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Archive - Dec 10, 2009

Air of contention surrounds Titan

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Opponents of the Titan Cement Plant have filed suit, asking the state to review the permitting process. Full story...
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Fate of Nesbitt Courts still up in the air

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videoNesbitt Courts has been empty since 2007, but plans to demolish the historic Wilmington housing project could be going up in smoke. Full story...
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Facebook users outspoken about new privacy settings

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videoNew privacy settings on the social-networking site Facebook may actually be exposing your information, rather than protecting it. Full story...
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Pender County family displaced by fire

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Fire investigators say an over-loaded switch panel sparked the blaze in a mobile home in Burgaw. Full story...
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Debate rages on in Topsail Beach

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videoA meeting that went late into the night dealt a blow to those hoping for more sand. Residents and homeowners at the beach are begging for more sand, but it comes at a heavy price.

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Verizon employees bring cheer to domestic violence shelter

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Verizon Wireless employees called in some holiday cheer for families from the domestic violence shelter. Thirteen hundred employees from the Verizon Call Center adopted... Full story...
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Baby injured in Thursday accident, man dies from Wednesday accident

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It has been a bad couple of days for traffic incidents in the city of Wilmington. An 18-month-old was taken to Chapel Hill, for injuries suffered in a crash Thursday morning at the corner of Third and Meares streets. Full story...
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Grand Jury requests indictment against Soles

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videoThe Columbus County Grand Jury found probable cause to seek an indictment against the Senator, for shooting a man on his property in late August.

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Island of Lights Tour of Homes back at Pleasure Island

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The Island of Lights has become a holiday tradition on Pleasure Island. But last year, part of that tradition was missing. The Tour of Homes is back this year though. Full story...
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What's Happening: December 11-13

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videoSanta is going to be busy this weekend appearing in parades and at festivals. And if you are shopping for holiday gifts, an auction in Onslow County may be for you. Full story...
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NC Sen. Burr will block US attorney nominee

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Republican Sen. Richard Burr says he will try to block a White House attempt to replace the federal prosecutor overseeing a probe into two-time presidential candidate John Edwards. Full story...
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Opponents turn to court to derail NC cement plant

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Environmental groups have gone to court to force a controversial cement plant near the North Carolina coast into a full review of potential pollution before it receives state operating permits. Full story...
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NC's Greensboro College warned about finances

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A struggling North Carolina college has gotten a formal warning about its financial condition, but otherwise gotten off easy. Full story...
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NC Salvation Army collector charged with stealing

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Authorities say a Salvation Army bell ringer in North Carolina stole the kettle he was using to collect money, saying he needed the money to pay court fees. Full story...
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Man pleads guilty to shooting, wounding NC officer

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A man has pleaded guilty to shooting and wounding a North Carolina police officer earlier this year. Full story...
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