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Archive - 2008

Click It or Ticket event held at Battleship

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If you're hitting the roads this holiday weekend, make sure you buckle up. Law enforcement officers from across the state came together at the battleship Wednesday to launch the fifteenth year of the state's Click It or Ticket campaign. Full story...
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Reward offered for information in cold case

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Family is offering $10,000 for help in finding killer. Full story...
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Unemployment numbers are up

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videoThe latest state unemployment numbers are in, and they're up. Right now, North Carolina has a 5.4 percent unemployment rate, and while that's not terribly high, people in our area say it is becoming increasingly difficult to find work. Full story...
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Interview with Sheriff Ingram

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videoIt's officially day number two for Brunswick County's new sheriff. County commissioners approved the Democratic party's decision to have John Ingram finish out the final two and a half years of Ron Hewett's term. Full story...
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Wilmington considering tax increase

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videoWilmington's City Council is working with a tight budget this fiscal year. They're considering a citywide property tax increase. Full story...
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Troubleshooters: Older resident having trouble finding work

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videoHarvey Jackson is 70. Despite his good health and willingness to take almost any job he could find, he says employers can't seem to look past his age. Full story...
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State of Our Schools: Dropout Rates

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videoAcross North Carolina, students are dropping out of high school at an alarming rate. It is also a problem many of our local counties face each school year. Full story...
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Updates in Calabash murder

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There is new information tonight in the May 8 murder of James Murdock in Calabash. Full story...
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Hearing held in student body president case

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Autopsy report will not be unsealed in the case of the murdered University of North Carolina student body president. Full story...
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Mayors and police lobby lawmakers to fight gangs

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Dozens of mayors and police officers are visiting Raleigh to push state lawmakers to approve anti-gang legislation they say is urgently needed. Full story...
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