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Archive - Jul 2011

Dean of Duke business school leaves for China

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Duke University's business school dean is leaving less than two months after faculty members rejected his proposal for graduate courses at a new campus in China. Full story...
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Cumberland Co. rape crises center may close

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Cumberland County's only rape crisis center may have to close after an unexpected loss of funding. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Report details investigation into Laney assistant principal

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video We're learning more tonight about the investigation of a Laney High School assistant principal. Last week we told you a criminal investigation into Robin Lamberty has been closed, but the New Hanover County School Board is still looking into what's happening. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: New Hanover property values down significantly; beach towns hit hardest

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video Property values throughout New Hanover County are heading down. The areas seeing the largest drops since the last revaluation in 2007 are the beach towns. Full story...
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Ethanol creating mower problems

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video Cutting the grass is always a chore, but some of you may have found using your lawn mower is even more of a challenge lately. It turns out your grass cutter could have a gas problem. The extra ethanol that has been added to fuel over the past few years has caused some major issues for folks with vehicles and machinery, like lawnmowers. Full story...
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Judge to rule on whether NC school can start classes next week

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A state judge is promising to rule on whether a North Carolina school district due to start classes next week can keep its exception to a state law mandating a 10-week summer vacation. Full story...
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Proposed distric maps near completion

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The North Carolina General Assembly has completed most of its work on proposed district maps for its own seats and for the state's congressional delegation. Full story...
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DO YOUR REMEMBER "DIANA"?

If you want to buy anything in a store, it seems you must plan your trip several months in advance.

Post 10 eliminated in state legion tourney

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Wilmington Post 10 won their first two games at the legion baseball state championship, but Post 10 lost on Sunday and Monday. The last loss ended the season for Post 10. Full story...
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'Eastbound and Down' filming at Wrightsville Beach this weekend

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Filming is scheduled to begin Friday, July 29th and will be conducted between 6 AM and midnight in the vicinity of the municipal parking lot on South Lumina. Full story...
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With NFL lockout over, local pros get back to work

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video Now that the lockout is over, millions of NFL fans are ready for some football, and players are getting ready to go back to work. Full story...
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NC House overrides Perdue veto on rule-making

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North Carolina legislators have overridden two vetoes issued by Gov. Bev Perdue, meaning some judges will have more power and new rules will govern Medicaid providers. Full story...
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Players vote to OK deal to end NFL lockout

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The NFL Players Association executive board and 32 team reps have voted unanimously to approve the terms of a deal to the end the 4½-month lockout. Full story...
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Southwest plane makes emergency landing in NC

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No injuries were reported when a Southwest Airlines plane made an emergency landing at Piedmont International Airport in Greensboro. Full story...
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Hokies, FSU again preseason favorites in ACC

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Florida State and Virginia Tech are the preseason picks to meet in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game, with the Seminoles the choice to win their first league title since 2005. Full story...
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