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Archive - Nov 2009

NC burley tobacco market opens Tuesday

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North Carolina's burley tobacco growers may have just one place to sell their product this season. Full story...
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Survivor of US Airways Flight 1549 shares his experience with some in Supply

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videoIt was a special afternoon at the L. Bookworm Bookstore in Supply Saturday. A survivor of US Airways Flight 1549 held a book signing and shared his experiences from the flight that made a historic crash landing in New York's Hudson River earlier this year. Full story...
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'Tis the season to give blood

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videoSome people in Wilmington started the weekend and holiday season by literally giving of themselves. The American Red Cross saw a big turnout for the start of its annual Tired of the Turkey Blood Drive. Full story...
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Thousands enjoy Festival in the Park, Holiday Flotilla

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Before the boats set sail for the big flotilla, thousands gathered for a Festival in the Park at Wrightsville beach Saturday. The 26th Annual North Carolina Holiday Flotilla draws a big crowd every year. Full story...
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Atmosphere Academy: Weather and Math

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videoDid you like math in school? How about computers? If you are a meteorologist, you do not have a choice. Meteorologist Jerry Jackson has more in this week's edition of Atmosphere Academy. Full story...

Sanitation truck crushes car in NC, killing 1

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Authorities say a sanitation truck overturned onto a car in North Carolina's largest city, killing one and seriously injuring three. Full story...
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NC couple sentenced in Satanism abuse case

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A North Carolina couple has been sentenced on misdemeanor charges in a case involving abusing other adults during Satan worship. Full story...
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NC investigator says Easley probe to last longer

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A North Carolina prosecutor investigating potential state criminal charges involving former Gov. Mike Easley says he won't wrap up by February as he had thought. Full story...
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