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Archive - Dec 10, 2007

New laws mean stricter punishments for shoplifting

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This time of year stores are not only ready for holiday shoppers -- but shoplifters too. Full story...
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Summer in December sets two temperature record

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Summer in December has rewritten the weather record book in two locations in North Carolina. Full story...
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House fire shuts off downtown intersection

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A downtown Wilmington intersection is closed at this hour because of a pretty big house fire. Full story...
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Superintendent responds to school issues

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Friday we brought you the story of a Brunswick County School Board member facing a restraining order. Today NewsChannel 3 spoke with Superintendent Katie McGee on this and other issues. Full story...
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Men grow mustaches for charity

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Moustaches are making a comeback. Tony Butler is one of 145 men sporting a mustache for a good cause. Full story...
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Rep. Wright indicted on fraud, other charges

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videoA Wake County grand jury indicted state Rep. Thomas Wright on six felony charges Monday. The decision comes just a little more than a year after the investigation into the Wilmington democrat's campaign finance reports began. Full story...
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Optimal Technologies moving headquarters to NC, bringing 325 jobs

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Optimal Technologies US Inc. is moving it headquarters from Canada to Raleigh, bringing 325 jobs and investing $2.4 million during the next three years. Full story...
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Gore urges action on climate change during Nobel ceremony

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Al Gore told the audience at the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony that it's "time to make peace with the planet." Full story...
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White House stays largely silent on destroyed CIA tapes

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White House lawyers have advised President Bush's spokeswoman not to answer specific questions about why the CIA destroyed tapes of terror suspects under interrogation. Full story...
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Libby to drop appeal in CIA leak case

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An attorney for former White House aide Lewis Libby says his client is dropping his appeal in the CIA leak case. Full story...
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Vick sentenced to 23 months in prison

Michael Vick's involvement in a dogfighting conspiracy that involved gambling and killing pit bulls has earned him a 23-month sentence in prison. Full story...

'Oprahpalooza' comes to South Carolina

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Oprah Winfrey has told thousands of people at Williams-Brice Stadium to reject Barack Obama's detractors and help him "seize the opportunity" in his bid for the White House. Full story...
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NC lottery officials expect better numbers

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Lottery officials hope action by the Legislature will help make up for a shortfall in sales projections in the first full year. Full story...
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Progress Energy plans to cut 50,000 trees in NC, SC

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Progress Energy plans to cut about 50,000 trees in the path of transmission lines in North Carolina and South Carolina. Full story...
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Greensboro school bus crash injures 6 students, driver in critical condition

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Six elementary school students and a bus driver were hurt when their school bus flipped over near Greensboro. Full story...
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