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Archive - Sep 11, 2012

ONLY ON 3: $5,000 reward offered for information on late night assault in Carolina Beach

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videoThe late night menu at some fast food restaurants are hot spots for the hungry. One man says he left with a not-so-happy meal and now he's offering a reward to find out who served up a beating. Full story...
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Panetta: Navy SEAL writer should be punished

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video Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is suggesting some kind of punishment for the retired Navy SEAL who wrote a book about the Osama bin Laden military operation. Wilmington StarNews Editor Kevin Maurer co-authored the book "No Easy Day" with the SEAL. Full story...
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ILM to get federal funding for security improvements

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More than $900,000 in federal funds will go towards security enhancements at Wilmington International Airport. That's according to a news release from Congressman Mike McIntyre's office. Full story...
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Miami man arrested in NC with stolen 18-wheeler

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State troopers in North Carolina have arrested a Miami man they caught driving a stolen tractor-trailer carrying $250,000 in copper sheeting. Full story...
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UNC: Taxpayers won't pay for academic consultants

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Consultants called in after discoveries of academic fraud at North Carolina's flagship public university say they're giving the school a 20 percent discount on hourly fees. Full story...
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NC woman working as trainer facing sex charge

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Authorities in Charlotte say a health care employee contracted to work as an athletic trainer at a local high school is charged with having sex with a student. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Sheriff responds to deputy on medical leave

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On August 9, 2012, Corporal Christopher Roseblock of the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office was involved in an off-duty incident that was brought on by a medical condition. Full story...
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Wilmington Regional Film Commission offering memberships

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video Local business owners can soon take a piece of the film industry pie. The Wilmington Regional Film Commission is now offering memberships. Full story...
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Public access to Sutton Lake closed briefly for film shoot

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Public access to Sutton Lake in Wilmington will be closed temporarily two times over the next week to support the filming of outdoor scenes for the new series, Revolution. Full story...
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With four months left in office, Governor Perdue heads to Japan for conference

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Gov. Bev Perdue and N.C. Department of Commerce Secretary Keith Crisco have departed for Japan to lead a delegation to the high-profile Southeast U.S./Japan Annual Joint Meeting in Tokyo. Full story...
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