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Archive - 2007

Report: less than 1 percent of food stamp cases fraudulent in NC

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Almost 3,200 food stamp recipients in North Carolina use invalid or ineligible Social Security numbers, but that amounts to an error rate of less than 1 percent. Full story...
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Actor and director Tim Robbins praises Edwards

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Actor and film director Tim Robbins is backing Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards. Full story...
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Court upholds decision in Jordan's favor in fight with ex-lover

An Illinois appellate court has ruled in favor of Michael Jordan in a five-year legal dispute between the former basketball great and an ex-lover. Full story...

Family can't afford Christmas tree

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videoA New Hanover County man who was recently laid off from his job is upset over how he was treated when he went to a local charity to buy a Christmas tree for his family. Full story...
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Man spreads cheer from inside snowglobe

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A man in Durham has found an unusual way to spread good cheer by serving as his company's living Christmas card. Full story...
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Brunswick County Water Advisory

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A water main break earlier in the day is causing many homes -- especially in the Shallotte area -- to experience very low or no water pressure. Full story...
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Community support builds for fire victims

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Community support continues to build for the survivors of this weekend's mobile home fire in Leland. Full story...
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High temperatures cooling holiday spirit

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videoIt's not looking a bit at all like Christmas. How about early June? Full story...
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Congress dispute could delay tax returns

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A dispute in congress could mean delays in tax refunds for millions of taxpayers. Full story...
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Scam artists don't stop for holidays

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In this season of good will consumers need to be reminded that scam artists don't take a holiday over the holidays. Full story...
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WPD cracking down on drug sales

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The Wilmington Police Department has launched a new program to deter drug sales in the city. Full story...
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Ethics panel to decide if Wright used public office to get loan

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The ethics panel investigating Representative Thomas Wright has found enough evidence against the indicted state lawmaker to hold a public hearing. Full story...
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Not all thrift stores support charities

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It's the time of year when people begin cleaning out closets, making room for holiday gifts they will receive and seeking a tax deduction for donations made prior to the end of the year. But donor, beware! Full story...
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Easley says local water limits possible if drought worsens

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Governor Mike Easley said he could cap water use in some towns and cities if the drought worsens. Full story...
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Greensboro City Council orders $500,000 to police after 7 murders in 8 days

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Greensboro city council members have ordered the city manager to immediately find $500,000 to beef up police patrols following a recent spike in murders. Full story...
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