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Archive - Apr 30, 2008

Shallotte realtor found dead

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Local realtor Adam Bradshaw was reported missing over the weekend. His body was found Tuesday night off Watts Road in Brunswick County. Full story...
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Presidential candidates' tax cut proposals

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Certified financial planner Ross Marino breaks down the three major presidential candidates' tax cut proposals. Full story...
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Sub crew visits seniors

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It's a busy week for the crew members of the USS North Carolina submarine. They visited the New Hanover County Senior Center Wednesday. Full story...
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Economic stimulus checks are on the way

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The $600 economic stimulus checks are hot off the printers and will soon be on their way to your home. Now the big question: How to spend it? Some people said they will pay bills or pay off student loans. Others said they plan to spend the money on regular expenses, like food and gas. Full story...
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GE-Hitachi expands in Wilmington

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GE-Hitachi is expanding its nuclear operations here in the Wilmington area, creating 900 jobs over the next five years. Full story...
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Candidates respond to attack ad

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Gubernatorial candidates are responding to an attack ad put out by the North Carolina Republican Party.

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Bill Clinton to visit Whiteville

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Just days after Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton visited Wilmington, her husband will campaign for her in our area. Full story...
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Sub, Battleship share historic radio call

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videoAn historic radio exchange took place Tuesday afternoon between the Battleship North Carolina and the new submarine USS North Carolina. Capt. Mark Davis and ham operator Bill Morine communicated with the Battleship from atop the submarine. Full story...
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