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Archive - Nov 2012

Sergeant found guilty on 1 count in soldier death

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A military jury has found an Army sergeant guilty on one of three charges in the hazing-related death of Pvt. Danny Chen. Sgt. Jeffrey T. Hurst was found not guilty Friday of hazing and maltreatment. He was found guilty of dereliction of duty. Full story...
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NC OKs increase on Blue Cross individual policies

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North Carolina's top insurance regulator is announcing days after his re-election that the state's largest health insurer can raise prices by an average of 8 percent on individuals paying for their own coverage. Full story...
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3rd red wolf shot since NC expanded coyote hunt

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Federal wildlife officials say a third protected red wolf has been shot to death since North Carolina adopted a new rule allowing coyotes to be hunted at night with spotlights. Full story...
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Explore with George: Junior League of Wilmington Bargain Sale

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video Does your head already hurt from trying to figure out all of those Christmas gifts? The Junior League of Wilmington's 59th Annual Bargain Sale can help. The giant indoor yard sale is happening tomorrow. We sent George Elliott over to get a sneak peek at what they have to offer. Full story...
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Kitchen Scoop: Easy and delicious fudge

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video Have you already gone through all of the candy in your kid's Halloween stash? Chocolate lovers can rejoice because we've for the perfect treat for those cravings. Alicia Ross has a delicious and easy fudge recipe in our Kitchen Scoop. Full story...
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Funeral arrangements made in death of Bladen deputy fire marshal

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video Funeral arrangements have been made for John McCelland Hall, 48, who died Wednesday of a heart issue from getting sick during a call over the weekend. Full story...
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CFCC introduces new president

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video Cape Fear Community College officially welcomed its new president this morning. School leaders gathered to introduce Dr. Ted Spring as the school's new leader. Spring replaces Dr. Eric McKeithan, who retired in June. Full story...
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Elderly Wilmington woman still missing

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videoWilmington Police are still looking for Alma Lawson, 83. Lawson went missing Sunday near her home on Stanley Street in the Love Grove community. Full story...
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What to grow, what to plant, what to eat

It’s the cool season alright, and that means some of our favorite warm season veggies. are long gone.

Libertarian NC governor candidate says she's done

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Three-time Libertarian governor candidate Barbara Howe says she will not make another run at the office. Full story...
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NC rushes on deadline for online insurance market

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North Carolina officials are rushing ahead of a looming deadline on how to create a new one-stop online shop to help people buy affordable health insurance. Full story...
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Man arrested for attempted murder

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videoA man is in jail in New Hanover County charged with trying to kill a woman. The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office says Rusty Randall, 29, is charged with attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, burglary and other crimes. Full story...
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'Safe Haven' reshoots to impact ferry schedule

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videoThe return of the cast and crew of the movie "Safe Haven" will have an impact on the Southport-Fort Fisher Ferry next week. The ferry will run an abbreviated schedule Saturday, Nov. 17, to assist with reshoots for the movie based on the Nicholas Sparks book. Full story...
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12-year-old E. Coli victim home from NC hospital

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A 12-year-old Cherryville boy who was hospitalized for more than a month because of an E. coli outbreak at the Cleveland County Fair is home. Full story...
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NC parachute plant laying off 68 workers

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A western North Carolina company that makes parachutes and other supplies for the military is laying off 68 workers by the end of the year. Full story...
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