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Archive - Jan 9, 2012

Workers cheated out of nearly $5M in unpaid work

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A new report from a liberal-leaning think tank says thousands of North Carolina workers are at risk of being cheated out of wages they've earned. Full story...
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Suspect surrenders in Whiteville murder investigation

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A man is in custody after turning himself into police a day after a shooting in Whiteville left a man dead. Whiteville Police say Torres Newkirk surrendered earlier today. Full story...
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Berger's case continued

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It was back to court today for a New Hanover County Commissioner. He was supposed to have a hearing for allegedly violating a protective order by going to a meeting at the building where his ex-girlfriend Heather Blaylock works. Full story...
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New Pender Co. Schools superintendent gets to work

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video When students in Pender County returned from Christmas break last week, their schools had a new leader. Superintendent Terri Cobb says she is excited about her new job and is ready for any challenges she will face. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Eagar out as port chief

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Tom Eagar is out as executive director of NC Ports. The announcement became public in a letter from NC Secretary of Transportation Gene Conti to business associates of the port. Full story...
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Forest begins tour for bid for NC Lt. Gov.

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One of two Republicans who have been running for months to become North Carolina's next lieutenant governor says he's officially kicked off his campaign. Full story...
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First Presbyterian bell tower finally gets bells

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This morning four new bronze bells arrived at First Presbyterian Church. Even though the church was built in 1929, it's never had any bells. Full story...
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Man, woman arrested in largest heroin bust in New Hanover history

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A drug arrest last week turned out to be the largest heroin bust in New Hanover County history. They say it was enough to produce more than 15,000 bags of heroin. Full story...
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