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Archive - May 2008

Troubleshooters: Older resident having trouble finding work

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videoHarvey Jackson is 70. Despite his good health and willingness to take almost any job he could find, he says employers can't seem to look past his age. Full story...
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State of Our Schools: Dropout Rates

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videoAcross North Carolina, students are dropping out of high school at an alarming rate. It is also a problem many of our local counties face each school year. Full story...
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Updates in Calabash murder

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There is new information tonight in the May 8 murder of James Murdock in Calabash. Full story...
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Hearing held in student body president case

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Autopsy report will not be unsealed in the case of the murdered University of North Carolina student body president. Full story...
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Mayors and police lobby lawmakers to fight gangs

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Dozens of mayors and police officers are visiting Raleigh to push state lawmakers to approve anti-gang legislation they say is urgently needed. Full story...
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Property taxes, Wave Transit discussed at Wilmington City Council meeting

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Resident's voice concerns over possible tax hike, Wave Transit gets additional funding. Full story...
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Wilmington ten year plan to end homelessness

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videoA new plan was launched today to end homelessness in the Cape Fear region over the next ten years. In ten years, the plan hopes everyone in the Cape Fear region will have access to permanent and affordable housing. Full story...
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State of Our Schools: Solutions

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videoWe continue our in depth look into the state of our schools. The current state has some education leaders worried about the future of our country. Full story...
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New Hanover County holds hurricane evacuation drill

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Hurricane Katrina reminded all of us just how important it is to prepare before a hurricane strikes. New Hanover County Emergency Management officials are getting their ducks in a row in the event a massive storm hits our coast. Full story...
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Detectives still investigating remains found off Carolina Beach Road

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More than three weeks after human remains were found off of Carolina Beach Road, detectives are still awaiting DNA results to identify the victims. Full story...
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Three bridges in Wrightsville Beach need to be repaired

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videoThree bridges in Wrightsville Beach need to be repaired. Full story...
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NC gas tax holiday proposed

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The average price at the pump currently in North Carolina is $3.77. A state law maker is making a new push for a gas tax holiday. Full story...
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High gas prices affect local deliveries

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videoHigh gas prices are affecting the pizza man and the florist. Both are feeling the pinch. Full story...
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Bus driver won't be charged in pedestrian accident

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The bus driver that hit and killed an exchange student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will not be charged. Full story...
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UNCW launches wave buoy

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Earlier this month UNCW's Coastal Ocean Research & Monitoring program deployed the first ever "wave buoy" in this part of North Carolina. Full story...
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