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Archive - May 14, 2008

Dog Court in Wilmington

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videoA three-year old boy died Wednesday evening in Onslow County after being mauled by a pit bull at Camp Lejeune. The dog was caught and is being held at the Camp Lejeune kennel. What happens if you have a complaint about a dangerous dog? In New Hanover County it very well may end up in dog court... a light hearted name for a place that could have deadly consequences. Full story...
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New retail complex being planned

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Big plans are in the works for the intersection of Gordon Road and North College. Plans call for a 250,000 square foot shopping center. Full story...
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NC officials reverse college admissions policy for illegal immigrants

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videoThe state now says illegal immigrants will be prohibited from pursuing degrees at North Carolina community colleges, at least until state officials figure out whether a mandate passed six months ago to enroll illegal immigrants violates federal laws. Full story...
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Cost of summer RVing

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videoRVing is a great way to see the country, but soaring fuel prices may put the brakes on one of the summer's popular vacation activities. Some motor homes have a 55 gallon fuel tank and it costs around $200 to fill. That's up almost $50 from last year. Full story...
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Kenan School of Engineering Update

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School officials are now saying that the Kenan School of Engineering will be open next year, but will adopt a different model and only be available to certain students. Full story...
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Ocean Isle Beach Plans Memorial for Fire Victims

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Ocean Isle Beach will hold a memorial on Friday afternoon for seven SC college students who died in a fire there last fall.

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Defining Digital: Why the switch to DTV?

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videoWith the switch to digital television less than four months away, we are trying to help you better understand what's happening. Yesterday we looked at the science behind television and the switch to digital. Today we take a look at why the conversion from analog is happening in the first place. Full story...
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