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Man in wheelchair struck on Wooster Street

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A man in a motorized wheelchair was seriously injured when he drove into the path of a car at about 10:50 Tuesday morning. The man was crossing Wooster Street near 9th Street (not in the crosswalk) when he was struck by a silver Honda Civic. Full story...
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Official: Charlotte teen possibly fell from plane

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An airport official says investigators are looking into the possibility that a Charlotte teenager whose mutilated body was found on a suburban Boston street may have fallen from a plane. Full story...
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NC judge orders rehiring of fired K-9 trooper

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A North Carolina judge is ordering the Highway Patrol to rehire a trooper fired for mistreating his K-9 partner. Full story...
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WPD's weekend crime report

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See what Wilmington Police tangled with this weekend.... Full story...
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Turkey Trot helps Habitat for Humanity

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Before you take that first bite of Thanksgiving dinner Thursday, you can get your pre-Thanksgiving exercise in. You'll also be doing it for a good cause. Full story...
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Committee picks firm to help find new UNCW chancellor

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The University of North Carolina Wilmington Chancellor Search Committee has selected Parker Executive Search to guide the recruitment of a successor for Chancellor Rosemary DePaolo, who announced last month that she will retire June 30, 2011. Full story...
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NC elections board meeting to certify results

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The State Board of Elections is meeting to certify the results of an election that saw Republicans gain ground across North Carolina. Full story...
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Gravely Commissioning DVDs available

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If you missed any of our coverage of the USS Gravely and its commissioning, or would like to have a copy of it, here is your chance. You can order a copy of our special coverage of the Gravely on DVD. Full story...

Judge says hearing scheduled in Easley probe

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Superior Court Judge Donald Stephens said Monday that there will be a hearing in Wake County on Tuesday. Rowan County District Attorney Bill Kenerly has been reviewing whether Easley or others broke campaign finance laws. Full story...
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Most NC highways clear for Thanksgiving

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Most road construction in North Carolina is being suspended for Thanksgiving so motorists can get to the dinner table before all the turkey is gone. Full story...
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