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Archive - Apr 2008

Iraqis accuse NC-based Blackwater of shredding documents

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Lawyers for several Iraqis have accused North Carolina-based Blackwater Worldwide of shredding documents related to federal investigations into the company. Full story...
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Hillary Clinton visits Wilmington

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videoIt was a politically charged Sunday night at the riverfront in downtown Wilmington. More than 5,000 people packed downtown Wilmington to hear Sen. Hillary Clinton speak. She spoke about everything from turning around the economy to America’s relationship with China. Full story...
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USS North Carolina submarine coming to Port City

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Boaters beware: there will be strict security near the state port today for the arrival of the USS North Carolina. Full story...
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Obama coming to Wilmington, Bill Clinton to Whiteville

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A day after Sen. Hillary Clinton spoke to a crowd of about 5,000 along the Wilmington Riverwalk, Sen. Barack Obama's campaign expects a packed house at UNCW's Trask Coliseum Monday. Full story...
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UPDATE: Clinton visit upsets sorority

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Hillary Clinton's visit to Wilmington may have garnered her some support from voters. But probably not from the members of one UNCW sorority. Full story...
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Human bones found in Wilmington

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Wilmington Police are investigating human skeletal remains found behind a business in the 3500 block of Carolina Beach Road Saturday afternoon. Investigators say passersby found the scattered remains that appear to be from two people. Full story...
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Clinton visits Jacksonville

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Sen. Hillary Clinton pledged to end the war in Iraq and bring US troops home. During her speech she pointed out how happy she was to be in Jacksonville and how excited she was to be in the race for presidency. Full story...
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New Hanover students develop low-flow toilet

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videoSome New Hanover County students are making a difference for the environment outside the classroom. And it all started with an unlikely source. Full story...
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Local farmer growing crops for fuel

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People all over the country are doing what they can to offset the rising fuel prices. One farmer in our area has an idea -- why not grow it? Full story...
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Senator says Army looking into barracks conditions

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Sen. Elizabeth Dole says she contacted the Secretary of the Army about a video posted on YouTube.com that shows broken toilets, plugged drains and other poor living conditions in a barracks at Fort Bragg. Full story...
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Managing morning madness

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videoSometimes getting up, ready and out the door in the mornings can be the most hectic and stressful time of the day. But there are ways to manage the morning madness. Full story...
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New stormawater run-off rules cause concern

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Thursday we told you about new state rules proposed to protect coastal waterways from stormwater run-off. Some members of the North Carolina Coastal Federation have concerns about how the rules are being received by county commissioners. Full story...
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Affordable Housing Summit held

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Realtors, lenders, builders and many more came together today to find a solution to a growing problem in this region. The problem is the lack of affordable housing. Full story...
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2 NC-based Marines killed in Iraq

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The military says two Marines from Camp Lejeune have died of wounds they suffered during combat in Iraq's Anbar province. Full story...
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Suspects in North Carolina deaths captured in Virginia

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A man and woman suspected in the deaths of two people in Winston-Salem (North Carolina) surrendered this morning after a five-hour stand-off with state police in front of a Norfolk, Virginia, mall. Full story...
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