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Archive - Feb 2012

SC man charged in shooting death at NC flea market

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A South Carolina man has been arrested in the shooting death of a man at a flea market in western North Carolina. Full story...
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9 NC people indicted on drug, gun, robbery charges

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Police say they've arrested nine people who were selling drugs and engaging in other criminal activity in a north Charlotte neighborhood. Full story...
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Illegal Immigrants-Drug Charge: 1,000 pounds of pot found

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Authorities in Rockingham County have arrested two illegal immigrants living in Reidsville after sheriff's deputies seized more than 1,000 pounds of marijuana and $600,000 in cash. Full story...
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Baber found guilty of first degree murder

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Matthew Lee Baber was sentenced Monday to life in prison without parole after a jury found him guilty of killing James Murdock in a 2008 drive-by shooting. Full story...
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27 charged after Robeson County dog fighting raid

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North Carolina authorities have charged 27 people with a variety of crimes stemming from what investigators say was a Robeson County dog-fighting ring that drew participants from three other states. Full story...
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Hill, Justice say increased pensions no factor in leaving legislature

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video A few of the Cape Fear's most prominent legislators are not seeking re-election, but they will get bigger pensions than if they'd left office earlier. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Police report sheds some light on UNCW student's death

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video Bryce Scott was found dead at his apartment in the Reserves at Forest Hills Friday morning. Today, we got a copy of the police report that shines a little light on the situation. Full story...
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Film Commission says incentives making big impact on local economy

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video Some big bucks from the film industry spilled into our local economy last year. In fact, productions spent more than $100 million in our area. But how is the money really spent, and is it staying local? Full story...
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