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Archive - Nov ___, 2012

BY GEORGE: No Water, No Life!

There are various reasons one might want to understand the nature of a water molecule.

'Train and Light Spectacular' begins in Wilmington

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video The Train and Light Spectacular is sure to be a big hit with children and adults alike this year. The Wilmington Railroad Museum Executive Director Mark Koenig said this year there will be even more lights and attractions than last year Full story...
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NC Latin Kings gang head convicted by feds

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The head of a North Carolina Latin gang who twice ran for Greensboro's City Council faces a long prison sentence after his conviction on federal racketeering charges. Full story...
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UNC-CH prof convicted of Argentina drug smuggling

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A University of North Carolina professor is complaining his conviction on drug smuggling charges in Argentina is an injustice. Full story...
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Families sue NC county fair over E.coli outbreak

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The first lawsuits seeking to establish liability for a fatal outbreak of E. coli bacteria at the Cleveland County Fair are in the courts. Full story...
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NC DA says probe at UNC-CH has months to go

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A district attorney says criminal investigators will need until at least next year to pore over emails and financial documents in the academic scandal at North Carolina's flagship public university. Full story...
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Diligence returns from Bahamas

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video The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Diligence is coming home following a month long patrol in the Bahamas, just in time for Thanksgiving dinner. Full story...
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: First black contractor in New Hanover County

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videoInside a quaint brick home in Wilmington is a man with quite the story and an abundance of talents. At 86 years old and battling Alzheimer’s, Alfred Mitchell spends his days pursuing his passion of writing songs and poetry. Full story...
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Gallop before the gravy

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video Runners laced up this morning for a 5k race called "Gallop for the Gravy." The race took off at the YMCA on Market Street and wrapped around Wilmington. Runners of all ages participated in the event, some running just for fun while others pushed themselves to finish first. Full story...
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Families host Marines for Thanksgiving

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video Thanksgiving is a day meant to be shared with family and friends, but some people chose to invite strangers into their homes. Several families in Wilmington gave thanks to those who serve our country by welcoming Marines over to Thanksgiving dinner. Full story...
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Is Black Friday becoming Black Thursday?

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video Is Black Friday becoming Black Thursday? Shoppers have been out all Thanksgiving Day getting a jump-start on their holiday shopping. Full story...
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StarNews: Pender shooting leads to wreck

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video A man who reportedly fired shots inside his Pender County house about 11:30 a.m. Thursday, was critically injured when he wrecked his motorcycle in an attempt to escape police , officials said. Full story...
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UPDATE: Highway Patrol says unlicensed teen was driving in fatal crash

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video Published reports say two people are dead after a car accident in Bladen County. Highway Patrol says the accident happened on Twisted Hickory Road between Bladenboro and Elizabethtown. Full story...
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TRAFFIC ALERT: Bridge lanes closed briefly Saturday at Wrightsville Beach for fireworks

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video After the Wrightsville Beach Flotilla fireworks end Saturday night (approx. 7:30 p.m.), NCDOT plans to close traffic eastbound onto the beach and allow two lanes of traffic to flow off the beach. Full story...
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This Day in NC History: Blackbeard was killed

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The “Golden Age of Piracy” flourished briefly along the North Carolina coast in the early 18th century. Foremost among the pirates was Edward Teach, aka “Blackbeard.” He lived briefly in the town of Bath during the summer of 1718. Full story...
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