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Christmas snow in Asheville could cost Perry's Emporium $400,000+

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If Asheville gets the 3 inches of Christmas snow the National Weather Service said is possible, Alan Perry may be out more than $400,000. Full story...
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Holiday travel across Carolinas up from last year

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There should be more travelers on the road and in the skies across the Carolinas this weekend, despite rising gas prices and the threat of winter weather. Full story...
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Local reaction on Perdue’s consideration of gambling

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video During the governors media roundtable discussion Wednesday Governor Bev Perdue made a very bold statement regarding gambling and video gaming in North Carolina. Full story...
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Crunch time for last-minute shoppers

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video There are only two days before Christmas, and it's getting to be crunch time for those last-minute shoppers. Full story...
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White Christmas means comped carats

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video Everyone seems to be looking up this Christmas as the weather has us all watching and waiting. Will it snow…or not? Well, the weather outside Perry’s Emporium is not so frightful, but it's not the sky in Wilmington that matters. Full story...
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Hampstead man happy about Ground Zero worker bill

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video Congress has been busy the last couple weeks before their holiday break tying to get as much passed as they could during the lame-duck session. One of their final votes will mean help for Ground Zero workers, including a Hampstead man. Full story...
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Police search for dress thief

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Wilmington Police need your help finding a man they say stole two dresses. Full story...
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Police break up Lumbee tribal protest in Pembroke

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Police broke up a protest outside the Lumbee tribal office in Pembroke but no one was arrested. The Fayetteville Observer reported more than a dozen tribal members marched and carried signs Wednesday complaining of what they said were cronyism and unfair treatment by tribal leaders. Full story...
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Woman accused of stealing prescription pads

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An employee at a medical clinic in Jacksonville has been accused of stealing prescription pads and writing fake drug orders. The Daily News of Jacksonville reported that 32-year-old Jennifer Francis Noell is accused of stealing the pads and forging them for oxycodone. Full story...
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Fewer people apply for unemployment benefits

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Slightly fewer people applied for unemployment benefits last week, the second drop in three weeks. That's a sign the job market is slowly healing. Full story...
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