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Archive - May 10, 2011

FIRST ON 3: Police investigating report of sexual assault behind downtown gay bar

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While on routine patrol, officers discovered a 24-year-old man in the alley behind Slice of Life and Ibiza. He was naked except for a trash bag wrapped around his waist, and he appeared to be urinating on a vehicle in the parking lot. Full story...
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Sharks need more host families for players

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The upcoming Wilmington Sharks summer league baseball season is approaching. The players need a nice, comfortable place to stay while they're in town. Do you believe your home would fit the bill? Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Is Club 609 the new Rhino Club?

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video The shooting death at Club 609 early Sunday morning marks the second murder at a Wilmington night club this year. Some people say after the Rhino Club closed down following the murder of a gang leader, Club 609 became the new hang out and attracted the same crowd. Full story...
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Tar Heels cool off Seahawks

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The four game winning streak for the UNC Wilmington baseball team is over. The nationally ranked North Carolina Tar Heels defeated the Seahawks Tuesday night at Brooks Field on the UNCW campus. Full story...
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STORMTRACK 3: Widespread reports of large hail in Carolinas, additional storms possible

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An unsettled weather pattern remains in place. Full story...

Senate moves forward with energy exploration measure

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The North Carolina Senate is pushing ahead with the idea of allowing energy exploration off the state's coast.The Senate voted 38-12 on Tuesday to back a measure supporterssay would help the state cash in on energy royalties and possibly create thousands of long-term jobs. Full story...
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Civil rights group files complaint of discriminaton at Durham county schools

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A national civil rights group has filed a federal complaint against Durham County schools, alleging a pattern of discrimination against Latino students. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Fifth member quits Pender Health Board; Brown responds to criticism

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video It seems the board can't get its act together. One leader says he's taking the blame for the board's issues. Full story...
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Students donate $1,200 to tsunami relief effort

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A Wilmington elementary school donated some big bucks to help the victims of the tsunami in Japan. Full story...
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Rotary honors Thalian, Rivenbark

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If you've ever been downtown on 3rd Street, chances are you've seen the historic Thalian Hall. The Downtown Rotary Club honored the historic theater and its executive director Tony Rivenbark today as part of Community Recognition Day. Full story...
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