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Archive - May 15, 2008

Pit bull bites deputy, dog killed

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videoA dramatic twist to to a story WWAY first reported Wednesday night results in a deputy sent to a hospital and a dog shot dead. We showed you John Williams and his wife Sandra in dog court. Their pit bull "Joe" was in trouble for biting a deputy who lived down the street. The dog court committee ruled the Williams had to restrain and muzzle the dog. Full story...
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Defining Digital: How to make the switch to digital

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videoAll this week we have been explaining how the digital transition will work and who it will affect. If people with analog TV's want to continue to use them after the swtich in September, they will need a digital converter box. Full story...
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Firefighters practice in former housing project

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The Nesbitt Court Housing Project was once home for hundreds of Wilmington residents. Now, it's a training ground for Wilmington's bravest. Full story...
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Sea turtle nesting season

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videoEach year hundreds of Loggerhead turtles hatch along our coast and make their way into the ocean. Before they get there, they have plenty of human obstacles to contend with Full story...
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Shooting in Wilmington

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videoTwo local schools were put on lock down this afternoon after a shooting nearby. Full story...
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Adolescents experience depression

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According to a new study, an estimated 2 million American adolescents have experienced major depression within the last year. Full story...
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NC attorney general warns of IRS e-mail scam

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RALEIGH -- The North Carolina Attorney General's Office says fake Internal Revenue Service e-mails are circulating online that promise to help people get their economic stimulus tax refunds quicker. Full story...
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Defining Digital: Who will the switch affect?

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videoWith the digital television switch just a few months away for folks in our viewing area, we want to make sure you understand how the switch will work. Today we're going to look at exactly who the switch will affect. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Man protests driving regulations

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videoIn this troubleshooters report: A Pender County man who refuses to get a license plate, registration, or insurance on his truck. Full story...
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Local student named female athlete of the year

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Pender High senior Jannetta Robinson earned the award for her outstanding athletic achievements during her high school career. Full story...
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Nuclear Regulatory Commission calls meeting about local GE plant

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The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has called a meeting regarding the GE Plant in Castle Hayne. The commission is concerned about an alert the global nuclear fuels facility issued in January when moisture may have leaked into a container of uranium dioxide powder. Full story...
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UNCW cleared to begin housing construction

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UNC Wilmington has the OK to begin construction on its controversial housing project today. Full story...
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