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Archive - Nov 1, 2007

Colbert won't appear on SC ballot

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South Carolina Democrats don't take Stephen Colbert seriously enough to put him on the presidential ballot. Full story...
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Democrat John Edwards officially eligible for public funds

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The Federal Election Commission says John Edwards is officially eligible for federal matching money to help finance his presidential campaign. Full story...
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Writers' strike would affect TV shows

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Contract talks between Hollywood writers and producers broke off last night before the midnight deadline for their current labor package to expire. Full story...
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Study: women make businesses more profitable

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If you want to make your business more profitable improve gender balance in the board room. Full story...
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Hundreds mourn at first memorial for fire victim

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Hundreds filled church pews to mourn 18-year-old William Rhea, one of the University of South Carolina students killed in the North Carolina beach house fire. Full story...
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Toms Drug Co. to close

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A local business that's been a landmark in downtown Wilmington is closing its doors. Toms drug store has been serving Wilmington for 75 years. It'll be closed for good at the end of the month. Susan Harrington has been the owner for the past 17 years, but her late husband had owned it since the seventies. She says it's time to move on. Full story...
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Household waste collection day is Saturday

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You've heard of spring cleaning. How about fall cleaning to get rid of hazardous materials? Full story...
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Fruits, vegetables too expensive for some

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We all know that we should be eating more fruits and vegetables. But for many poor families, the price of these healthy foods may put them out of reach. Full story...
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Hard times for mortgage holders

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Mortgage holders are having a harder time keeping a roof over their heads. The number of foreclosures on homes is way up, say the latest figures. Full story...
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St. Mary's students celebrate All Saints Day

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videoHalloween is over. While it's usually considered a dark and scary holiday it actually precedes a day meant to celebrate those who brought hope and light to the world. Full story...
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Colbert files for presidential primary

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Comedian Stephen Colbert has filed to run in the South Carolina Democratic presidential primary. Full story...
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Forecasters don't expect Noel to be a "drought buster"

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Surfers on the North Carolina coast are hoping that Tropical Storm Noel will kick up some waves. Full story...
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Rain brings little relief to NC drought

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Last week's deluge of rain brought some relief to North Carolina's drought. But almost three-quarters of the state still face severely dry conditions. Full story...
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NC paratrooper pleads guilty in HIV case

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A paratrooper has pleaded guilty to assault for knowingly having unprotected sex with a 17-year-old he met in an online chat room. Full story...
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Durham mayor Bill Bell backs Obama for presidency

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Durham Mayor Bill Bell says he is endorsing Illinois Sen. Barack Obama in his bid for the White House. Full story...
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