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Archive - Sep 15, 2009

911 calls surrounding Senator Soles tell a familiar story

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videoThere are numerous 911 call records involving the home and office of Sen. R.C. Soles. Many of the stories we saw and heard on these reports and tapes are similar to ones we've heard before.

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Brunswick County Sheriff's Office flying high

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videoThe Brunswick County Sheriff's Office has a new addition to its force. Brunswick Air One made its debut appearance Tuesday afternoon at the Brunswick County Government Complex in Bolivia.

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September a month to remember preparedness

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videoSeptember has been declared National Preparedness Month, and in the peak of hurricane season, Emergency Services want to make sure people know what to do in the event of a disaster. Full story...
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Muscadines produce a fine wine

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videoSeptember is prime time for harvesting muscadine grapes, which are native to North Carolina. The grapes are known for making some sweet and popular wine enjoyed all over the country. Full story...
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Ashley, Laney inspect stadium light poles

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued an alert on stadium light poles manufactured by the Whitco Company out of Fort Worth, Texas. Two New Hanover High Schools have Whitco poles; both Ashley High School and Laney. Full story...
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City Council meeting looks to clean up storm water and pet waste

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If you own a dog in the city of Wilmington, be prepared to pay if you do not pick up after the pooch. Full story...
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Leatherback turtles make their way to Atlantic Ocean

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Nearly 200 volunteers and Carolina Beach goers witnessed a very rare sighting Monday night. Seventy leatherback turtles hatched from a nest and made their way to the Atlantic Ocean. Full story...
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Marino on Money: September 15

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videoIn this economy, a "no interest-no payments" offer seems like the way to go. As certified financial planner Ross Marino explains in this week's Marino on Money, this option may hurt you more than help you. Full story...
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Man remains in intensive care as police continue to look for attacker

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Wrightsville Beach Police continue their search for the person responsible for a brutal attack over the weekend. Jud Gee was assaulted around 2:30 Saturday morning. Full story...
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Study shows omega-3 fatty acid can help a baby's cognitive development

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Attention new moms, new research shows supplementing baby formula with omega-3 fatty acids can boost and infant's cognitive development. Full story...
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WWAY welcomes Elizabeth Clare

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The newest addition to the WWAY family has arrived! Ann McAdams gave birth last night to Elizabeth Clare, Or Elle. Full story...
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Azalea Festival holds art contest for children grades K-5

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The 63rd Annual North Carolina Azalea Festival is pleased to announce an art contest open to children in our area in grades K-5. The selected artwork will appear on souvenir items for the 2010 Azalea Festival. Full story...
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NC court again tackles governor's budget powers

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North Carolina courts have again weighed in on how far a governor can go to balance the state's budget.

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Police quiz suspect in NC teen's bus stop slaying

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North Carolina police have questioned the adoptive brother of a pregnant 15-year-old who was shot in the head as she waited at a Charlotte school bus stop. Full story...
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Ceremony to welcome soldiers returning from Iraq

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A welcome home ceremony is scheduled for 120 soldiers of the Army National Guard who have recently returned from deployment in Iraq. Full story...
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