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Archive - Dec 11, 2009

Seahawk students staring at possible tuition hike

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videoIt looks tuition is on the way up at UNCW. Trustees met Friday to ponder their options. Full story...
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Fallout and reactions to possible charges against R.C. Soles

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videoReactions vary, but many think it is time for Senator RC Soles to step down as he could soon be facing criminal charges. Full story...
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Hanukkah starts at sundown

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Tonight is the first night of Hanukkah. Rabbi Harley Karz-Wagman explains the significance of the holiday, a Jewish dedication to serve God. Full story...
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Southport Ferry Service Temporarily Reduced

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The Southport - Fort Fisher ferry is temporarily running only half of its routes as one of its vessels goes in for service. Full story...
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One egg-stremely unique Christmas tree

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videoMost of us have unique decorations and traditions that make Christmas special within our families. Friday, we take you to a historic home in Wilmington where the Christmas tradition is remarkably involved and ornate, thanks to one amazing woman. Full story...
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WARNING: CFPUA warns of false employees

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The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority is urging you to beware. They say two people have been falsely representing themselves as employees, requesting to check water pressure issues. Full story...
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NHRMC, Adopt-a-Family program help those in need

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New Hanover Regional Medical Center's ambulances doubled as delivery vans this morning. For 15 years, the Adopt-a-Family program has been a tradition at the hospital. Full story...
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Souhtport-Fort Fisher ferry suspends half of runs

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The Southport-Fort Fisher ferry is temporarily running only half of its routes as one of its vessels goes in for service. Full story...
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Fancy footwork part of final exams at UNCW

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It was a final exam involving some fancy footwork for some students at UNCW Thursday. Twenty-four students competed in an International Ballroom and Latin Dance competition for the final grade. Full story...
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