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Archive - 2011

FIRST ON 3: Neighbors doubt shooting that killed teen was an accident

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video It's been three days since a teenager was killed and two other people hurt by a single bullet in Chadbourn. Neighbors say not only are they surprised by what happened, but also that they believe it was not an accident. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Witness talks about early-morning shooting outside party

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video An overnight shooting in downtown Wilmington has police looking for answers. Shots rang out at an event at the Brooklyn Arts Center around 1 a.m. Despite the large crowd no one was hit. Full story...
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New Hanover, Mt. St.Joe's, Hoggard & Laney advance in first round of Brogden Tourney

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video Day one of the Leon Brogden Holiday Basketball Tournament is complete from Trask Coliseum. Click play video in our to see game highlights and postgame reaction from all four games from day one of the Brogden event. Full story...
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Wilmington celebrates Kwanzaa

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Monday night was the first night of Kwanzaa. The week-long celebration of African culture, heritage and ancestry was observed at the Burnett-Eaton Museum. Full story...
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Rep. Coble hopes to leave hospital soon

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US Rep. Howard Coble hopes to be out of a Greensboro hospital soon, after recuperating from the effects of a respiratory ailment. Full story...
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New powerful painkiller has abuse experts worried

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Drug companies are working to develop a pure, more powerful version of the nation's second most-abused medicine. That has addiction experts worried that it could spur a new wave of abuse. Full story...
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Raleigh firefighter injured during blaze at home

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A Raleigh firefighter has been taken to the hospital with burn injuries after battling a blaze at a local home. Full story...
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Change in GI Bill affects NC veterans in school

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A recent change in federal law could mean huge tuition bills for hundreds of military veterans in North Carolina looking to attend college. Full story...
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