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Archive - Jun 16, 2009

Search warrants provide more information about Maisenhelder

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We're learning more about the investigation into John Maisenhelder, the owner of a Wilmington after school karate program charged with inappropriately touching children. Full story...
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Alledged drug dealer off streets after Brunswick County teacher arrested

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videoThe Brunswick County Sheriff's Department has taken a major drug dealer off the streets. Detectives say he dealt prescription drugs to a Brunswick County kindergarten teacher. Brunswick County Sheriff's Deputies say they found the teacher in possession of Fentanyl, an extremely powerful opiate. Full story...
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Government hopes to get car sales in gear

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videoWhile cars sit idle on sales lots throughout the country, Washington lawmakers are taking steps to get the car industry rolling again. Full story...
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Camp helps kids learn s'more about computers

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videoRoasting marshmallows and singing campfire songs likely come to mind when we think of summer camp. However, if you ask a group of local middle school aged kids, they'll probably say "keyboards" and "mouse pads". That's because they've been going to computer camp. Full story...
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Native American students may have to change schools

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videoThe Waccamaw-Siouan tribe community straddles the Bladen / Columbus county line. Those on the Bladen side have been allowed to go to Columbus County schools with no problem, but new school policies are changing that. Full story...
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Foreclosure prevention has helped some NC homeowners

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Governor Perdue said the State Home Foreclosure Prevention Project has helped more than 1,000 North Carolina homeowners avoid foreclosure. Full story...
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Microburst takes Bladenboro by storm

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videoA microburst touched down in Bladenboro last night. That's not a tornado, but it still caused enough damage to warrant a big cleanup Tuesday. Full story...
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Pender couple may get malnourished horses back

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Billy Joe Suttles and his wife Laura Louise Westbrock plead no contest to animal cruelty charges in Pender County Tuesday. Full story...
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Two candidates considered to serve rest of Stiller's term

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videoThe Brunswick County Republican Party meets Tuesday night to figure out who will replace Bonner Stiller in the State House of Representatives.

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Marino on Money: June 16

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videoIf your credit score is not where you'd like it to be you are not alone. In this Marino on Money, Ross has some useful tips for credit repair. Full story...
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NC city asked to regret 1979 Klan shootings

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Greensboro City Council will be asked for a statement of regret about the deadly 1979 Klan shootings during a Communist Workers Party march. Full story...
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Death penalty opponents walk NC roads in protest

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Death penalty opponents are planning a 300-mile walk around eastern North Carolina to lobby for abolition of capital punishment in the state. Full story...
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NC trooper wins national trooper of the year honor

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A 47-year-old North Carolina state trooper is getting ready to receive a national award. Full story...
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2 workers injured at Slim Jim plant sue contracting firm

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Two workers injured in an explosion at a Slim Jim processing plant in North Carolina have sued a contracting firm, saying that company is responsible for a natural gas leak identified as the cause of the blast. Full story...
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NC man enters plea in son's death

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A North Carolina man whose 13-year-old son died after being tied to a tree has entered a plea to second-degree murder in which he acknowledges prosecutors have enough evidence to convict him. Full story...
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