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Archive - Aug 10, 2011

Sharks end season with playoff loss

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The Edenton Steamers are considered to be one of the premier summer league baseball teams in the nation. On Wednesday the Steamers ended the season for the Wilmington Sharks in the second round of the CPL playoffs. Full story...
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Hammerheads get shutout at home

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video On "Fan Appreciation Night" at Legion Stadium the Richmond Kickers seemed to want the game more than the Wilmington Hammerheads on Wednesday night in the regular season home finale. Full story...
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Rule change would affect how gas stations advertise prices

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The state Board of Agriculture has approved changes to the way North Carolina gas stations advertise the price of fuel. Full story...
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TROUBLESHOOTERS: Camp workers waiting for pay, camp waiting for grant

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video Many people depend on a summer job to help pay for school. That's the reason why some students worked at a new summer camp in Wilmington. But they haven't been paid. The camp's director claims there's a reason why. Full story...
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TROUBLESHOOTERS UPDATE: Concert refund finally arrives

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Our TROUBLESHOOTERS are getting results and the money is in the bank for a woman we met last month, who was waiting on a refund. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Shooting suspect says victim molested him

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video The suspect in a shooting near the UNCW campus last month says he was actually a victim. Reginald Gagnier says he doesn't remember shooting David Carroll, but he says Carroll is the reason why he can't remember and the reason the shooting happened at all. Full story...
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C.J. Melvin arrested for filing false report

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Former East Bladen basketball standout C.J. Melvin has been charged with filing a false police report in Greenville. Melvin is about to enter her freshman season at East Carolina University. Full story...
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Region's road project list trimmed to save money

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video Funding for several road construction projects in our area have been cut. The NCDOT’s 10-year transportation improvement plan was underfunded by $73 million. In order to offset that amount, funding for seven projects will be eliminated. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: College student falls victim to federal loan changes

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About this time every year students get ready for school. At Cape Fear Community College, registration is this week, and many students are looking for financial aid. For some, that aid will not be available. Full story...
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NCHSAA: No rule change for special athlete

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The North Carolina High School Athletic Association says Brett Bowden can still lead the team onto the field, but only as a student manager or student coach. He will not be able to wear equipment. Full story...
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Why did FBI agent call 911 to help 'Frog' at Soles's house?

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video The R.C. Soles-Allen Strickland saga continues in Columbus County, but now a federal agent is involved. Recently a special agent with the FBI called Columbus County 911 after he got a call from Strickland. The agent told an operator that the former senator may have assaulted the teen. Full story...
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Panthers' Armanti Edwards could play more QB

The last thing Armanti Edwards was worried about as a rookie was throwing passes for the Carolina Panthers. His sole focus, he was told last season, was learning to play wide receiver and return punts, no easy task considering he played quarterback at Appalachian State. Full story...

Police: Father, son in BSL died from medical complications

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Boiling Spring Lakes Police say they found a father and son dead inside their home yesterday, but investigators say they died of natural causes. Full story...
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Perdue order adds to NC pre-kindergarten battle

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Gov. Bev Perdue is stepping into a battle over North Carolina's efforts to prepare all 4-year-olds for school. Full story...
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CFPUA releases efficiency and competitiveness study results

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After an intensive interview and analysis process involving CFPUA management and staff, Woolpert determined that CFPUA, “Operates at a high level of performance with little opportunity for significant improvement...." Full story...
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