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Archive - Dec 20, 2012

B.J. Wright pleads guilty, heads to prison for 12.5-17 years

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videoEarlier this week a judge gave B.J. Wright a nearly $4 million bond. On his way out of the courtroom Wright reportedly told a bailiff, "I'll be home by Christmas." But today he found out he won't be going home any time soon. Full story...
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NC joins Connecticut for 'Day of Mourning' Friday

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video Gov. Bev Perdue has joined Connecticut Gov. Daniel Malloy in declaring a "Day of Mourning" tomorrow in the wake of last week's school shooting. Full story...
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Contributions help CFCC students make sure families have merry Christmas

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video Workers at Cape Fear Community College are playing the roll of Santa's elves again helping make sure the families of some CFCC students will have a very merry Christmas. Full story...
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2012 record breaking for NC film industry

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video North Carolina witnessed another year of record-breaking film numbers in 2012. Year-end projections show productions had direct in-state spending of more than $376 million and created more than 4,100 crew positions for the state's workforce. Full story...
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Vigil planned for missing elderly woman

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video The CUE Center for Missing Persons will hold a candlelight vigil this weekend for 83-year-old Alma Lawson, who's been missing since November 4. Full story...
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NC Supreme Court says no to sweepstakes halls

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video North Carolina's video sweepstakes halls could be closed soon after the state's highest court refused a request from industry officials to delay those closings while they appeal to the US Supreme Court. Full story...
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McCrory makes 3 cabinet appointments

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A former legislator, mayor and federal prosecutor are among those who will serve in key cabinet positions for incoming North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory. Full story...
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Probe finds UNC academic fraud started earlier

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A months-long investigation of academic fraud at The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill finds the problems go back a decade earlier than an earlier probe uncovered. Full story...
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