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Archive - Nov 2009

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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