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Archive - Dec 6, 2007

Police looking for links in Columbus County murders

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The investigation into the murder after the East Columbus Whiteville football game is still very active. And now police are looking at possible links to the Jones case. Full story...
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NC community college board names Ralls as new president

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The State Board of Community Colleges has elected Craven Community College President Scott Ralls as the new system president. Full story...
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New Hanover County schools improving school bus safety

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The Director of Transportation for New Hanover County schools says putting seat belts on buses may do more than prevent injuries in the event of an accident. Full story...
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After Omaha shooting, officials discuss local store security

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The shooting rampage in Omaha has sent shockwaves across the country. Are we prepared here in Wilmington for an event like that, and are local shoppers concerned? Full story...
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Authorities say two inmates left work crew, robbed hunters

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Authorities have launched a statewide search for two prison inmates who left a work crew and may have robbed two hunters of their guns. Full story...
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Huckabee fundraising in North Carolina, starting in Greensboro

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Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee starts a three-day swing through the Carolinas this week with a stop in Greensboro. Full story...
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Section of parking deck collapses in Charlotte, injuries reported

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A small section of a parking deck has collapsed at a Charlotte shopping mall, and fire department officials said they are responding to injuries. Full story...
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Report: teens less likely re-arrested when treated as juveniles

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North Carolina is one of only three states that treats 16-year-olds as adults in the criminal justice system, but child advocates argue the age should be 18. Full story...
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Burr loses Senate leadership vote

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Senate Republicans today chose Lamar Alexander of Tennessee to be their third-ranking leader, turning aside North Carolina Senator Richard Burr. Full story...
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Romney on his religion: No candidate should be rejected because of his faith

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is confronting skepticism about his Mormon faith. Full story...
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Edwards and Clinton say Bush not doing enough to help homeowners

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Democratic presidential candidates John Edwards and Hillary Clinton says President Bush is not doing enough to help homeowners at risk of foreclosure. Full story...
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Bulls 91, Bobcats 82

Luol Deng scored 30 points and the Chicago Bulls handed the Charlotte Bobcats their seventh straight loss, 91-82. Andres Nocioni scored 15 points and added 11 rebounds. Full story...

Wake Forest's Grobe appears to be closing in on Arkansas job

A University of Arkansas private fundraising arm has approved a salary supplement for Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe. That's a strong indication that Grobe will replace Houston Nutt as the Razorbacks' coach. Full story...

Testaverde a workout warrior

Carolina Panthers quarterback Vinny Testaverde hears lots of jokes about playing in the NFL at age 44. Full story...

Bush sends letter to North Korea

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They're not exactly pen pals -- but President Bush has sent a letter to North Korean leader Kim Jong Il. Full story...
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