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Edwards mistress wins ownership of sex tape

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The former mistress of John Edwards has won ownership of a sex tape she filmed with the former presidential candidate as he was running for the White House. Full story...
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Morning fire kills three children, leaves family homeless

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video An early-morning fire killed three children and left the rest of family of ten homeless. For those who know the Pittman family, the fire that destroyed their home and took the lives of three children was nothing less than a tragedy. Full story...
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Disease carrying beetle discovered in Brunswick Co.

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video North Carolina forestry officials say a devastating disease affecting trees in the laurel family across the southeastern United States has now been discovered in Brunswick County. Full story...
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Severe Weather briefing: Damaging winds possible Friday

It's almost a guarantee. Whenever it's warm, and it's not "supposed to be" warm - you'll find some severe weather to correct things back to normal.

Changes to NC pollution control program considered

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A state environmental program designed to protect residents from exposure to dangerous chemicals could get scaled back if some business interests and Republican legislators have their way. Full story...
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Alexander County jail guard accused of theft

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A guard at the Alexander County juvenile jail has been accused of more than 60 counts of theft. Full story...
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Perdue: No-interest Irene loan for 2 NC counties

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Gov. Beverly Perdue is making a no-interest state loan available to repair two schools and other public buildings in Tyrrell and Pamlico counties damaged during Hurricane Irene last August. Full story...
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Duke Energy, Progress Energy file new merger plan

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Duke Energy and Progress Energy are taking a third stab at a deal that would create the largest U.S. electric company, offering to spend up to $150 million to reduce competition concerns. Full story...
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