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Archive - Aug 2008

UNCW trying to increase diversity

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videoSome local experts believe that UNCW is not diverse enough, and that has caused concern among school leaders, who want to see things change. Full story...
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Alleged Thief Caught on Camera by WWAY

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videoIt was a fairly routine Wednesday night at the Central Church of Christ in Wilmington, until a man was spotted coming out of the nursery room in the basement of the church after stealing a DVD player. Full story...
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Wilmington Housing Authority hires new CEO

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The Wilmington Housing Authority has hired a new CEO. Full story...
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School safety a concern after attempted kidnapping

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School officials are trying to ease parents' minds after yesterday's report of an attempted kidnapping. Full story...
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Suspects arrested in Ashley High vandalism

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Three young men have been arrested in connection with the extensive vandalism last week at Ashley High School. Full story...
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Fighting for animal rights

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videoFor the last 20 years, Peter MacQueen, the president of the Eastern North Carolina Humane Society, has been fighting for the health and well being of animals. Full story...
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Warrants issued for accused child molester in Pender County

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Pender County authorities have issued warrants for a man accused of sexually assaulting numerous children in Rocky Point. Full story...
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Lawmakers override governor's veto on boat towing

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The state legislature made North Carolina history today. Lawmakers voted in a specially called session to override governor Easley's veto on a bill that eased boat towing restrictions. Full story...
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Wright found guilty of obstruction of justice

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Former North Carolina Rep. Thomas Wright has been found guilty of felony obstruction of justice. Full story...
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AAA: Labor Day travel expected to drop

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Although gas prices have dropped sharply in the Carolinas this summer, Labor Day weekend travel is still expected to be down almost 1 percent from last year. Full story...
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