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Archive - Dec 3, 2009

Bumpy Road For Santa?

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The Carolina Beach Island of Lights Christmas parade could be a bit of a bumpy ride. Contractors for the Department of Transportation started a road construction project... Full story...
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Suspect in serial bank robberies arrested in SC

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There are new developments with the case of a suspected serial bank robber. Authorities in Horry County have a man in custody. Full story...
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Wilmington City Council discusses balancing budget

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The new look Wilmington City Council held it's first retreat Thursday. Newly elected members Charlie Rivenbark and Kevin O'Grady took part in the discussion. Full story...
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What is the future of real estate in Wilmington?

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Realtors, mortgage brokers, bankers, and other professionals gathered Thursday to discuss the future of the real estate market in the greater Wilmington area. Panelists addressed problems in the real estate market... Full story...
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Pender pets hoping for a home for the holidays

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videoThere is no place like home for the holidays, and that is exactly what the Pender County Animal Shelter is thinking. That is why it is allowing you to adopt a cat or dog for free Saturday - sort of. Full story...
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What's Happening: December 4-6

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videoIt is beginning to look a lot like Christmas - at least it will this weekend, judging by all the events happening across the area. And that's not the only holiday going on. Marcy Cuevas tells us What's Happening. Full story...
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Study shows no link between cell phone use and brain tumors - yet

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There is reassuring news Thursday night for mobile phone users. A study from Scandinavia found no increase in the rate of brain tumors, even as cell phone use rose dramatically. But experts say the case is not closed just yet. Full story...
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Oh, deer! Woman OK after encounter on NC sidewalk

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A North Carolina business owner is recovering from injuries she suffered when she encountered a herd of deer on a downtown Tarboro sidewalk. Full story...
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Swine flu vaccine more available in some NC areas

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The swine flu vaccine is becoming more available in some areas of North Carolina. The Charlotte Observer reported that health departments in Mecklenburg, Cabarrus and Gaston counties will offer the vaccine to anyone who wants it, starting next week. Full story...
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Recession doesn't hurt NC Christmas tree sales

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Shoppers may be trimming their lists in this recession, but North Carolina growers say the people will still be trimming their Christmas trees. Full story...
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French pianist to perform free of charge in NC

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The North Carolina Symphony contacted renowned French pianist Pascal Roge to cancel his performances because it couldn't afford him. Full story...
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New Hanover High students get "street smart"

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New Hanover High School students got a lesson outside the classroom Wednesday. Orlando firefighters and paramedics are traveling around the world to teach local high schoolers... Full story...
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Victims in 10th Street shooting released from hospital

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Two victims wounded in Monday night’s fatal shooting in Wilmington have been released from the hospital. Full story...
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State site hosts deals

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Looking for a good deal this holiday season? The state of North Carolina may be Santa's little helper. Full story...
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Applications available for Sheriff's Citizens Academy

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Participants will be exposed to many different aspects of law enforcement and the criminal justice system. Full story...
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