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Attorney General Roy Cooper undecided on Senate seat

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Roy Cooper is still undecided about a political post, beyond attorney general. Republican Senator Richard Burr is up for re-election next year. So far, his seat remains unchallenged. Full story...
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Marino on Money: April 28

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videoIn this economic environment, education can be quite a financial burden. In today’s Marino on Money, Ross Marino tell us about setting up college funds. Full story...
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Snakes safe from NHC Animal Control

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New Hanover County Animal Control provides a slew of services, mainly for dogs, cats, and anything to do with rabies exposure. But they don't handle snakes because snakes don't carry rabies. Full story...
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Brunswick County checking up on emergency plans

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With the recent cases of swine flu, Brunswick County is preparing for the worst. Brunswick County Emergency Services is making home visits to nearly 200 special needs patients to assess their ability to evacuate and find shelter in an emergency. Full story...
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Seniors take part in Heritage Arts Festival

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Seniors entered their work into a contest Tuesday during the Heritage Arts Festival. Categories included different types of painting, wood carving, and knitting. Full story...
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Special grand jury meets on NC police department

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Government keeps NC lottery prizes if winner owes

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Winning the lottery in North Carolina can mean no payout if the winner owes the state back taxes, student loans or child support. Full story...
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NC 11-year-olds win cash in Scrabble championship

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Two 11-year-old North Carolina students have won $10,000 in a weekend Scrabble championship in Rhode Island. Full story...
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NC to test suspected cases of swine flu

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North Carolina health officials are investigating several specimens gathered from suspected cases of swine flu in the state. Full story...
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Shots fired at North Kerr, two arrested

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Shots were fired into a house on North Kerr Avenue Monday night. Deputies tell WWAY two men pulled up to the house and got into an argument with someone who lived there. Full story...
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Teen airlifted to hospital after crash in Brunswick County

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A teen was airlifted to the hospital after an accident in Brunswick County Monday. The crash occurred just before 5:00 p.m. at Maco and Goodman Roads near Leland. Full story...
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Want to voice your opinion on state spending?

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The North Carolina House is hosting a public hearing to get input on the state budget. House members want to hear from regular folks who are not normally engaged in the process. Full story...
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Opt-out policy for school districts that use corporal punishment

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The State House of Representatives wants school districts that use corporal punishment to provide an opt-out policy to parents. The legislation cleared the House Monday. Full story...
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North Carolina county owes more than $26 million in taxes

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The most populous county in North Carolina said residents owe more than $26 million in 2008 taxes. Many delinquent taxpayers said the poor economy is the reason they can not pay. Full story...
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Area hog farmers taking precautions

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videoAs the swine flu epidemic grows, North Carolina health officials are taking precautions. Considering our state is the second largest hog producer in the country, and the swine virus started with an infected pig, hog farms are watching who comes in contact with their livestock. Full story...
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