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Archive - Jun 2011

Hagan brings listening tour to Wilmington, to make other stops in area

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Sen. Kay Hagan brings her budget listening tour and "Conversations with Kay" to southeastern North Carolina next week. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Pender Co. employee charged for released personnel records

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A Pender County employee has been charged with releasing confidential personnel records to the media. The Pender County Sheriff's Office charged James Thomas Bellizzi a class 3 misdemeanor. Full story...
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Davidson Co. schools struggle to pay lunch debts

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Davidson County students who repeatedly forget their lunch money may wind up with a cold sandwich rather than a hot meal. Full story...
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Jacksonville man pleads guilty to killing mom

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A Jacksonville man has pleaded guilty to killing his mother and nearly killing his father with a butcher knife more than three years ago. Full story...
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MS woman accused of cell phone fraud in NC

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A Mississippi woman has been charged in a cell phone scheme in North Carolina. Full story...
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Former Camp Lejeune Marine pleads guilty in death

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A former Camp Lejeune Marine has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the strangulation death of a woman he met on a social networking site. Full story...
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Police: Unlicensed teen hits Ft. Bragg soldier

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Police say a wreck involving an unlicensed teen driver who turned in front of a motorcycle has left a Fort Bragg soldier in serious condition. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Attorney and wife talk after meeting with Highway Patrol

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videoThe Raleigh attorney and his wife who called out a New Hanover County Highway Patrol trooper in a letter to the governor are now speaking out on camera. Hoyt and Gina Tessener say they were in Wilmington last week for a conference. The attorney thought the trip would be like any other trip to the coast. Instead it became an experience that evoked fear and uncertainty. Full story...
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