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Archive - Nov 13, 2012

Distinguished WWII veteran mourned

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Family and friends paid final respects today to a distinguished World War II veteran. Morton Salk of Wilmington died Saturday. He was 93. Full story...
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Woman robbed while taking out trash

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video The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office says a woman was confronted and robbed in her own home this afternoon. Deputies say the victim was taking out her trash on Christa Lane south of Monkey Junction, when a woman with a gun approached her. Full story...
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Three taken to hospital after SUV vs. semi wreck

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It was slow going for motorists this morning on US 421 near the Isabel Holmes Bridge after an accident that sent several people to the hospital. Full story...
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Mom in court on charges of trying to kill daughter, cat

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video A woman charged with trying to kill her child and pet made her first appearance in court today. Jeannie Marvel is charged with attempted first-degree murder and felonious cruelty to animals after she allegedly poisoned her nine-year-old daughter and cat. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. leaders get classroom lesson for perspective

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video Brunswick County leaders went back to school to shadow teachers for a day in the classroom. The day was designed to give officials hands-on experience with tomorrow's leaders, as well as provide insight into the challenges that both teachers and students face on a daily basis at school. Full story...
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GOP worried about NC pre-K expansion finances

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Republican legislative leaders are upset with how outgoing Democratic Gov. Beverly Perdue's administration is spending money to expand pre-kindergarten for thousands of additional children through next summer. Full story...
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Fall strikes again; more East Coast storms?

I'm sure you'll be talking about the change in weather a lot in your small talk sessions over the next few days. "It was just in the 70's," your co-worker in the elevator will say.

AAA: Thanksgiving travel should increase slightly

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The number of Americans hitting the road this Thanksgiving is expected to increase slightly from a year ago. But they'll take shorter trips to save on gas and other costs as household budgets remain tight. Full story...
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NC AG argues Duke wants too much in rate increase

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North Carolina's Supreme Court is considering a case that could pressure utilities regulators to justify rate increase decisions that can involve hundreds of millions of dollars. Full story...
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NC judge rules against New Year's Eve possum drop

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There will be no possum drop in Brasstown this New Year's Eve if a decision by an administrative law judge stands. In a ruling issued Tuesday, Judge Fred Morrison said North Carolina law prohibits citizens from using wild animals for pets or amusement. Full story...
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