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Archive - Jan 17, 2012

Groups praise court's decision on NC prayer case

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Backers of a lawsuit over Christian prayers before Forsyth County commission meetings are praising a US Supreme Court decision not to hear an appeal of a judge's order prohibiting the practice. Full story...
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Crooke charged with being a crook

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Sometime late Sunday night, someone broke into the Bargain Shack store at 5601 Oleander and stole a large metal box containing collectible coins. Police arrested Kellie Crooke for breaking and entering. Full story...
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14-year-old charged with armed robbery

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Wilmington Police have charged a child with armed robbery of a food delivery driver. It happened just after 10 p.m. Monday. Full story...
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No. 2 NC House leader wants No. 2 exec branch job

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The No. 2 leader in the North Carolina House wants to run for the No. 2 job in the executive branch. Full story...
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Vote could scrap rail service plan near Charlotte

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Iredell County's Commission could derail a plan to bring commuter and freight service along 25 miles of railroad between Mount Mourne and Charlotte. Full story...
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Bank hostage sues police over treatment

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One of the hostages who survived a standoff at a Cary bank is suing the town's police department, saying they mistreated him after he was released by the would-be robber. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: One person shot at bar on Dawson Street

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Wilmington Police say one person was shot at End Zone Sports Bar on Dawson Street around 10 p.m. Monday. Full story...
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NC woman shoots and kills son after fight

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Police in Long View are investigating the shooting of a 21-year-old man by his mother. Full story...
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NC police see progress in resuming investigations

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A once-troubled Cumberland County police department is investigating violent crimes for the first time since 2007, and the chief says he's happy with their progress. Full story...
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