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Archive - Nov 2012

Perdue worries how to help group home residents

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Gov. Beverly Perdue says she's committed to ensure mentally ill people in group homes aren't put out on North Carolina streets come January but is hard pressed because she lacks authority to move state money around. Perdue told reporters Thursday in Raleigh she believes legislative leaders want to fix the problem but doesn't know yet how it'll be done. Full story...
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Reidsville House member to run for speaker pro tem

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Another Republican says he's running for the No. 2 leadership position in the North Carolina House for the next two years. Bert Jones of Reidsville announced Thursday he would seek the position of speaker pro tempore. Outgoing Majority Leader Paul Stam of Apex and finance committee leader Julia Howard of Mocksville already have entered the race. Full story...
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Battleship North Carolina sending cards to veterans

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video The Battleship North Carolina is asking for help to make the holidays brighter for our veterans by sending them Christmas Cards. Full story...
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Explore with George: Arts by the Shore 2012

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video This weekend in Oak Island it's Arts by the Shore 2012 put on by the Oak Island Art Guild and the Oak Island Parks and Recreation Department. Full story...
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Leland woman robbed while making late night deposit

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video The Leland Police Department says a woman was robbed late Wednesday evening as she tried to deposit a local business’s daily deposit at the BB&T at Brunswick Forest. Full story...
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Vote rulings move elections one step closer to final results

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video In New Hanover County, the long process of counting absentee and provisional ballots is wrapping up tonight. That means campaigns for Rep. Mike McIntyre and David Rouzer should know a whole lot more tonight about who will win their race for Congress. Full story...
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Bellamy Mansion goes back to the future to save water

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video The more than 150-year-old Bellamy Mansion is becoming greener. Using old technology from when the mansion was first built, an irrigation company is reactivating the original brick water cistern. Full story...
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'Vote No' members to keep fighting city hall

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video The campaign brought together the young and the old, Democrats and Republicans, and today on the steps of Wilmington City Hall, they came together one more time not to disband, but to announce themselves as the voice of Wilmington voters. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Student thinks leap frog record will teach important lesson

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video Leap Frog is a simple game, and you probably played it as a kid. Now an Ashley High School student is playing this game to break a world record and teach a valuable lesson in the process. Full story...
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Warrant: Mom accused of poisoning left note

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video New details in the case of a New Hanover County mom arrested for allegedly poisoning her nine-year-old daughter and cat. Search warrants provide a more detailed look at what happened. Full story...
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