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Archive - Dec 2009

Officials seeking help in case of missing teen

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The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office needs your help finding a missing teen. Tiffany Skyler Jackson is a 16-year-old white female. She is five-foot-eight, 125 pounds with green eyes and brown hair.

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Carolina Beach woman delivers Christmas early

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videoChristmas came a little early for some folks, thanks to a Carolina Beach woman. Cyndi Farmer spent some of her money, countless hours and one long night to put toys under the tree for local kids this Christmas. Full story...
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What's Happening: December 25-27

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videoIf you have family visiting you for the holidays, you don't have to keep them indoors this weekend. Marcy Cuevas tells us What's Happening. Full story...
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20th Anniversary of Wilmington's Winter Wonderland

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videoThursday marks the 20th anniversary of the snowstorm that dropped nearly two feet of snow on Wilmington. It was Christmas Eve 1989. Watch as WWAY's John Rendleman provides his perspective of the winter wonderland. Full story...
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Final part of I-40 rock slide work starts Monday

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Final work is to start Monday to remove tons of rocks that fell on Interstate 40 near the North Carolina-Tennessee state line. Full story...
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Two men arrested in connection with Kerr Ave. robbery

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New Hanover County deputies have arrested two men have after a mini mart robbery on North Kerr Avenue Wednesday afternoon. Full story...
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Icy forecast for western NC in time for Santa

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Any dashing that Santa Claus - or anyone else - has in mind for northwestern North Carolina might turn into slipping and sliding instead. Full story...
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More are giving, but NC charities are getting less

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North Carolina officials say less than half of the nearly $300 million in charitable donations in the past year went to the charities - the rest went to marketing and fundraising companies. Full story...
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