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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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NC agency warns storm victims about burning debris

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State officials are reminding homeowners and contractors that it is illegal to burn logs, branches and other debris resulting from tornadoes that ripped through North Carolina over the weekend. Full story...
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ATMOSPHERE ACADEMY: Predicting rainfall

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It's a common question: how much rain will fall when thunderstorms roll through on a given day? The answer can be a little hard to come by. Full story...
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Annexation bill would give say to landowners

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Property owners who don't want their land swallowed up by a North Carolina municipality against their will may soon have a new method to stop it. Full story...
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iPad app shows US library's Civil War images in 3D

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A new iPad app developed from images from the Library of Congress is giving viewers a look at the Civil War in 3D. Full story...
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Disaster clean-up in Bladen County, several without homes

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video With so much destruction in Bladen County from Saturday's severe storms and tornadoes, there's a lot to clean up. Full story...
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The Rant: April 18, 2011

When news breaks or there's an emergency, all bets are off in a newsroom. Saturday was one of those days as many of us came in during our day off and we interrupted programming to follow the storms. It's what we do, even if it means you can't watch a ballgame like you may want. WWAY's Kevin Wuzzardo has more in tonight's edition of The Rant.

Gov. Perdue orders US and NC flags to be lowered to honor tornado victims and responders

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Gov. Bev Perdue has ordered that all United States and North Carolina flags at state facilities be flown at half-staff in tribute to victims of the deadly tornadoes that swept through the state on Saturday and the countless responders who have saved lives and prevented additional injury. Full story...
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