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Police: tip foils plans to 'shoot up' NC school

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Police in western North Carolina say they have derailed a 15-year-old's plot to shoot up his school, thanks to a a tip from a teen in New York. Full story...
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What's Happening: January 9-11

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videoStarting this weekend, you can catch a glimpse of a car that's more like a moving piece of art. Plus, a longtime supporter of youth baseball needs people to pitch in for his cause. Full story...
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NC-filmed movie wins People's Choice awards

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A movie filmed in North Carolina and set in South Carolina has won two People's Choice awards. Full story...
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UNC's distance education enrollments up 20 percent

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The number of distance education students in the University of North Carolina System has shot up more than 20 percent. Full story...
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NC home builders make argument for federal aid

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The North Carolina Home Builders Association plans to push its case on why a federal economic stimulus package should help their industry by encouraging buyers, which then would boost residential construction. Full story...
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WPD officer charged with assault, sexual battery

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A Wilmington officer has been placed on administrative leave without pay after being charged with assault on a female and sexual battery. Full story...
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2 Marines accused in fatal shooting of horse

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Authorities have filed multiple charges against two Camp Lejeune Marines in connection with the shooting death of a thoroughbred horse in November. Full story...
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Kiplinger's ranks 4 NC schools among best values

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Four colleges in North Carolina are ranked among the country's best values in private higher education. Full story...
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Police find man who escaped Whiteville Police custody

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Police said they found Caron Antwan Robinson around midnight on West Water Street in an abandoned house. Full story...
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Economists say black Americans suffer more during recession

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videoThe recession is tightening everyone's wallet, but there's a group of people economists say is being hit the hardest. Full story...
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More temporary worker layoffs at NC DOT

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Temporary worker layoffs have soared at the North Carolina Department of Transportation as sagging road-building revenues keep delaying projects. Full story...
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Early c-sections may result in health risks for the baby

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New research finds that babies born even a week early are at increased risk for health problems, and longer stays in the hospital. Full story...
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Lump to Laughter holding a clothes swap tonight

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The online breast cancer support group, Lump to Laughter, is holding its second annual Girl's Night Out clothes swap Thursday night at Poplar Grove Plantation.

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Cut the fat by replacing a few ingredients

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Cutting the fat and calories from your diet is not always easy, but dietitians say replacing a couple of ingredients can make all the difference. Full story...
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Unemployment numbers troubling, especially outside New Hanover County

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videoThe November unemployment numbers are out, and they're up for all 100 North Carolina counties. The state unemployment rate for November is 7.8%, up a full point from October. However, all of our surrounding counties are even higher than that, except for New Hanover County. Full story...
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