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Archive - Aug 13, 2008

Late Night Wilmington Bus Service Starts Aug. 14

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videoStarting Thursday, August 14th there's going to be late night bus service from downtown Wilmington to the neighborhoods surrounding the UNCW campus. One purpose of the bus is to keep drunk drivers off the streets of Wilmington late at night. Full story...
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Body found in freezer

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The New Hanover County Sheriff's Department is handling what is being called a bizarre death investigation. Full story...
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Law enforcement to keep an eye on Masonboro Island this Labor Day

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videoThe summer boating season is winding down. For many, that means one last hurrah out on Masonboro Island. But this year, law enforcement officers will be there too. Full story...
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Sketch artist helps local law enforcement

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videoWilmington police are using a few leads and a composite sketch to find the man responsible for a brutal downtown assault. The likeness may be the strongest clue detectives have to find the man who raped and stabbed a woman. Full story...
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Follow-Up on man in battle with his HOA over tow truck

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We have an update tonight on the New Hanover County man at war with his homeowners association over his tow truck. Full story...
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Sheriff Ingram hosts residents for breakfast

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videoIt has been about two months since John Ingram was sworn in as the new sheriff of Brunswick County. He was appointed after Ron Hewett's resignation.

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Rain today, but should we still conserve water?

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videoPlenty of rain today and right near the average for the year, but after a severe drought last year should we be keeping an eye on how much water we use? Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Woman with unfinished construction job seeking justice

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videoLinda Kasyan's yard has been covered with building materials, and an unfinished project for the past 3 months. Full story...
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Slow economy increases library traffic

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The slow economy has renewed interest in the public library. Full story...
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Update on possible Columbus County attack

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Tuesday we told you about a Columbus County family concerned about what they say was a brutal attack on their elderly aunt last October. Full story...
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