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Stilman White says viral Mormon missionary hoops vid not him

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videoWhile Stilman White served his mission out west, a YouTube basketball video went viral. The video included two Mormon missionaries playing basketball on a playground, with one of the young men clearly impressing his opponents with his hoop skills. It led a lot of people to wonder if that player was White, so we asked him. Full story...
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11-year-old YouTube sensation fighting back against bullies

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video A Wilmington girl is a YouTube star and a national face for anti-bullying. Jolie Montlick is standing up for other kids and she says her confidence is a result of martial arts. Jolie may only be eleven years old but she's already a second degree black belt in taekwondo and a two-time state champ. Jolie says it's much more than a sport to her. Full story...
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CFA student's anti-bully music video goes viral

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A Wilmington student's anti-bullying music video has reached over 1 million views on YouTube. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Mother says daughter was "attacked" in schoolyard fight

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video A schoolyard brawl isn't news, until it hits YouTube allowing the whole world to access the girl fight at Laney High School. Brooke Glisson's mom Emily says her daughter is the victim of the fight and she doesn't want her daughter's future destroyed by someone else's recklessness. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Commissioner Warren files report, 'threatened' by viral video

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video Even through the holidays the ongoing saga involving a Brunswick County Commissioner continues. This week Commissioner Charles Warren filed a report with the Sheriff's Office. The incident report Warren filed yesterday says the commissioner felt threatened. In the report he says the attack came in the form of a YouTube video in his e-mail. Full story...
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NCCU grad copied speech from YouTube

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A North Carolina Central University law school graduate faces possible disciplinary action after copying a commencement speech almost word for word from a YouTube video. Preston Mitchum - NCCU's top law student - delivered this year's commencement speech. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: What you post online can come back to haunt you

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videoThe popularity of social media websites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube has the world more connected than ever, but could your cyber paper trail come back to haunt you? Full story...
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Democrats answer YouTube questions

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The race for the White House has moved squarely into the age of the internet. Real voters got to ask their own questions of the democratic presidential candidates at a debate Monday night through YouTube video submissions. Full story...
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