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Archive - Apr 2008

Tax rebates should start showing up in bank accounts today

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Those long-promised tax rebates are now on their way to U.S. taxpayers. Full story...
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Dean says Clinton or Obama will have to drop out after primaries

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Democratic Party Chairman Howard Dean says that either Hillary Rodham Clinton or Barack Obama must drop out of the presidential race in June in order to unify the party and win the election in November. Full story...
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More rain in the forecast for soaked NC

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Thunderstorms moving across the state are expected to strengthen and bring strong winds following weekend storms that dumped up to a half-foot of rain. Full story...
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12-year-old boy dies of methadone overdose

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The Department of Social Services is investigating the death of a 12-year-old boy who authorities believe died from a drug overdose. Full story...
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Obama holds Town Hall event at UNCW

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videoMonday Sen. Barack Obama held a town hall meeting at Trask Coliseum. Obama told voters in Wilmington he wanted them to test drive his candidacy. He asked a huge crowd at UNCW's Trask Coliseum to look under the hood and kick the tires. Full story...
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Sen. Clinton, daughter to visit North Carolina for two days

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Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., is returning to North Carolina for two days of campaigning, and her daughter is scheduled to join her. Full story...
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Iraqis accuse NC-based Blackwater of shredding documents

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Lawyers for several Iraqis have accused North Carolina-based Blackwater Worldwide of shredding documents related to federal investigations into the company. Full story...
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Hillary Clinton visits Wilmington

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videoIt was a politically charged Sunday night at the riverfront in downtown Wilmington. More than 5,000 people packed downtown Wilmington to hear Sen. Hillary Clinton speak. She spoke about everything from turning around the economy to America’s relationship with China. Full story...
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