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Archive - Apr 29, 2011

Hammerheads beat Riverhounds

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video It's still early in the season, but it's "so far so good" for the Wilmington Hammerheads in 2011. After a year's absence in the Port City the Hammerheads are off to a 2-0 start. Full story...
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Drivers warned to avoid Cape Fear Memorial Bridge

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The City of Wilmington and the Department of Transportation are asking drivers to avoid the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge for the next couple of hours. Full story...
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CFCC employees hold Family Fun Day to help child with cancer

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video Late last year, five-year old Bennie Freeland was diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer and has been undergoing treatment in Chapel Hill since December. Bennie's father, Patrick Freeland, teaches at Cape Fear Community College. His colleagues have stepped up to support the family. Full story...
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Cops on Top raise money for Special Olympics

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If you happened to drive past Chick-Fil-A on Ooleander drive, you might have seen something strange on the roof. The fourth annual Cops on Top fundraiser literally had cops on top of the restaurant. Full story...
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Clinic offers free dental care to uninsured

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Hundreds of uninsured people from around the Cape Fear can get dental care free this weekend thanks to the Missions of Mercy Dental Clinic. Full story...
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Barth, Ross wait to rejoin teams after NFL lockout ends

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The end of the NFL lockout will eventually mean back to work for a couple of players from Wilmington. Full story...
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NC judge orders documents released in Edwards case

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A North Carolina judge has ordered the release of some documents in a lawsuit filed by the mistress of former presidential candidate John Edwards. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Jenelle's court case delayed as accuser fails to show up again

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video It was back to court once again today for Brunswick County's "Teen Mom 2." Friday was day two of court for Jenelle Evans this week. Her attorney says the case was continued until next Friday because the witness didn't show up. Full story...
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UNCW chancellor gets building named after her

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Today the Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina Wilmington announced the naming of DePaolo Hall in honor of Chancellor Rosemary DePaolo, who will retire June 30 after eight years of service to the university. Full story...
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1st quarter housing stats indicate local market and economy are improving

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The local housing market continues to show signs that our economy is improving; new home construction rose 7.2% in March, an upswing in housing inventory for sale, pending sales are rising, job market is improving and 30 year fixed mortgage rates remain in the upper range of 4.75%. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Viewer captures video of Thursday storm near Whiteville

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Pat Kern sent us this video of Thursday's severe weather shot in front of his house on Mrs. Tates Rd. in Whiteville. Kern says he followed it to 1.5 miles west of Hallsboro on the north side of US 74/76. Is it a tornado forming? You be the judge! Full story...
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More than 780,000 NC residents affected by Sony Playstation security breach

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Attorney General Roy Cooper urges consumers to place free security freeze, monitor credit reports. Full story...
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Disaster food assistance available in counties impacted by tornadoes

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North Carolina is offering help putting food on the table to victims of the devastating storms that swept through the state earlier this month. Full story...
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Zahra's father's charges dropped

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The father of a North Carolina girl killed last year is no longer facing worthless check charges in Catawba County. Full story...
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Appeals court overturns stem cell research ban

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A divided federal appeals court has ruled that opponents of taxpayer-funded stem cell research are not likely to succeed in a lawsuit to stop it. Full story...
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