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Archive - 2012

Several people hurt in string of afternoon crashes

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video It was a busy afternoon for law enforcement in Wilmington and New Hanover County dealing with several injury accidents. One near downtown Wilmington sent two children to the hospital. Full story...
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Looming strike would impact Port of Wilmington

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video It's a big employer in the Cape Fear region, but this weekend some workers could hit the picket lines and impact how things move through the State Port of Wilmington. It would be the first longshoremen work stoppage since 1977. Full story...
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WPD investigates early-morning break-in

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video Wilmington Police are looking for a man who broke into a home early this morning and robbed a man who was sleeping. It happened before 6 a.m. at 2239 Wrightsville Ave. Full story...
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Juvenile fails to return to custody after home visit in Brunswick County

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video Law enforcement is looking for a juvenile who failed to return to custody following a home visit in Brunswick County. The Division of Juvenile Justice says the juvenile, identified only as Tyler G., was last seen yesterday at 1 a.m. at 7257 Lula Drive in Sunset Beach. Full story...
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Wilmington 10 delivers more signatures of support to governor's office

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video Members of the Wilmington 10 made a special delivery this morning to Gov. Bev Perdue's office. The group along with their supporters delivered 130,000 petition signatures to the state capitol today. Full story...
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Brasstown still having possum drop, with changes

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A possum drop that attracts thousands of people to a tiny western North Carolina town each New Year's Eve will go on this year, with some changes. Full story...
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Grandmother, mother killed in Matthews wreck

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A Matthews man has been charged with driving while impaired after a wreck that killed a Charlotte grandmother and her daughter. Full story...
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NC has record-breaking year for film, TV, but don't expect repeat

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video The director of the North Carolina Film Office says the state's film industry hit record-breaking numbers the past two years, but that's unlikely to repeat in 2013. Full story...
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Fairmont man dies days after gunshot wound

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Charges against a Rowland man have been upgraded to murder after a 21-year-old man's death from a gunshot wound. Full story...
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Storm brings heavy rain, but no major damage to NC

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A storm system has brought a lot of rain but not too much severe weather to North Carolina. The same system that brought dozens of tornadoes to the Southeast on Christmas Day moved across North Carolina on Wednesday. Full story...
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Local photographers will give back to Newtown community

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videoA group of local photographers has come up with a great way to help families in Newtown, CT, all while making a keepsake for your family. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: New techniques battling hearing loss in military, civilians

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videoOur military men and women sometimes return home with scars from combat such as lost limbs, PTSD and brain injuries. But the most common injury among our troops is invisible: Hearing loss. But new doctors are using techniques to cure it. Full story...
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Downtown shops report successful Christmas

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videoThe holidays are winding down, but local businesses are still hoping to get some revenue from holiday shoppers, but many say they've already had a Merry Christmas. Full story...
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Teacher of the week: Amanda Diggs

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videoWe traveled to Pender County to meet a Topsail Middle School first-year teacher Amanda Diggs to present her with this week's Teacher of the Week award. Full story...
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Holiday murder investigations continue in Columbus County

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videoInvestigators did not have time to rest this holiday in Columbus County. There were two murders near Tabor City over the holiday: one Christmas Eve, and another one Christmas day. Full story...
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