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Archive - Jul 24, 2009

Controversial arrest sparks stereotypes, local reaction

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videoThe arrest of a black professor from Harvard University has sparked controversy around the nation. Dr. Henry Gates was arrested in his own home by a white police officer, who was responding to a suspected break-in call. NewsChannel 3's Jenna Caiazzo brings us the local reaction. Full story...
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Hoggard grad prepares for NFL training camp

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videoNFL training camp is less than a week away for Wilmington's Connor Barth. The North Carolina Tar Heel graduate returned to his high school roots Friday. WWAY's John Rendleman met up with Connor at Hoggard High School. Full story...
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Case of alleged rape ends in a mistrial

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The case of an alleged rape in Brunswick County has ended in a mistrial. Nineteen-year-old Adam Wesley Hudson of West Virginia was accused of raping his 12-year-old cousin in Holden Beach. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride Pleasure Island: Historic Fort Fisher

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videoThe Fort Fisher historic site is a quiet place where tourists and locals alike come for a history lesson. More than 140 years ago, a battle raged here, where Confederate troops fought, and lost, protecting the last major coastal stronghold for the Confederacy. Full story...
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Warehouse fire out; Peanut roasting resumes

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A Clarkton peanut factory is fully operational once again, after a fire destroyed its warehouses last week. Full story...
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Kids get down and dirty at Children's Museum

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The seventh annual Mud Day was a big hit with the little ones who had a mom-approved excuse to get dirty. Full story...
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Grant will help local students learn about American history

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The US Department of Education has given UNCW almost a million dollars in grant money to ramp up history lessons for kids in local school districts. Full story...
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Youth volunteers help beautify UNCW campus

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Normally, the UNCW Landscaping Department has a staff of about 40 that help keep the campus looking great. Friday, that number grew by more than 200. Full story...
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