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Archive - Apr 24, 2009

Worldly turtle winds up at Topsail

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videoWillamina, or Willy for short, is a Kemp's ridley sea turtle that's stirred up plenty of worldwide attention because she's the first turtle to own two passports. Full story...
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Bald Head pays tribute to wounded warriors

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videoChief meteorologist Chris Philips spent Friday afternoon on Bald Head Island. He found out how the community of Bald Head is honoring wounded warriors. Full story...
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Future judge has big overdue tax bill to take care of

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The woman Governor Bev Perdue appointed to be the next judge of Bladen, Brunswick and Columbus counties has a huge overdue tax bill. Full story...
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Holocaust survivors visit Cape Fear Academy

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Students at Cape Fear Academy had the chance to hear from two Holocaust survivors, Bronia Merlin who survived five years of captivity in Auschwitz, and Alfred Schnog who escaped from Germany before the worst of the Holocaust. Full story...
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Fires causing concern in Columbus County

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videoThe affects of the fires around Myrtle Beach are being felt beyond Horry County. Wind is pushing smoke and ash into Columbus County in North Carolina. Full story...
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Hit and run driver gives reason for fleeing

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The man charged with a hit and run in Wilmington yesterday, said he had a reason for fleeing. Darelle Young of Leland told police he was worried about not being an authorized driver of the rental car he was in. Full story...
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WPD interested in Iannone, former suspect in Foy and Rothen murders

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The man cleared as a person of interest in the murders of Allison Foy and Angela Rothen is once again a suspect. Wilmington police detectives confirmed today that Tim Iannone is back on their radar. Full story...
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Webinar teaches about social networking

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video"Tweeting" and "poking" is common terminology in the social networking world, but to many these Twitter and Facebook terms may as well be a foreign language. Full story...
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Fewer people out of work

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There is some good news on the unemployment front. The March numbers are out and unemployment rates decreased in every county in our viewing area. Full story...
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Room makeover is extreme for local boy

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videoA 15-year-old New Hanover County boy who is battling leukemia hasn't had a real bedroom to call his own for some time, but thanks to the Welcome Home Angel organization, Zach came home from a fishing trip to a brand new bedroom. Full story...
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