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Archive - Nov 2009

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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Deals were gobbled up on Black Friday

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videoTurkey hangovers did not keep shoppers from taking advantage of Black Friday deals early Friday morning. This year, some stores opened their doors at midnight to make way for the holiday crowds. Full story...
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Things starting to look festive at Carolina Beach, Pleasure Island

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The Carolina Beach Boardwalk is a little more festive this holiday season than in years past. The first ever Christmas by the Sea kicked off Friday evening. Hundreds gathered and toured the lights and displays, live nativity scene... Full story...
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Downtown Wilmington enjoys tree lighting, Santa Claus

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Christmas cheer lit up the Cape Fear River Friday evening. Caroling filled the air in downtown Wilmington as the city held it's annual Christmas tree lighting. Full story...
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Marino on Money: November 27

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videoWednesday, certified financial planner Ross Marino told us why many people are turning to reverse mortgages. Today, he's breaking down the types of reverse mortgages you can consider.

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NC woman charged with Thanksgiving murder

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41-year-old Cheryl Dhonayle Davis of Statesville was arrested and charged Thursday morning in the shooting death of 47-year-old Rodney Herron. Full story...
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Home invasion suspect posed as Bible salesman

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A New Hanover County woman says when she told a Bible salesman she wasn't interested, he forced his way into her home, threatened her with a knife, and hit her with a frying pan. Full story...
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Donate blood, earn free food

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Tired of turkey? Don't want to shop? Donate blood instead! Full story...
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Fake ID production booming in NC

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North Carolina officials say there's a booming business in fake identification that's growing in size and sophistication. Full story...
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Cookie craving leads to crash

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A 76-year-old North Carolina man spent a cold night in his car at the bottom of a ditch after he left his rural home to buy his favorite oatmeal cream cookies. Full story...
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Local workers thankful to have a job

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videoThanksgiving is a holiday for family time. That's why it's especially important to say thanks to the people who went into work. Full story...
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Fine dining for Thanksgiving

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video While most restaurants were closed for the Thanksgiving holiday, one fine dining establishment opened it's doors to help feed families in need. Full story...
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Feeding the masses for Thanksgiving

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Manna Ministries prepared meals for about 400 people at the Leland Town Hall park shelter. Full story...
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Good year for NC Christmas tree growers

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North Carolina's 2009 Christmas tree harvest should top 5 million trees from more than 1,500 growers. More than 96 percent of N.C. Christmas trees are Fraser firs, which are grown in the mountains. Full story...
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Volunteering a Thanksgiving tradition for some families

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While many of us spend the day with our families, others were out volunteering to make it a happy holiday for those in need. Full story...
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