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Archive - Jun 28, 2011

Real Salt Lake shuts out Hammerheads

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The Wilmington Hammerheads showed they belonged on the same field with an MLS team on Tuesday in the third round of the US Open Cup Soccer Tournament. Two late goals in the first half for Real Salt Lake proved to be the difference in the game as Real Salt Lake advances in the national championship for pro soccer. Full story...
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Post 10 sweeps doubleheader against Laney, sets up league title game Thursday

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video Wilmington Post 10 has a chance to win the regular season league title on Thursday thanks to a doubleheader sweep on Tuesday against the Wilmington Laney legion baseball team. Post 10 will host Morehead City on Thursday at Buck Hardee Field. Full story...
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Pastors join forces with police to fight crime

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video It's called "Boots on the Ground." The program combines local pastors and Wilmington Police to provide guidance and resources for troubled individuals in the community. The men and women of God are walking the streets, offering advice, and counseling those who live in high crime areas. Full story...
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STORMTRACK 3: First tropical system forms, no threat to southeastern NC

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Tropical Storm Arlene has become the first system of the 2011 Atlantic Hurricane Season. The system is forecast to intensify slightly as it heads toward Mexico this weekend. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Attorney & wife's run-in with trooper leads to letter to Gov. Perdue

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video A Raleigh attorney is making some big accusations against a Highway Patrol trooper here in New Hanover County. Hoyt Tessener says the trooper accused his wife of driving drunk, but that's just the start of the accusations that Tessener made in a nine-page letter to the Gov. Bev Perdue. Full story...
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Man found innocent after 17 years in jail sues law enforcement

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A North Carolina man declared innocent of a murder for which he spent almost 17 years behind bars has sued five former agents and supervisors of the state's law-enforcement agency. Full story...
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JUST ADD HOPE: First Fruit Ministries

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video We often hear from viewers who want to see more coverage of positive things going on in our community. In an effort to do this, we are showcasing the people and groups doing good around our area and how you can get involved through a series of stories called "Just Add Hope." First Fruit Ministries in Wilmington helps feed the hungry and give the homeless shelter. But the charity is also giving the people it helps life skills to get them on their feet. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Crews put out woods fire in Brunswick County

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Crews have put out a woods fire in western Brunswick County. Full story...
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Visitors say Pender wildfires no reason to cancel holiday beach plans

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video Crews fighting wildfires in Pender County set controlled burns today to try and get rid of fuel for the flames. Many folks traveling to the area may be worried if their holiday plans will be ruined because of the fire and smoke. But tourists who have already made their way to the area say there is nothing to worry about. Full story...
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11 a.m. game on Wednesday will highlight this week's schedule at the Shark Tank

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Wednesday will be "Big Splash Day" at the Shark Tank. It'll be wet and wild behind the dugout. Hopefully the game will be wild as well as the Wilmington Sharks summer league baseball team plays their only morning game of the season. Full story...
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NC GOP issues apology for mailer in House race

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The North Carolina Republican Party has sent an apology for a mailer last fall targeting a Democratic incumbent in a legislative race. Full story...
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Summer camp teaches girls about women's impact on history

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Although area schools are out, summer is a great time to learn new things. The UNCW Port Belles summer camp is a weeklong lesson on the vital role of women in history. Full story...
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Bladen Community College repays misspent money

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A state audit of Bladen Community College found several problems, including a lack of safeguards over cash and checks and access to information systems. Full story...
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Tabor City man charged with kidnapping, raping child

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Police charged 49-year-old Calvin Sherwood Watts with kidnapping, rape and three counts of sexual offense. They say the charges stem from an incident involving an 11-year-old girl Saturday night or Sunday morning. Full story...
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Civil War, WWII ships researched in NC, VA waters

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Submerged World War II shipwrecks in North Carolina and Civil War shipwrecks in Virginia are being analyzed in new ways that could allow the public to view their conditions in much more detail than even diving at some of the sites could provide. Full story...
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