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Archive - Sep 2, 2009

Strickland posts bond, put on house arrest

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Tuesday we told you 17-year-old Allen Strickland was in back in jail. He was held in lieu of a $500,000 bond after allegedly leading police on a chase in his Corvette, which he had no license to drive. Now we have learned Strickland has come up with the money to post that bond. Full story...
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Gore recuses himself from Soles investigations

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There are major developments to report tonight in the shooting investigation involving State Senator RC Soles. Wednesday afternoon, District Attorney Rex Gore announced that he has asked a special prosecutor from the Attorney General's Office to step in and take over the case. Full story...
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Council votes Hotel Indigo out, search to start over

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videoWilmington's city council is back to square one, looking for a hotel developer to build next to the new convention center after they voted last night to terminate the city's contract with Wilmington River Group. Full story...
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Struggles aside, many traveling for Labor Day

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videoFor many families, Labor Day weekend marks the end of the summer season. For vacationers it's also the last chance to get away and AAA expects plenty of people to take advantage. Full story...
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Happy Birthday World Wide Web!

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videoToday is a special day for the World Wide Web. It is now another year older, but just how old is it? We roamed the campus of Cape Fear Community College and asked a handful of students.

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Mother and boyfriend charged in case of pit bull chewing off baby's toes

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A four month old boy is still hospitalized Wednesday night, after a pit bull chewed his toes off a couple of nights ago. The baby's mother and her boyfriend are charged with felony child abuse. Full story...
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Autopsy shows blunt trauma caused deaths in parasailing accident

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Medical examiners are saying the two parasailers killed last week in Ocean Isle Beach did not drown. Instead, the two women died from blunt trauma, according to autopsy reports. Full story...
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GREAT program educates local middle school students on gang resistance

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Some New Hanover County middle school students are getting a lesson from the New Hanover County Sheriff's Department. Deputies will lead an anti-gang program at Roland Grise and Williston Middle Schools. Full story...
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CO forecaster discusses future of money in NC talk

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The head of a Colorado think tank is in North Carolina to talk about what he sees is the future of money. Full story...
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High schools in NC's Burke County on probation

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An accreditation group has placed a North Carolina county's four high schools on probation, saying school board members have created a chaotic atmosphere that makes teaching and learning hard. Full story...
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