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Archive - May 1, 2008

NewsChannel 3 to broadcast sub commissioning live

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WWAY NewsChannel 3 will broadcast the commissioning ceremony for the USS North Carolina live from the Port of Wilmington. Steve Rondinaro will anchor our live coverage starting at 10 a.m. Saturday. Full story...
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Class trip money stolen from fifth graders

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videoEvery year fifth graders at Southport Christian School raise money for a class trip to Williamsburg. This year their hard work may not pay off. Full story...
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Suspect in Eve Carson death admits violating probation

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A man accused in the shooting death of University of North Carolina student body president Eve Carson has pleaded guilty to probation violations. Full story...
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8 candidates want to become NC lieutenant governor

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North Carolina's lieutenant governor wields little power, yet a crop of eight candidates is competing for the state's No. 2 spot. Full story...
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Man charged with assaulting 95-year-old woman

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A Wilmington man is charged with last month's brutal assault on a 95-year-old woman. Police say physical evidence links him to the attack. Brian Reavis, 41, is at the New Hanover County jail, being held under $1 million secured bond. Full story...
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NC gubernatorial candidates on education

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Overcrowded schools and a rising dropout rate -- just a few of the education issues North Carolina's gubernatorial candidates want to address if elected. Full story...
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Wilmington: Sub Commissioning May 3

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The Port of Wilmington will host the commissioning of the Navy's fourth Virginia-class submarine, which will become the fifth warship to bear the name North Carolina once it is commissioned. Full story...
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Former president visits Whiteville

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Bill Clinton was all the buzz in Whiteville Wednesday night. The former President came to town to campaign for his wife just days before the May 6 primary. Full story...
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