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Archive - Jul 14, 2008

Woman Accused of Scamming Small Businesses

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A crime alert for local businesses. Brunswick county authorities are looking for a woman they say is scamming businesses out of thousands of dollars and she seems to be a pro. Full story...
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Fast Food Robbery

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New Hanover deputies are trying to track down a fast food robber Full story...
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Tuesday is deadline to submit cement plant comments

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Tuesday, July 15 is the deadline to submit comments and concerns to the Army Corps of Engineers about a proposed Titan America Cement plant in Castle Hayne. Full story...
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Update on progress of repairs to local bridges

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videoSeveral major bridges have either undergone repairs or will soon face construction.

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High fuel costs have many aviation leaders worried

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videoThe price of fuel is so high, many aviation leaders are worried about the future of their business. Full story...
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President Bush lifts ban on offshore drilling

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President Bush has lifted an executive ban on offshore oil drilling. Full story...
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Wilmington Convention Center on schedule

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Work on Wilmington's convention center is moving forward. Full story...
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Decline in sea turtle population

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videoNew research shows the sea turtle population is more threatened than ever. Some scientists say commercial fishing is to blame. Full story...
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UNCW hosts YEP Camp

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Area youth sharpened their real world business skills today. Full story...
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Camp Lejeune Marine charged with murder

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videoAnother set of charred remains were found last night in Onslow County.

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Wallace teenager in critical condition

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A trip to the lake left a Wallace teenager in critical condition. Full story...
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Local business celebrates Bastille Day

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One local business is bringing France's Bastille Day traditions to Wilmington. Full story...
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Questions raised about NC work zone enforcement

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There are questions about some of the North Carolina Highway Patrol's efforts to enforce construction work zones laws. Full story...
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4 people injured when geese cause wreck

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Police say four people were injured in a four-vehicle wreck on an interstate highway caused when a flock of geese tried to cross the roadway. Full story...
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Slain soldier's husband charged with arson

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The husband of a slain Fort Bragg soldier whose remains were found in brush fire near Camp Lejeune has been charged with first-degree arson. Full story...
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