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Archive - Mar 2008

A third of military women surveyed say they suffer sexual harassment

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Two Pentagon reports out today show the number of sexual assault cases in the military on the decline, but suggest sexual harassment may be on the rise. Full story...
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Sunshine Day to highlight public access to government records

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Criminal records. Information about local school boards or governments. The salaries of city mayors, lawmakers or county officials. Full story...
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Century farms honored

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Thirty-two farming families joined a unique statewide program Friday. They became part of the North Carolina Century Farm Program, a group of 1,600 farms across the state who have been owned or operated by the same family for at least a century. Full story...
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New Hanover County rates higher than state on health

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videoNorth Carolina Prevention Partners is an organization that grades the states efforts to reduce preventable disease. Our state was given a C in tobacco use and D's in both nutrition and physical activity. Full story...
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Wilmington kids go green

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It's never too early to start going green. The Wilmington Fit for Fun Center hosted a "go green, be keen" even Friday for children up to five years old. They learned about animals, recycling and how to plant seeds. Full story...
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Doctor sentenced to life for killing friend in 1976 love triangle

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A former North Carolina doctor has been given a life sentence for murdering his best friend more than three decades ago so he could marry the friend's wife. Full story...
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Judge at Lovette hearing calls for legislative session on gangs

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The judge presiding at a hearing for a teenager charged with killing two North Carolina college students has pleaded with Gov. Mike Easley to call a special Legislative session on gang violence. Full story...
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Perdue backs Obama

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An adviser says Lieutenant Governor Beverly Perdue is backing Barack Obama for the Democratic presidential nomination. Full story...
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