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Archive - Jan 30, 2014

Ice freezes some local deliveries, accelerates others

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video With many of the roads in Southeastern North Carolina resembling ice rinks some companies have decided the risk of driving isn’t worth the reward, but that’s not stopping restaurants from delivering any way they can. Full story...
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Air traffic picks up at ILM

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videoAir traffic is getting back to normal at Wilmington International Airport. Dozens of flights were canceled over the last couple of days but some travelers were able to get back on schedule Thursday. Full story...
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ICED OVER: Storm gone, but frozen impact still grips region

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videoA day after a potent winter storm passed through southeastern North Carolina, the region is still gripped by the storm's impact. What little thawing of roads was possible yesterday, when temperatures never reached above the freezing point, refroze overnight, leaving anyone who does need to drive today with an icy ride. Full story...
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Chilly temperatures affect restaurant workers who rely on tips

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videoRestaurant workers are feeling the effects of the deep freeze on their wallets. But the icy weather did not keep some restaurants from opening today to serve warm meals to cold customers. Full story...
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Winter freeze leading to epidemic of cabin fever

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After three days of being cooped up, folks around the region are ready to venture outside. The winter weather can be fun for a little while, but now everyday tasks are becoming a hassle. Full story...
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Updated game day changes for local sports

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Due to the winter storm several local athletic events had to be switched from this week to next week. We've updated the posted changes for high school and college hoops. Full story...
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WPD K-9 officer will return in different job; K-9 unit to be reviewed

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videoWilmington Police say the officer who unleashed his K-9 on a man in November will return to work, but in a different job. Ofc. Stafford Brister is clear to come back to work, but he will be working as a patrol officer. Full story...
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Storm causes Red Cross to lose more than 1,900 units of blood and platelets

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Due to severe winter weather, the American Red Cross Carolinas Blood Services Region has lost dozens of blood drives since Tuesday, resulting in nearly 1,900 uncollected units of blood and platelets. Full story...
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Hammerheads release 2014 schedule

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The schedule for the upcoming pro soccer season is out for the Wilmington Hammherheads. The season kicks off at Legion Stadium in early April for David Irving's squad. Full story...
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Boy clinging to life after 4 shot at NC church

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A 12-year-old North Carolina boy remains in critical condition after being shot in the head while playing on a church playground. Full story...
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Over half of NC households lack nest egg

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A nonprofit group says more than half of North Carolina households have little or no savings to cover emergencies or start building a better life. Full story...
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Wilmington releases revised trash collection schedule

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The City of Wilmington will not provide trash pickup service on Thursday, January 30, due to unsafe road conditions and safety concerns for employees. Full story...
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