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Archive - Nov 2011

'Cyber Monday' sales rise 33 percent

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A new report says a record number of shoppers made purchases online on the Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, pushing sales up 33 percent. Full story...
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Snow in the south. Winter's on its way!

First time in a long time, but I'm back here writing on my blog. Things have been a little crazy around these parts going over a major graphics overhaul.

Judge denies defense motion in UNC leader's death

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A judge has denied a defense motion to prohibit prosecutors from introducing evidence from the slaying of a Duke University graduate student in the trial of a man accused of killing the student body president at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill more than three years ago. Full story...
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NC mountains residents under flood threat

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Forecasters are warning residents in the North Carolina mountains that up to six inches of rain could fall on the area and lead to flooding. Full story...
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Thanksgiving argument deadly near Lumberton

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Robeson County sheriff's deputies say a Thanksgiving argument between roommates left one man dead and another in jail. Full story...
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Carney chosen to complete Forrester's Senate term

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The Mayor Pro-tem of Mooresville has been chosen to fill the term of the late Sen. Jim Forrester of Gaston County. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Community Action head sparked latest Berger investigation

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video It's been one week since New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger attended a public meeting at his ex-girlfriend workplace. Berger's actions led to his arrest for violating a protective order his ex Heather Blaylock filed. Tonight we finally know who first raised concerns about Berger being there. Full story...
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2nd grade teacher arrested on drug charges

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A Pender County teacher is facing some serious charges after being arrested over the weekend for drug crimes. Full story...
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Small businesses booming after holiday weekend

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video With Cyber Monday coming to a close tonight, local business owners are celebrating a weekend they say was the most profitable of 2011. They’re hoping this is just a preview of what they can expect for the rest of the holiday shopping season. Full story...
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Occupy protestor arrested in Wilmington

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Occupy Wilmington protestors have been getting a lot of attention, but not always the type they wanted. The group protesting Wall Street greed as well as local issues was one member less after an arrest Sunday night. Full story...
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Local stores cash in on Cyber Monday with online deals

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video The holiday shopping frenzy continued today, but this time you didn't have to worry about the crowds. Online shopping is another way for retailers to cash in by offering one day only deals. It's known as Cyber Monday. Not to be outdone, local stores got in on the action. Full story...
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NC senate panel votes to repeal death row law

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A Senate panel has voted to essentially repeal a landmark state law allowing death row inmates to appeal their sentences based on statistical evidence showing racial bias. Full story...
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Classmates mourn 8-year-old boy killed in hunting accident

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video An eight-year-old boy died Friday after a hunting accident in Bladen County. Family and friends gathered in Clinton for James Ethan Bartley's funeral today. Meanwhile, his friends at school mourned their classmate. Full story...
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McIntyre pushing Congress to honor veterans who continue service in community

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Rep. Mike McIntyre (D-7th District) was in Wilmington this afternoon to talk new legislation, and he thinks it's an issue everyone in Congress should be able to come together on. Full story...
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Women arrested for Thanksgiving night fight in Walmart

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The early start to Black Friday brought some great deals to the table after this Thanksgiving, but at the Walmart in Whiteville, it also brought violence. Full story...
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