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Archive - Aug 3, 2011

NCDOT proposed widening of Kerr Ave. has residents and drivers worried

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video Kerr Avenue may soon be under some major construction if the DOT has its way. It is proposing to widen Kerr to four lanes, add bike lanes, sidewalks, and a raised median. The plan has a few folks who live on or frequent the busy road concerned about the consequences. Full story...
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Brunswick & Pender both claim Dixie titles

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Two different teams from the Cape Fear region are celebrating a Dixie Youth World Series title. The Burgaw Ponytails won a softball championship. The Brunswick 14 year old baseball team won a baseball championship. Full story...
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TROUBLESHOOTERS: Who's at fault for wrong online order?

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video When you buy a product online, you don't have the chance to get a good look at it until it arrives. Sometimes what you get is not what you expected, but that doesn't mean the company is at fault. Full story...
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New Hanover School Board says teachers, students can't be 'Friends'

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video Teachers in New Hanover County will no longer be able to "friend" their students on Facebook. The school board voted to add this policy to the district's Code of Ethics. Full story...
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Matthew Wallace no longer on UNCW roster

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UNCW's roster isn't quite as crowded today as was earlier in the week. UNCW head coach Buzz Peterson has elected to not renew Matthew Wallace's scholarship. Full story...
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FAA shutdown could cost ILM projects, jobs

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video A partial shutdown of the Federal Aviation Administration is having an effect on our airport. As time goes by before Congress passes a bill to end the shutdown, big projects at Wilmington International are in jeopardy. Full story...
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Some prepare for possible storm, but no panic

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video Our storm track three meteorologists have been telling us all week about the storm that may head toward the Cape Fear Coast this weekend. Although the storm may stay far off shore, some folks say it's better to be safe than sorry. Full story...
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Researchers say soccer study could show human, animal tendency to go right

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video Anyone who has played sports competitively knows how important it is to have an edge against your opponent. New psychological research may give athletes just that: an advantage. Full story...
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New HIV infections in US hold steady at 50,000

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A new government report shows the number of Americans infected with the AIDS virus each year has been holding steady at about 50,000. Full story...
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Vilsack: USDA working to ID tainted turkey source

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Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says the government hopes to find the source of a salmonella outbreak linked to ground turkey "very, very" soon. Full story...
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