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Archive - Jul 2011

Cary man's sign to come down, lawsuit continues

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A sign that sparked a free speech legal battle in Cary will be removed - but the war continues. Full story...
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Burning ban still in effect as NC drought lingers

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The NC Forest Service is reminding residents in 19 counties that a burning ban issued in June remains in effect. Full story...
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NC court to hear lawyers on Edwards sex tape case

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An Orange County Superior Court judge is set to hear arguments over the disclosure of material in the civil lawsuit involving John Edwards and a purported sex tape. Full story...
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Descendants of original Siamese twins hold reunion

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Descendants of the original Siamese twins are having their annual family reunion, which marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Eng and Chang Bunker. Full story...
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NC expands motorist help from Charlotte to Raleigh

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Drivers on the interstates between North Carolina's two largest cities can now worry a little less about flat tires, stalled vehicles and other traffic headaches. Full story...
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Elderly man found stabbed to death in Lillington

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Police have arrested a Lillington teen in the death of an 82-year-old Army veteran who neighbors said was trying to help the younger man. Full story...
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Sierra Club volunteer to give presentation of wind energy benefits to New Hanover Co. Commissioners

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Our state may soon be home to off shore wind farms. That’s according to Mac Montgomery, who volunteers with the North Carolina Sierra Club for offshore wind. Full story...
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Critter expert discusses newest pests infesting our area

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video Cockroaches, bed bugs and ants, oh my! Hundreds of pest control technicians convened in Wrightsville Beach to share secrets and tips of how to better master bugs and rodents. Though very tiny, some even invisible to the naked eye, pests can multiply quickly, rapidly becoming a huge problem for homeowners. WWAY spoke with a critter expert about some of the newest pests that have made a home for themselves in this area. Full story...
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