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Archive - Aug 19, 2008

New initiative to lower legal drinking age

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videoCollege students are moving in, and college partying will not be far behind. Now, a group of educators is proposing a surprising way to deal with campus binge drinking -- lower the drinking age. Full story...
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Community watch meeting tonight

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videoA group of downtown residents will meet tonight, to talk about starting an active community watch group. Full story...
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Dead zones in coastal waterways

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videoA new study indicates that waterways in coastal areas around the world are suffering. Full story...
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Training for a terrorist attack in our area

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Our area is home to a nuclear plant, and a major port. That makes it a potential target for terrorists, and that is why the Coast Guard has a plan, just in case. Full story...
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Beach Blast welcomes back UNCW students

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videoThe beach was packed with UNCW students today. Full story...
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Sex offenders banned from Pender parks

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Registered sex offenders are no longer allowed in Pender County parks. Full story...
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Teachers in Brunswick County preparing for school

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Dozens of teachers in Brunswick County are getting ready for the new school year. Full story...
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Police still searching for suspect in this weekend's assaults

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videoWilmington police are still investigating attacks on two women over the weekend. Investigators think the same suspect may be involved in both attacks. Full story...
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New Hanover County Schools offer free Tdap boosters

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Registered nurses of the New Hanover County Health Department will be providing Tdap (Tetanus, Pertussis, and Diphtheria) booster immunizations for rising NHCS sixth grade students. Full story...
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WWAY will test the digital switch tonight, August 19 at 7:30

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As you should know by now, all the stations in our market are switching to digital signals only on September 8. Full story...
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