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Archive - Jan 10, 2011

DOT working around the clock

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While many had the day off due to the weather, the snow and ice on the roads prompted the North Carolina Department of Transportation to work all day. Full story...
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Ice and snow lead to power outages

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As of Monday night, only a few scattered outages had been reported throughout New Hanover County. Full story...
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Black ice forms on local roads

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video It continues to be cold and wet outside as we continue on into the night. Many counties are seeing these conditions so the best idea is to stay inside. The North Carolina Department of Transportation's biggest concern is freezing rain and wet roads re-freezing. Freezing means the possibility of black ice on the roads that you may or may not see. Full story...
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Weather bad, but not as bad as December in Bladen County

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video Another wintry day, but the snow in Bladen County did not cause as much trouble as last month's storm. Full story...
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Snow piles on Pender

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video Some parts of Pender County were among the hardest by snow in our area, to the tune of about six inches or more in many places. It was enough to close schools again tomorrow. And with most folks off of work as well today, it made for a great day to enjoy the snow day. Full story...
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Winter weather makes for dangerous driving

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video Emergency officials cannot stress to drivers enough to take caution on the road. As one man found out this morning, the snow and ice is no match even for an experienced driver. Full story...
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Many ILM flights canceled because of weather

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The snow is not only affecting travel on the roads. It's putting a stop to air travel, too. Full story...
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Snow day means fun from beach to downtown

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video Today's snow meant an extended weekend for much of the region. In New Hanover County, many folks hit the street on their snow day to experience the winter wonderland. Full story...
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Former Senator Boseman files for bankruptcy

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Former state Senator Julia Boseman filed for voluntary Chapter 7 liquidation according to a Wilmington newspaper. She primarily has personal consumer debts according to the filing. It says Boseman owes more than $1.7 million to unsecured creditors and her assets are listed at $47,346. Full story...
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Governor Perdue declares state of emergency

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Gov. Beverly Perdue has declared a state of emergency for all of North Carolina, warning people to avoid the wintry weather and stay home. Full story...
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