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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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Dry Christmas trees pose fire hazard

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videoThe drought that has plagued our state merits extra attention for your Christmas tree. The trees may be drier than normal and require more water, lest you have a fire hazard in your house. Full story...
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Panthers' defense defends offense

The Carolina Panthers offense has struggled under three quarterbacks since former Pro Bowl player Jake Delhomme was lost for the season in the third week of the year. Full story...