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Archive - Aug 12, 2009

Clients of Senator Soles say they were questioned by FBI regarding prostitution and molestation

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videoFor sometime now, we've had information and documents that indicate an ongoing FBI investigation of R.C. Soles, the state's longest serving senator. Now it is time to make that knowledge public.

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Clean Marine Solutions goes green

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videoSaving the environment one power wash at a time; that's the goal for David Flagler and his company, Clean Marine Solutions. Their products help boatyards and marinas comply with the Clean Water Act. Full story...
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Visitor spending up in most areas, but not New Hanover County

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videoVisitors in the Tar Heel state spent almost $17 billion last year. The Governor's Office today released the visitor spending numbers from 2008 and they reflect some positive economic news for most of North Carolina. Full story...
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Fatal shooting in Columbus County points to growing gang violence

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videoThere is evidence of growing gang violence in Columbus County. The sheriff's department has a line on several suspects in a fatal shooting over the weekend. It happened in the parking lot of an un-licensed club just south of the Boardman community. Full story...
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Texting your emergencies to 911

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videoTexting has become a popular form of communication for all ages, but it could soon become the best form of communication for all emergencies. Full story...
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Schools still not sure how budget will impact classrooms

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videoThe beginning of school is just around the corner. Area school districts still continue to hash out what cuts to make after the state reduced millions in their funding. Millions of dollars won't be reaching our area schools, but there is no word yet on how it will impact the classroom. Full story...
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Marino on Money: August 12

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videoForeclosure is becoming more common in this economy and it can be a very scary thing. In Wednesday's Marino on Money segment, Ross looks at some strategies that might help. Full story...
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Job training center opens in Winston-Salem

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A new center that will provide an expanded level of employment assistance and job training for North Carolina workers has opened in Winston-Salem. Full story...
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Beach driving areas on NC Outer Banks reopen

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The National Park Service says the most popular off-road vehicle areas at the Cape Hatteras National Seashore on the North Carolina Outer Banks have reopened. Full story...
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Leaders in Southeast cities finishing region talks

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The mayors of two major Southeastern cities are finishing their talks about the formation of a megaregion that would stretch from North Carolina to Alabama. Full story...
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NC to break ground on state's first toll road

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North Carolina is taking the initial step toward its first toll road. The N.C. Turnpike Authority will break ground at 10 a.m. Wednesday on the Triangle Expressway in Wake and Durham counties. Full story...
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Summer sex predator sting a success in New Hanover County

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videoThe New Hanover County Sheriff's Office is calling a summer sex predator sting a success. More than one thousand man hours, that included door-to-door checks on sex offender's registered addresses, resulted in multiple arrests. Full story...
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Escaped inmate back behind bars

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An inmate who escaped from the Bladen Correctional Center in Elizabethtown Tuesday morning is back behind bars. Thirty-two-year-old Hieu Bui walked away from his dorm and scaled a fence around 11:30 a.m. Full story...
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More than $100,000 in cocaine seized in drug bust

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A month-long investigation led to the arrest of two New Hanover County men and the seizure of more than $100,000 of cocaine. Full story...
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