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Archive - Dec 13, 2007

Civil fines going to NC schools would exceed $600 million

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A Superior Court judge says the state should give most of the civil penalties collected over almost 10 years to the public schools to comply with a state Supreme Court decision. Full story...
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Star players named in Mitchell Report

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There are seven MVPs and 31 All-Stars among the 85 players mentioned in the Mitchell Report, which was released yesterday following a 20-month investigation into drug use in baseball. Full story...
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Drought conditions worsen

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Drought conditions are getting worse throughout the state. Full story...
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Brunswick County water service back to normal

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Water service is back to normal in parts of Brunswick County Thursday. An advisory to boil water before drinking it created issues for some schools. Full story...
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Santa Claus comes to town in an ambulance

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videoFor the 15th straight year, New Hanover Regional Medical Center has collected and distributed Christmas gifts to local families in need. Full story...
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Area schools make national spotlight

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Three area high schools are sitting pretty in the national spotlight. Full story...
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Southport police chief honored

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videoOne of Southport's own has received the biggest honor of his career. Chief Jerry Dove says the beauty of Southport will keep him the town for a while. Full story...
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Former Buncombe County sheriff indicted

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Former Buncombe County Sheriff Bobby Medford and three former deputies have been charged with taking money to help protect an illegal video poker ring in western North Carolina. Full story...
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