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Archive - Jul 6, 2011

Citizens rally to stop Titan Cement's 'bullying tactics'

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Some very concerned citizens gathered in Castle Hayne Wednesday afternoon to protest the proposed Titan Cement plant. Full story...
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Pender Co. Commissioner Brown: 'Health Board is on the right track'

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video The Pender County Health Department seems to be having a tough time getting things together. WWAY sat down with County Commissioner and Health Board member George Brown to discuss the controversy surrounding county employee Shirley Steele and other issues. Full story...
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Cigarette blamed for fire that killed Wilmington man

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An elderly man is dead after an afternoon fire in Wilmington, and investigators say an improperly discarded cigarette was the cause. Full story...
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TROUBLESHOOTERS: Customer says dress shop did not deliver as promised

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video Ordering a dress for a special occasion is an exciting time for a woman. But when the dress does not arrive quickly, and then even more time goes by, that excitement turns to stress. Full story...
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Randy to the Rescue: Lamps

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videoFor this week's edition of Randy to the Rescue, we head over to D. Baxter's for some tips on sprucing up your lamps. Full story...
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Crews battling wildfires burned out after weeks on duty

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video Fighting along a fire line for weeks at a time is a challenging task. Many of the crews battling a wildfire in Pender County have been at it for more than a month straight. Full story...
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UPDATE: Police find part of car involved in hit & run

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Police now have an idea of the car they're looking for after a hit and run vehicle crash that put a college student in the hospital over the weekend. Wilmington Police say they've found a mirror from the car at the scene. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: $1 million project fixing up closed school building

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videoThere will be no classes at D.C. Virgo Middle School this fall. But this summer, the school is getting a facelift. That has some in the community upset. Full story...
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Murder investigation waiting on autopsy

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Still no word what killed a woman found dead in her home Monday. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3 UPDATE: Berger's car wreck claim settled

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The driver involved in a car accident with New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger last month is getting money for the damage to her car. Full story...
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Fire at firefighter's home ruled an accident

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Fire Marshal Raymond Griswold says the fire on Champlain Drive in New Hanover County is still under investigation. At this point, though, investigators believe it started in the attic, but they are not sure how. Full story...
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Appeal denied in moped DWI

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The NC Court of Appeals has found no error in the trial of a Carteret County man convicted of being a habitual drunk driver after police arrested him on a moped in a busy Morehead City parking lot. Full story...
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Charges certified against driver in bus crash

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A grand jury has certified four felony charges against the driver of a bus that crashed in Virginia, killing four passengers and injuring dozens more. Full story...
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NC to proceed with plans for bridge

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North Carolina's transportation department will proceed with plans to build a bridge connecting Hatteras Island to the northern Outer Banks despite a lawsuit filed by environmentalists to halt the process. Full story...
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Flights resume from Charlotte after power outage

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US Air flights are taking off on time after power has been restored to a concourse at the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. Full story...
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