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Archive - Apr 2008

Civil War coming to Brunswick Community College

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The Civil War is coming to Brunswick Community College. This weekend Civil War re-enactors -- like those at the Cameron Art Museum back in February -- will be part of Back in Time, sponsored by BCC's Institute of Lifelong Learning. Full story...
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Pender County EMS strained

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videoOur area is growing and more people mean more emergencies. That's becoming very apparent in one local county. Full story...
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Man recognized as 'caregiver of the year'

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videoNot many people have what it takes to give back to those in need every day. But one Wilmington man does and is now a local celebrity. Full story...
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Should college students be allowed to carry weapons on campus?

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videoTwo deadly shootings over the past year have raised the issue of self-defense. In Wilmington a group of UNCW students is pushing to allow guns. Full story...
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Students return to school after bomb plot

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Students went through metal detectors and extra security at Chesterfield High School today, after a student was arrested and charged with possessing bomb making materials. Full story...
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Police fatally shoot man in Wilson

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Wilson police officers have fatally shot a man suspected in an early-morning shooting. Full story...
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NC motorcycle deaths triple since '97

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The number of people killed in motorcycle accidents in North Carolina has tripled in the last decade. Full story...
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North Carolina now taping murder suspect statements

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Police in North Carolina are now taping their interviews with homicide suspects, under a new law that took effect last month. Full story...
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Thousands enjoy air show

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You may have heard the roar of jet engines this weekend coming from the Coastal Carolina Air Show. Full story...
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Governor's candidates focused on state dropout rate

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North Carolina's major gubernatorial candidates are making reduction of the state's dropout rate a part of their campaign. Full story...
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