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Archive - Sep 2009

New laws that could impact you come October 1st

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videoFrom standardizing wild boar hunting season to truth in advertising musical performances; 95 new state laws go into effect as October starts Thursday. WWAY political reporter Kevin Wuzzardo takes a look at some of the new regulations that could impact you. Full story...
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NC county to end service on 'Tail of the Dragon'

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Motorcyclists in western North Carolina should take note. Beginning next year, emergency help on the Swain County part of the route known as the "Tail of the Dragon" may take longer to arrive. Full story...
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NC moves prisoners as state closes facilities

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The state Correction Department is moving about 950 prisoners as North Carolina's budget problems force it to close seven minimum-security prisons. Full story...
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NC-based gardening, cooking show to air in 2010

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Production has begun on a North Carolina-based television show about gardening, cooking and entertaining, Southern style. Full story...
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NC judge refused to release police shooting tape

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A North Carolina judge has refused to release the police video of a shooting that killed a University of North Carolina student. Full story...
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Justice in Motion hosts dinner to thank local law enforcement

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There was a big thank you to local the law enforcement Tuesday night. Justice in Motion hosted an appreciation dinner at the Hilton Riverside in downtown Wilmington. The goal is to celebrate the efforts of the men and women who keep our streets safe, especially when it comes to drunk driving. Full story...
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Brunswick Community Hospital places restriction on visitors

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Brunswick Community Hospital is changing visitation rules starting Thursday as a precaution against the spread of the flu, including H1N1. Full story...
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Toyota recalling nearly 4 million vehicles

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Toyota is issuing the largest recall in the auto company's history. They are recalling nearly four million vehicles in the United States. Full story...
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