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Archive - Aug 2008

Follow-up on weekend assaults

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videoWilmington police say the same man may have attacked two women. The attacks happened over the weekend, and may be connected to a downtown rape last month. Full story...
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UNCW Cell Phone Connection

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videoA new mobile program at UNC Wilmington aims to keep students connected to campus. UNCW'S new mobile education program is the brainchild of professors Jeff Brown and Ron Vetter. Full story...
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Gov. Easley rejects plan to ease boat towing rules

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Gov. Mike Easley has vetoed a measure that would have eased boat towing restrictions for North Carolina motorists. Full story...
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Dunkin' Donuts to challenge Krispy Kreme at home

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Dunkin' Donuts is going after Krispy Kreme, right in its hometown of Winston-Salem. Full story...
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Fay could bring needed rain to NC mountains

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Forecasters say Tropical Storm Fay could bring much-needed rain this week to the ease drought conditions in the mountains of western North Carolina. Full story...
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I give up! Now just tell us.

Welcome to the digital age of politics, where some time in the next few days Barack Obama will send an e-mail to supporters and anyone else who signed up letting us know who, if Obama becomes the 4

Wrightsville Beach Considers Ban On Human Waste Disposal On Boats

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videoWrightsville Beach town officials are exploring the possibility of prohibiting boaters from dumping waste from their onboard toilets into the public waters around town. Some say it's time to flush out the problem before it's too late. Full story...
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Wilmington Attacks

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videoPolice are still looking for a man that is believed to have attacked two women in Wilmington Saturday morning. Full story...
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Reaching for the Skies

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videoAmidst the millions of stars in the night sky are stories, legends and important history that have been passed down for generations. This month’s Cape Fear skies program at the Cape Fear Museum summed them up. Full story...
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Firemen fill their boots

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Myrtle Grove Volunteer Fire Department holds annual "fill the boot" fundraiser. Full story...
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Crews clean up derailed train

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A spokesperson for CSX railroad company says the company has moved a derailed locomotive and is working on moving ten derailed cars. Full story...
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Train derails in Bladen County

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videoAll Bladen and Columbus County emergency personnel were called Saturday to respond to the scene of a CSX train derailment in East Arcadia. Full story...
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12th annual East Coast Wahine Championship

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videoThe East Coast Wahine Championship is the largest women's surfing contest on the east coast and has contestants of all ages, proving that whether you're 5 or 55 you're never the wrong age to catch a wave. Full story...
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Delay in sentencing of Ronald Hewett

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There is a delay in the sentencing for former Brunswick County Sheriff Ronald Hewett.

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Undocumented immigrants still banned from NC Community Colleges

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Undocumented immigrants are still officially banned from North Carolina Community Colleges. Full story...
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