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Archive - Nov __________________, 2012

3 charged in woman's shooting death near NC casino

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A Cherokee man is among three people arrested in the shooting death of a woman during an armed robbery in a motel parking lot across from Harrah's Cherokee Casino. Full story...
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NC company reaches settlement in firing case

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A North Carolina company has agreed to pay back wages and a federal fine after firing three American citizens mistaken for undocumented workers. Full story...
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Kitchen Scoop: Broccoli Cheese Soup

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When the weather cools off, nothing beats a hot bowl of soup. And since Alicia Ross got a new immersion blender, she's been trying out new recipes. Tonight, she shows us a great one for Broccoli Cheese Soup for this week's Kitchen Scoop. Full story...
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Roll-over accident at Shipyard and 17th

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video Around 6:15 p.m., Wilmington Police responded to a report of an accident at the corner of Shipyard Blvd. and 17th Street. One of the vehicles involved flipped over. Full story...
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Ashley students jump for world record in leapfrog

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video Long lines outside the football stadium at Ashley High School are not unusual, but there was no football game Friday afternoon. Full story...
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Explore with George: Christmas light display

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videoLast year our friend Ross Marino and a neighbor set up one crazy Christmas light display. It drew thousands of people to their neighborhood. This year, they've expanded and are raising money for several local charities. Full story...
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Former teacher jailed for indecent liberties with student

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videoSchool is supposed to be the one place parents know their child is safe, but for the second time in two weeks a teacher with ties to New Hanover County Schools has been accused of inappropriate behavior with a student. Full story...
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Guarding against credit card fraud

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videoIt may be the season of goodwill, but identity thieves don't take a holiday. Full story...
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