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Archive - Jan 16, 2012

Obama campaign registers voters at MLK Day Parade

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While Republican presidential candidates get ready to debate tonight in Myrtle Beach, President Obama's campaign used this MLK Day to register voters. Full story...
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Outer Banks center seeks Civil War memorabilia

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The Outer Banks History Center is seeking letters, diaries, photographs and artifacts of from the Civil War for an exhibit that's part of the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the war. Full story...
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'Miracle on Hudson' passengers reunite in NC

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The communications headsets that belonged to the captain of the Charlotte-bound "Miracle on the Hudson" and the air traffic controller who tried to help will be part of the Carolinas Aviation Museum. Full story...
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Casey Barth granted medical redshirt

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The Atlantic Coast Conference has granted North Carolina place-kicker Casey Barth a medical hardship waiver for the 2011 season. That means the Wilmington native gets a fifth year of eligibility in 2012. Full story...
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Huntsman quits GOP race, backs Romney

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Republican Jon Huntsman has dropped out of the GOP presidential race and has endorsed Mitt Romney. Huntsman made the announcement this morning in Myrtle Beach. Full story...
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Man allegedly assaulted by Marines dies

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A man allegedly assaulted by two Camp Lejeune Marines outside a Jacksonville bar earlier this moth has died. Jimmie Senn died over the weekend at New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Full story...
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Residents of Old Wilmington founder celebrates historic birthday

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videoDolly Humphrey Pearson, a founding member of the Residents of Old Wilmington, celebrated a birthday Sunday, but not just any birthday. This was her 100th birthday! Full story...
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VIDEO BLOG: Roller Coaster temperature ride continues! 2 warm-ups and a cool down lie ahead.

I've gotten a lot of 'complaints' that Mother Nature just can't make up her mind this winter. To an extent, that's true.

NC historical marker to honor freed black man

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A historical marker will be dedicated for a freed black man who became a successful farmer, carpenter, mechanic and legislator in the Civil War era. Full story...
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MLK event benefits NC museum for 1st black Marines

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Proceeds from a luncheon in Jacksonville celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. will benefit a museum that honors the first black Marines. Full story...
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