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Archive - Jun 4, 2009

Charges get more serious against Jessica Wishnask

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videoStatutory rape and dissemination of harmful materials are two of the newest charges against Wishnask, but the District Attorney's Office says more may be headed her way. Full story...
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Fifth suspected case of H1N1 in NHC schools

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There's another suspected case of the H1N1 virus in a New Hanover County school. School officials said Thursday that a student at Holly Tree Elementary School is suspected to have contracted the virus. Full story...
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Mental illness an increasing problem for military members

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videoThe treatment and diagnosis of mental health problems in the military has been making headlines since the untimely death of Commander Keith Springle, the Navy social worker who was gunned down by a patient at a mental health clinic in Iraq last month. Now legislators and mental health experts are citing the incident as a call to action. Full story...
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Governor Perdue to visit Wilmington Friday

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Bev Perdue makes her second visit to Wilmington as governor Friday. This time to talk money. Perdue will speak at an economic recovery workshop at UNCW's Burney Center starting at 10:00 a.m.

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Pleasure Island Police has new motto

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Pleasure Island Police now have a new motto, thanks to a Carolina Beach Elementary fourth grader. Full story...
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Anderson Elementary students make Marconi proud

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videoFifth graders at Edwin Anderson Elementary in Wilmington have a lot to be proud of today. The students launched their own radio show. The nine fifth graders call themselves The Pelican Crew, named after their school mascot. Full story...
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Brunswick Community Hospital neurologist surrenders license

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Brunswick Community Hospital's only neurologist has surrendered his medical license. According to the state medical board, Dr. Charles Hall gave up his license last month. Full story...
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Behind the Scenes Tour With State Sen. R.C. Soles In Raleigh, Part II

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videoWhen you're the longest serving member in the history of the state legislature, certain perks come your way. Only two senators have a reserved parking spot, and R.C. Soles has a spacious office to go along with his spot. Despite the size, he still has to sift through nearly 300 letters and emails a day. Full story...
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It's a bird, it's a plane, it's... Anti-ticket Man

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videoParking in the Port City can be a frustrating game of beat the clock, especially when you return to your car to find a bright yellow ticket on the windshield. Anti-ticket Man tries to save parkers from getting ticketed by inserting quarters into expiring meters. Full story...
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Microsoft launches new search engine

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Google has become a part of our daily vocabulary. People have relied on the search engine to get information for nearly a decade, but now Google is facing new competition. Microsoft hopes people will stop Googling and start "Binging.” Full story...
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