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10 students injured in Gastonia school bus accident

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Authorities say 10 students were injured after their school bus collided with two vehicles in Gastonia. Full story...
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3 dead in truck crash in Duplin County

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Authorities are trying to figure out what caused a pickup truck carrying eight people to crash in Duplin County. Full story...
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NC Highway Patrol cracking down on seatbelt use

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videoFor the next two weeks, North Carolina Highway Patrol will be cracking down on drivers and passengers who don't wear their seatbelts. Full story...
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Police investigating two fatal accidents

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Police are investigating two fatal accidents in Wilmington over the weekend. One happened Saturday night near the intersection of Martin Luther King Parkway and Kerr Avenue. Police say the driver of a Lincoln Navigator drove off the side of the road and flipped. Full story...
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Highway patrol to crack down on seat belts

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State troopers will be watching drivers who aren't wearing seat belts for the next two weeks. The Highway Patrol is conducting Operation Buckle-Up 2007 starting today. The statewide enforcement drive ends September 23rd. Full story...
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Leland accident hospitalizes four

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Four people are in the hospital tonight after a wreck on highway 17 in Leland this afternoon. Investigators say the driver of the rolled over station wagon ran a red light in front of Brunswick Forest and hit another vehicle. Full story...
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Do you know your driver's handbook?

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videoDriving is second nature for so many of us, but when it comes to the rules of the road, are you up to speed? A viewer contacted WWAY after looking over a North Carolina driver's handbook. He was surprised to learn how many rules have changed since getting his first license more than 40 years ago. Full story...
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City Council votes on speed limit change, drainage

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Wilmington City Council made some important decisions Tuesday night. Council members voted to reduce the speed limit in certain areas of town from 35 to 25 miles per hour. Full story...
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Labor Day weekend means heavy traffic, crowded beaches

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videoThe Labor Day weekend is underway. That means heavy traffic around here as people head to the beaches for the long weekend. According to AAA the roads should be a little less crowded this year, because more people are expected to fly. About one-third of all travelers in North Carolina are expected to make a trip to the beaches this weekend. Full story...
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State road building on hold for holiday

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Road building projects in North Carolina will be on hold over the Labor Day weekend to make driving safer and keep traffic flowing. Full story...
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Edwards: Americans should sacrifice their SUVs

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Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards told a labor group he would ask Americans to make a big sacrifice: their sport utility vehicles. Full story...
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Local man bikes cross-country

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Twenty-four-year-old Brian Foster decided to ride his bike from Astoria, Oregon to Wrightsville Beach. He had a tent and sleeping mat with him and stopped at camp grounds to sleep. Full story...
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Possible progress in two New Hanover County road projects

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There may be some progress in two New Hanover County road projects. Construction on Military Cutoff was supposed to be completed back in May. But changes and additions to the project caused delays. Full story...
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More students on road as UNCW resumes classes

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Classes start Wednesday at UNC-Wilmington, and that means you can expect many more cars on the road. Full story...
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Interstate 95 closed by head-on tractor-trailer crash, 2 killed

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Two drivers were killed this morning when their tractor-trailers crashed head-on on Interstate 95 near Lumberton. Full story...
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