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Archive - Jun 23, 2009

Teen driver free on bond, facing manslaughter charges

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videoCaleb Diaz and Jacob Mosely died after a fatal crash off Royal Oaks Road. Jospeh Moreno was driving the car, and at seventeen years old, he is facing two counts of involuntary manslaughter. Full story...
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Cause for economic optimism?

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videoArea unemployment rates are the highest they've been in the last 15 years, but early rebounds in retail sales, real estate sales, and room occupancy tax collections are signs of strength for the local economy. Full story...
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Hammerheads to host MLS' Chicago Fire

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videoNormally when the Wilmington Hammerheads play soccer they play teams on their same level, the second division of United Soccer League, one of the minor leagues of pro soccer. However, on Tuesday, June 30th, the Hammerheads get to host a MLS team. Full story...
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Social media helps inform world of Iranian crisis

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videoWith the Iranian government clamping down on journalists and coverage, much of what we know about the situation has reached us via social media, something completely unheard of just a few years ago. Full story...
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Keeping H1N1 out of summer camps

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It's summer camp time, and with so many kids being in such close quarters, camps are trying to prevent the H1N1 virus from spreading. Full story...
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Sheriffs believe suspects in spa raids may have left state

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A Brunswick County prostitution raid that ended in fourteen arrests has left sheriff's deputies hoping the suspects return for their court date. Full story...
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Senate Commerce Committee thrown for a loop

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Senators put the brakes on some legislative sleight of hand that would have effectively stalled the Titan America cement plant in Wilmington. Full story...
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Five horses back in Pender County couple possession

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videoAfter having almost a dozen animals taken away from them for mistreatment, a Pender County couple now has five of their horses back. Full story...
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