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Tornado outbreak is NC's most active on record

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The National Weather Service says at least 25 tornadoes touched down across North Carolina this past weekend, making it the state's most active outbreak on record. Full story...
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Governor requests disaster declaration as death toll from storms climbs

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Gov. Bev Perdue this morning submitted requests to President Obama and US Agricultural Secretary Tom Vilsack asking them to declare a disaster in 18 counties in North Carolina. This comes after Gov. Perdue visited nine of the most heavily damaged counties and personally witnessed the property loss and agricultural damage wrought by Saturday’s tornadoes and severe storms. Full story...
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Wilmington council to consider parking changes

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A decision by Wilmington City Council tonight could soon make it more expensive to park downtown. The city is trying to overcome a projected $800,000 shortfall in next year's parking fund. Full story...
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State faces massive cleanup as death toll rises to 22

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From remote rural communities to the state's second-largest city, thousands of residents hit by the worst tornado outbreak in nearly 30 years were clearing away rubble and debris, repairing power lines and facing a recovery that will cost tens of millions of dollars. Full story...
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Cucalorus Film Festival named one of "Top 25 Worth the Entry Fee"

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Cucalorus was written up in the spring issue of MovieMaker Magazine! as one of "25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee in 2011." Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: FEMA will not help Bladen Co. storm victims unless area is declared federal disaster area

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Individual assistance damage assessment teams covered the county yesterday. These teams were made up of FEMA and State personnel. They did a quick assessment of the damages and returned to Raleigh to total the dollar amounts. It is our understanding that FEMA will not return until this event is declared as a Federal Disaster. Full story...
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South Brunswick High athlete mourned by classmates

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Scores of mourners packed the bleachers at South Brunswick High School to pay tribute to a stand-out football player shot to death in a parking lot during a weekend gathering. Full story...
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NC study looks at pros, cons of shipping industry

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A wide-ranging study of the maritime business in North Carolina will examine how shipping goods by sea can create more jobs and encourage economic development. Full story...
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NC gains jobs as unemployment rate inches lower

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North Carolina gained 13,900 nonfarm jobs in March while the state's unemployment decreased to 9.7 percent. This is the third consecutive month of nonfarm jobs increasing. Full story...
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NC jobless take on Perdue jobless benefits veto

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North Carolina residents who just lost unemployment benefits are protesting a political faceoff that halted extended help for 37,000 jobless. Full story...
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