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Archive - Sep 2009

Report: Easleys got big discount on NC property

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A Raleigh newspaper is reporting that former North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley and his wife accepted a $137,000 discount on a waterfront lot in 2005. Full story...
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NC DMV agrees to rehire fired whistle-blower

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A North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles whistle-blower who reported on agency wrongdoing is getting his job back under a legal settlement signed this week. Full story...
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NC experts: Millions of fish probably suffocated

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Experts say millions of fish found dead in the Neuse River in eastern North Carolina probably suffocated. Full story...
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Ex-political candidate pleads guilty to fraud

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A former candidate for North Carolina elected office has pleaded guilty to fraud after federal authorities said he took more than $1 million from two elderly clients over three years. Full story...
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Jordan soars into the Hall of Fame

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videoYou might say it is a mere formality. Friday night in Springfield, Massachusetts, Michael Jordan, the man many people consider the greatest basketball player ever, will enter the Basketball Hall of Fame.

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Martin Luther King Parkway accident claims one life

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A 24 year old man is dead after an accident on Wilmington's Martin Luther King Parkway Thursday night. It happened around 8:45 p.m. near the Highway 133 exit. Full story...
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Governor Perdue vetoes first bill

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Governor Bev Perdue vetoed her first bill Thursday. House Bill 104 is "an act to clarify legislative confidentiality." It would have made some public records private.

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UNCW remembers and honors those involved in 9/11

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A memorial to the victims of the September 11th attacks is taking shape on the UNCW campus Friday. Full story...
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Hope for the Warriors is a ride full of pride

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videoFriday marks a very important day in our country, eight years since the 9-11 attacks. The Hope for the Warriors organization is sponsoring a three-day bike riding event for wounded service members. Full story...
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Two options discussed as Wrightsville Beach gets closer to having bike path

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videoAfter decades of discussion, Wrightsville Beach is getting closer to having a bike path of its own. Two options were presented to the Board of Alderman, and Thursday night, residents will have the chance to speak up at a public hearing. Full story...
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