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Archive - Sep 3, 2012

Navy SEAL bin Laden book out-selling '50 Shades' on Amazon

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"No Easy Day," the controversial book by a former U.S. Navy SEAL and StarNews editor about the commando raid that killed Osama bin Laden, has stormed to the top of U.S. book sales on online retailer Amazon.com. Full story...
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Hammerheads urge fans to road-trip to Charleston this Saturday for championship game

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The Hammerheads will play the Charleston Battery for the 2012 USL PRO Championship title on Saturday, September 8 at 7:30 p.m. at Blackbaud Stadium in Charleston, SC. The Wilmington Hammerheads organization is encouraging all fans to make the trip to Charleston in support of the team, if possible. Full story...
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National gas prices set Labor Day record, relief coming

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The U.S. national average for gas prices has beaten another record: highest average ever on Labor Day. The previous record, $3.69/gal in 2008, has been toppled, much to the chagrin of millions of travelling motorists this weekend. Full story...
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Elon Poll: McCrory far ahead of Dalton in race for governor

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In the race for North Carolina governor, Republican former Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory is currently running far ahead of incumbent Democratic Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton. Full story...
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Elon Poll: Romney leads in NC as DNC begins

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Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney holds a lead over President Barack Obama in the battleground state of North Carolina as the incumbent president’s party comes to Charlotte this week for the Democratic National Convention, according to the latest Elon University Poll conducted in partnership with The Charlotte Observer and The News & Observer. Full story...
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New Hobby Lobby set to open at Hanover Center

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A national craft retailer that offers 30,000 Christmas and seasonal decor items will open at Hanover Center just in time for autumn. Full story...
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Woman charged in Durham apartment arson

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A Guilford County woman has been charged with setting a fire that damaged 18 apartments in Durham and displaced dozens of people from their homes. Full story...
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October hearings in NC Racial Justice Act cases

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Hearings have been scheduled to determine whether three people convicted of Fayetteville-area killings can be taken off North Carolina's death row under the Racial Justice Act. Full story...
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Union members offer free hugs at Charlotte event

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Union members will be giving out free hugs at a Labor Day celebration of American workers on the eve of the Democratic Convention in Charlotte. Full story...
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Unions plan Labor Day parade in Charlotte

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Labor unions are planning to hold a parade in Charlotte one day before the start of the Democratic National Convention in North Carolina's largest city. Full story...
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