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Archive - May 7, 2008

Stop the Violence Rally

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There will be a Stop the Violence rally Saturday, May 10th at 12:00 p.m. at Robert Strange Park, which is behind the MLK Center. Full story...
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Young, Black and Under Attack, Part 1

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videoWhat are the issues affecting young Black men? We take closer look in our series Young Black and Under Attack. Full story...
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Baby skin more susceptible to complications

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A baby's skin is supposed to be soft and smooth, but in reality, pediatrician Mathew Avram says most little ones are prone to all kinds of rashes and conditions. Full story...
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NC turnout shatters record

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More than 2.1 million people cast a ballot in Tuesday's election, and most voted in the Democratic primary that featured the historic race for the White House. Full story...
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Easley endorses Perdue for governor

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Governor Mike Easley says Lieutenant Governor Bev Perdue will be a great governor because she understands the importance of education to North Carolina's economy. Full story...
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Pittenger, Dalton win primary races for lieutenant governor

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A pair of state senators seeking higher office will meet in November to see which of them will be the next lieutenant governor. Full story...
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Hagan, Dole to meet in US Senate election

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U.S. Senate candidate Kay Hagan didn't spend much time celebrating her convincing victory in the Democratic primary. Full story...
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Exit polls: Black voters in NC overwhelmingly support Obama

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Once again, Hillary Rodham Clinton beat Barack Obama among white voters in a Southern state. And, once again, it made no difference. Full story...
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Clinton pushes on to West Virginia; Obama takes a break

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Without a break after yesterday's two contests, Hillary Rodham Clinton is pushing full steam ahead to next week's primary in West Virginia. Full story...
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Clinton lends her struggling campaign $6.4 million

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Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton has lent her presidential campaign $6.4 million over the past month, a campaign aide says. Full story...
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