, 2008

School bus accident sends one to hospital

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A school bus accident in Brunswick County school sent one person to the hospital. Full story...
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Man offering cash reward for information in attack of elderly woman

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Many people had strong emotions after hearing about a 95-year-old Wilmington woman who was attacked, assaulted and robbed in her home Saturday morning. Full story...
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Program helps abused children

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The month of April is child abuse prevention month. The Guardian ad Litem program plays a big part in helping children who are victims of abuse. Full story...
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The Azalea Festival Parade

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videoHundreds of people were in Downtown Wilmington Saturday morning enjoying the Azalea Festival Parade. Full story...
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Wanted Marine may have e-mailed sheriff, seeking help from Mexico

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Detectives are investigating whether a Marine charged with the brutal slaying of a pregnant colleague might have e-mailed authorities, asking a question about turning himself in. Full story...
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Cars towed in Azalea Festival parking mix-up

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videoPrivate property generally means no parking for drivers. But a situation this weekend over a vacant lot in Wilmington had some drivers confused with costly consequences. Full story...
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Hewett to receive paycheck during suspension

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Opinions on the street are mixed as to whether Brunswick County Sheriff Ronald Hewett should get a paycheck during his suspension. But opinions aside, the county attorney has made a decision. Full story...
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Snake gets loose in serpentarium

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videoThe serpentarium on Orange Street in downtown Wilmington has some of the worlds deadliest snakes on display. Full story...
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NC media sue Easley, allege violations of public records law

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Media organizations from across North Carolina have sued Gov. Mike Easley, charging that his administration violated the state's public records law through the "systematic deletion, destruction or concealment" of e-mail messages. Full story...
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DOT projects dropped or delayed

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Thanks to new cost estimates from the Department of Transportation drivers waiting for improved road conditions in southeastern North Carolina will have to wait longer. Full story...
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Four firms are finalists for Bragg construction

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Officials say four construction firms have been selected as finalists for the contract to build the new 650,000-square-foot headquarters for the U.S. Army Forces Command and Reserve Command. Full story...
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Friends, family help woman build new house

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videoAs the saying goes, home is where the heart is. That's especially true for one Wilmington resident whose friends, family and co-workers are helping to build her first house after a long personal struggle. Full story...
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New Hanover County Board of Elections sees busy registration season

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More than twice as many people registered to vote in New Hanover County this year as did during the last presidential election back in 2004. Full story...
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Moore, Perdue endorsements of Obama should bring votes, risks

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North Carolina's two leading Democratic candidates for governor are carefully publicizing their support for Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, mostly to black residents. Full story...
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National Weather Service confirms weekend tornado in Wayne County

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The National Weather Service has confirmed that a weak tornado with winds estimated at 75 mph touched down in Wayne County on Saturday and damaged several mobile homes. Full story...
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