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Archive - Oct 2, 2012

NWS final storm report: multiple tornadoes in southeastern NC

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The National Weather Service officially confirmed the touchdown of three tornadoes in southeastern North Carolina on Monday. Full story...
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Baby born at Hoggard High School

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A Hoggard High School student gave birth today on campus in one of the school's bathroom stalls. The baby was born around 3:30 p.m. right as school was letting out. Full story...
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Another downtown restaurant closes, state places lien on property

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TreBenzios, a downtown Wilmington restaurant and lounge at 141 N. Front St. that officials say closed its doors in late September, is now being targeted by the state for failure to pay sales taxes, according to a state official. Full story...
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Stores pull peanut butter, other spreads after salmonella scare

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video Peanut butter lovers listen up. A jar of your favorite spread could make you sick. Fears of salmonella contamination has one of the nation's largest manufacturers of peanut butter pulling its products. Full story...
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Red Cross looking for 'Holiday Mail for Heroes'

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The American Red Cross is getting in the Christmas spirit for the military. Instead of sending a letter to Santa, why not send one to a soldier. Full story...
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UPDATE: CFPUA crews fix water main break at 100 block of Market Street

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A CFPUA construction crew has made necessary repairs to a broken water main and are in the finishing stages of road repairs in the 100 block of Market St. Full story...
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Columbus Co. man arrested for wife's 2000 murder

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Columbus County Sheriff's detectives and investigators with the District Attorney's Office arrested John Avery Phillip Cumbee, 51, of Honey Field Road, Whiteville, for the 2000 murder of his wife, Angela Jones Cumbee. Full story...
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Thieves target McIntyre's Washington office

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Rep. Mike McIntyre's Capitol Hill office was one of several targeted by thieves recently. McIntyre's Chief of Staff Dean Mitchell says several items of memorabilia were stolen from the congressman's office during the August District Work Period. Full story...
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