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Archive - Jan 3, 2012

Chuck Amato joins Akron coaching staff

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Former NC State head football coach Chuck Amato will be back on the football field this fall. He's going to be joining the coaching staff at Akron. Over the last two seasons the Zips only won twice. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Leland resident starts website to "fix Leland police"; Begins petition to disband department

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As a citizen of the United States, I will be utilizing all of my Civil Rights to expose criminal and unethical misconduct by Leland Officials. I invite you to join me as part of the "Fix Leland Movement." Full story...
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Eastern NC airports to see service changes

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A couple of eastern North Carolina airports will soon see some changes in service. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Limited permits cause taxi crunch on busy downtown nights

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video Trying to hail a cab in downtown Wilmington on weekends can be a bit of a challenge, especially when there's a big event or holiday. As we told you yesterday, police and cab drivers say it's a big problem, and one the city has a hand in creating. Full story...
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Basketball games at Trask are postponed due to water main leak

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The Tuesday night basketball games at Trask High School have been postponed due to a water main leak at the school. A make-up date for Trask versus Wallace-Rose Hill will be announced at a later date. Full story...
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PIRANHA 3DD director confirms movie still heading to theaters

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There was a bit of stir when a British website reported that Piranha 3DD would be going straight-to-DVD in UK. The movie, which was filmed in Wilmington last summer, had already been delayed from its November release in the U.S., so was it possible the movie was going to have a similar direct-to-DVD fate in the states? Full story...
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Businessweek names Raleigh best place to live

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It appears 2012 will not be the year when list-makers get over their Raleigh crush. Bloomberg Businessweek has ranked Raleigh the best place to live in the U.S. Durham also made the magazine's list, coming in at No. 37. Full story...
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Stolen shotgun recovered during New Year's Eve traffic stop

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The Bladen County Sheriff's Office says it ended 2011 by catching a man with a stolen shotgun. Full story...
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McCrory camp says it raised $1.5M in past 6 months

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North Carolina Republican gubernatorial candidate Pat McCrory has provided a sneak peek at his fundraising for the second half of 2011. Full story...
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Winter arrives in force

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Baby, it's cold outside! Folks in the Cape Fear area got a rude awakening when they stepped outside this morning. The freezing temperatures and gusty winds made for a bad combination. Full story...
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Quadrantids Meteors will create brief, beautiful show tonight

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The 2012 Quadrantids, a little-known meteor shower named after an extinct constellation, will present an excellent chance for hardy souls to start the year off with some late-night meteor watching. Full story...
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UNCW, other UNC campuses among best values

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Despite another round of tuition hikes likely on the horizon, the University of North Carolina Wilmington and several other UNC System school have made Kiplinger's list of "Best Values in Public Colleges." Full story...
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Snow falling in western North Carolina

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Snow is falling in western North Carolina as cold weather moves into the region. Full story...
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NC's first modern-day toll road starts collecting

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Tolls are now being collected on the first toll road in modern-day North Carolina history. Full story...
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Progress Energy CEO to speak at NC economic forum

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The chief executive officer of Progress Energy is among those speaking at the Economic Forecast Forum in Research Triangle Park. Full story...
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