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Archive - Sep 14, 2012

ROLL CALL: Mike McIntyre hanging tough

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Rep. Mike McIntyre is turning out to be harder to dislodge than Republicans predicted when they redistricted the North Carolina Democrat into a GOP-leaning seat. Full story...
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New Hanover Co. warns of deed scam

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New Hanover County Registrar Jennifer MacNeish is warning New Hanover County residents of a potential deed scam. Full story...
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Seafood Blues & Jazz Festival unveils artwork

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The 19th Annual Pleasure Island Seafood Blues & Jazz Festival has unveiled the artwork for this year's event. The painting of a tropically-inspired musician playing the blues as sunset descends over the Cape Fear River is by Wilmington's Barton Hatcher, who grew up in Bladen County. Full story...
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UNC board meets privately with chancellor Thorp

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Overseers of North Carolina's public universities are voicing support for the head of the system's flagship Chapel Hill campus amid investigations into academic fraud, improper travel spending by fundraisers and special treatment for athletes. Full story...
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Plane wreckage found in southern Colorado may be from NC

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A search team is on the way to the wreckage of a plane that apparently crashed west of Trinidad in southern Colorado. Full story...
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Romney sees 'middle-income' as $200K to $250K and less, as does Obama

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Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are both promising tax relief for middle-income Americans. But what's the definition of "middle-income?" Full story...
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First lady slated to visit two NC cities next week

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First lady Michelle Obama is returning to North Carolina next week for campaign events in Greenville and Durham. President Barack Obama's re-election campaign in North Carolina announced Friday that his wife will participate in "grass-roots events" in the two cities Wednesday. Full story...
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More aides leaving Gov. Perdue's administration

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There's more evidence of North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue's administration winding down with the departure of two additional top aides from her office. Full story...
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