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Archive - Oct 2011

Wilmington trick-or-treaters somewhat affected by weather

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video Families of trick-or-treaters ran between the raindrops Monday night enjoying all the sights and sounds of Halloween. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Workers say child ghost may haunt WWAY

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video Much of Wilmington's haunted history has been told again and again. Tonight, though, we have a ghost story you likely have never heard. This spirit does not lurk in a cemetery or prowl the decks of the Battleship North Carolina. This one haunts our station here on North Front Street. Full story...
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Two men wearing Halloween masks rob Food Lion in Calabash

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video Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Detectives are searching for two male subjects that were involved in an armed robbery in the Calabash area Sunday night. Full story...
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Casting call Friday for 'OTH' finale

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If you're a fan of one tree hill, you know that the end is coming soon. But did you know you can be a part of the big finale? Full story...
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Man nabbed for breaking into car as cops watched

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A man who had his eyes on some cars in a Fayetteville parking lot missed the two he should've seen -- the two from the Fayetteville Police Department. Full story...
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NC Sen. Jim Forrester dies at 74

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A North Carolina state senator who led the effort to secure next year's statewide referendum on whether to prohibit gay marriage has died. He was 74. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Simple gifts bring smiles to sick kids at hospital

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video For most children, it's normal to play outside and go to school, but some live their lives inside the walls of a hospital room. That was the case for Zackary Mayo, a little boy who lost his fight with cancer back in May. Now, friends and classmates are honoring his life by encouraging other battling sickness. Full story...
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Haunted History: Buried alive, man's ghost still roams Wilmington cemetery

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video In 1739 St. James Episcopal Church was built in Wilmington. Five years later, the first grave was dug in the cemetery out back, now believed to be one of the most haunted graveyards in the state. The tombstones no longer show the names of those who lie beneath them, but this story is about a man who never should have been buried here in the first place. Full story...
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