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Archive - Apr 6, 2011

NC Senate considers red light camera ban

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video A bill in the North Carolina Senate could put a stop to the use of red light cameras that catch drivers in the act of breaking the law. Full story...
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"Frog" back in hot water; May face $1 million bond like Wright

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video One of the men at the center of the R.C. Soles saga is back in hot water. Allen "Frog" Strickland is accused of vandalizing the former senators home and law office. This time around, though, Strickland may not be able to get out of jail so easily. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Appeals court revives UNCW prof's lawsuit

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A federal appeals court has revived a North Carolina professor's lawsuit claiming university officials violated his free-speech rights in denying him a promotion. A three-judge panel of the Richmond-based 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Wednesday that columns written by Michael Adams focused on matters of public concern and were entitled to First Amendment protection. Full story...
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TROUBLESHOOTERS: Couple upset about neighbor's pit

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video A deep hole filled with murky water just feet from a yard where children play. A Hampstead couple called us upset that a neighbor dug a deep pit at their property line. Full story...
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Queen's Coronation kicks off 64th Annual NC Azalea Festival

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video Wilmington's biggest and most colorful event of the year has officially begun. The Queen of the 64th Annual Azalea Festival Heather French Henry now has her crown. Let the festivities begin. Full story...
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STORMTRACK 3: Forecasters call for 16 named Atlantic storms

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Weather forecasters at Colorado State University are predicting an above-average hurricane season for the Atlantic Ocean. Full story...
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NC voter ID requirement back in House committee

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The chairman of a House committee says Republicans are moving forward with their original voter identification bill because Democrats wouldn't commit to supporting the legislation if it offered more ID options without photos. Full story...
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Husband admits murdering wife in 2002

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video Gladys Bryant was murdered in September 2002. Her husband was charged with her death, but the case never went to trial leaving Gladys's family waiting for justice. Full story...
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Whiteville cashes in on show business

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It was lights, camera, action today in Columbus County. The cast and crew of the movie "Hick" set up to film in historic downtown Whiteville. Full story...
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Queen Azalea pretty in pink for official portrait

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The Queen has arrived, and could not be happier to represent the 64th Annual North Carolina Azalea Festival. Full story...
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Azalea Garden Tour: Randazzo Garden

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video Our next stop on this year's tour takes us marshside to the Randazzo home. This garden is as beautiful as the home's French architecture. Full story...
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Azalea Garden Tour: Frelke Garden

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video Once the Queen cuts the ribbon Friday morning on the Azalea Garden Tour, you can visit a garden that has a taste of both beauty and history. Full story...
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Safety device makes difference in high-speed crash

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The Toyota sedan hit a safety device mounted on the back of a DOT work truck. DOT officials say the crash impact attenuator is designed for the situations like this, and is the reason no one was killed. Full story...
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Teen pregnancies reach record low

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Teen pregnancies in the US are at a record low. That's according to new statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Full story...
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Home Tour: Burns-Huggins House

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video The Burns-Huggins House on North 7th Street has had its share of ups and downs. After suffering a devastating fire last February, homeowner Suzanne Stanley has it restored and ready for this year's Azalea Festival Historic Home Tour. Full story...
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