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Archive - 2007

Report: Drought costs 2007 agriculture economy $573 million

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A new report said the state's drought will cost North Carolina's agriculture economy $573 million in 2007. Full story...
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Ex-House Speaker spends holiday in prison, gets more family time

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Former state House Speaker Jim Black is spending what could be the first of several Christmas holidays in prison. Full story...
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NC celebrates 104th anniversary of Wright brothers' flight

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It took less than a minute for Orville and Wilbur Wright to make history. Full story...
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Police investigating several downtown break-ins

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videoPolice are investigating a string of break-ins in downtown Wilmington that happened in broad daylight. Detectives say the same person is likely responsible for all of them. Full story...
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Lawson's career-high 26 points leads top-ranked North Carolina

Ty Lawson's career-high 26 points led top-ranked North Carolina to a 93-71 victory over Rutgers in the last game of a Tar Heel road trip that's spanned a month. Full story...

Paul raises millions in 24-hour effort

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Ron Paul's latest drive for campaign cash has collected even more money than the last one. Full story...
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Some athletes do get it

Just when the Mitchell Report about drug use in baseball had sports fans wondering if there was anything noble any more about their heroes in jock straps, two football players proved there are prof

Colonial Christmas celebration

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The Burgwin-Wright Museum House hosted its sixth Colonial Christmas celebration this weekend. Full story...
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Elf's Shelf: Giving a Good Book

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There are nearly one million titles to choose from in the Wilmington Barnes & Noble, so finding the right book may require a little research. Full story...
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High speed chase ends in Wilmington

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The driver and passenger were two women wanted for larceny in Jacksonville. The 23- and 21-year-old women allegedly stole a TV and other electronics from a Jacksonville Circuit City. Full story...
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