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Archive - Sep 14, 2009

Man left bloody and beaten in streets of Wrightsville Beach

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videoA brutal attack is Wrightsville Beach over the weekend left a man in intensive care and a family with many questions. His attacker is still on the loose. Full story...
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Legal issues questioned involving internet cafes

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videoInternet cafes have been around since the early nineties, but recently, they've found a new way to lure people... with cash. Full story...
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Fewer passengers, means less flights for many airlines

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videoIf you are planning to travel by plane in the near future, you might want to book your flight as soon as possible. Airlines are offering fewer flights, which could make finding a seat a bit more difficult. Full story...
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Deputies searching for a man who broke into home, attempted sexual assault

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New Hanover County deputies are looking for a man they say broke into a house early Monday morning and attempted to sexually assault the resident. Full story...
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Wilmington Police keep busy downtown with several weekend arrests

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Wilmington Police kept busy managing an unusual number of unruly crowds this weekend. There were seven arrests in downtown Wilmington, including charges of disorderly conduct... Full story...
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Remembering Floyd ten years later

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videoTen years later, the memories from Hurricane Floyd are fresh in the minds of those on Oak Island. Over a foot of rain was only half the battle, as storm surges as high as fifteen feet devastated the shores. Full story...
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Local man vying for national attention with H1N1 commercial

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A local man is hoping to win big in a nationwide contest about stopping the spread of H1N1. He is one of ten finalists vying for $2,500 and the chance to have their commercial air across the country. Full story...
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Confidential government information to be shared at UNCW Monday night

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The Deputy Director of the National Security Archive will share confidential government information and discuss the Freedom of Information Act Monday night at UNC-Wilmington. Full story...
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NC teen shot at school bus stop

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Police say a pregnant teenager has been shot as she waited at a North Carolina school bus stop. Full story...
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NC's Perdue pushes for rules on anti-fire circuits

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North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue is pushing for the state building code to require that new homes include an electronic switch that helps prevent house fires. Full story...
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NC man wanted to stop getaway after home invasion

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A North Carolina newspaper reports that a 76-year-old man who shot and killed a 15-year-old home invasion suspect told investigators he chased the robbers to stop their getaway car. Full story...
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Dead Sea Scrolls expert to speak in Chapel Hill

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A talk by a pioneer of Dead Sea Scrolls research marks the start of a series of events sponsored by a North Carolina university. Full story...
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NC coastal panel to reconsider ban on sand jetties

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A state panel that oversees coastal construction policies holds its first hearing as it studies whether to start allowing jetties that block the movement of sand. Full story...
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Hospital, Singer make big push for mobile pediatric ICU

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videoWhen a child is sick, there is a hospital in Wilmington that is devoted to treating their illness. But there is one important piece of equipment the Betty H. Cameron Women's and Children's Hospital does not have, and there is a big push underway to change that. Full story...
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Dark Water: The Legacy of Hurricane Floyd, Part 1

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videoIt is hard to believe that 10 years have passed since Hurricane Floyd made landfall in North Carolina. This week, meteorologist Jerry Jackson takes a special look back at a storm that made meteorological history. Full story...
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