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Archive - Oct 2012

Camp Lejeune Marines train at Fort Bragg

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Marines from Camp Lejeune have headed inland to train at Fort Bragg with the Army. The Fayetteville Observer reported the 10th Marine Regiment is training at Fort Bragg until Oct. 26. Full story...
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Former GOP presidential contender Santorum in NC

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Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum is scheduled to visit North Carolina to campaign on behalf of the man he challenged for the Republican presidential nomination. Full story...
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Early voting starts today

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video One Stop Absentee Voting begins tomorrow across North Carolina. During One Stop Voting, you can vote early. You can also register and vote in the same place with proof of residency. Full story...
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Davis/Swearingen and Catlin/Gale candidate forums TONIGHT on RTV and WHQR at starting at 7 p.m.

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video WHQR 91.3fm Public Radio will host and broadcast two candidate forums with Ted Davis (R) and Emilie Swearingen (D) for NC House District 19 and Rick Catlin (R) and Tom Gale (D) for NC House District 20. The forum is TONIGHT at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. The forums will also air live on 91.3fm and on RTV. Full story...
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NC lawmen accused of running a protection racket

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The U.S. Attorney's office says three North Carolina lawmen and a former sheriff's deputy are facing corruption and bribery charges. Full story...
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Early voting in 2012 could exceed '08 totals in NC

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The campaigns of President Barack Obama, Mitt Romney and their parties' slates of candidates are nearing high gear as in-person early voting begins in all of North Carolina's 100 counties Full story...
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Dalton unveils platform on pay bias, web safety

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Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton says if elected governor he would work to protect children from obscene materials on the Internet and seek tougher penalties for domestic violence perpetrators in North Carolina. Full story...
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NC health officials: 61 cases of E. coil from fair

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Health officials in North Carolina say the number of E. coli cases linked to the Cleveland County Fair has climbed to 61. Full story...
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