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Azalea Festival goes to Raleigh

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The Azalea Festival went to Raleigh today. Committee members and Azalea Belles met Gov. Bev Perdue at the Governors Mansion. Full story...
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Hollywood trip shows tax incentive not enough

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video The Governor and the Film Council thought increasing the state's tax incentive for film projects to 25 percent was what they needed. Turns out it wasn't enough. Full story...
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Gov. Perdue talks jobs with business leaders

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video Gov. Bev Perdue used a power breakfast with area business and community leaders to outline her plans to bring more jobs to the state. The governor pledged to recreate the Port City's community that thrives on small businesses. Full story...
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Governor looks at privatizing liquor sales

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North Carolina is the only state where local ABC boards sell spirits. Full story...
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Governor spends day in Wilmington

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video After she spoke to state mayors, Gov. Perdue took a tour of the GE Hitachi plant in Castle Hayne. The governor says she plans to focus on sources of alternative energy to help create jobs in North Carolina. Full story...
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Wilson quits Turnpike Authority; WMPO looks for new leader

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Lanny Wilson resigned today as Vice Chair of the North Carolina Turnpike Authority. Wilson also serves as chairman of the board for the Wilmington Metropolitan Planning Prganization or WMPO. Full story...
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Wilson quits Transportation Board; Easley aide indicted

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Former Easley aide Ruffin Poole faces 51 criminal counts. Full story...
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Carolina Beach woman named to Veterans Affairs Commission

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The retired veteran has won several military awards. Full story...
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Governor declares State of Emergency to deal with winter weather

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There was no snow here today as some people hoped, but cold weather continues to dominate the state. Full story...
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Perdue talks about 2009

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videoGovernor Bev Perdue said her first year in office was a tough one for her, and for North Carolina. On Tuesday, she discussed the past, present and future during a media round table at the Governor's mansion. Full story...
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Campaign recognizes military-friendly employers

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Gov. Beverly Perdue wants to promote North Carolina's military-friendly image by helping veterans and military spouses find work. Full story...
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Consumer Economic Protection Act signed

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videoGovernor Perdue signed the Consumer Economic Protection Act into law Wednesday. It will extend the time homeowners have to work with lenders before a foreclosure hearing. Full story...
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Perdue frees up $38 million for North Carolina counties

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Next week, North Carolina counties will get $38 million in overdue lottery funds earmarked for school construction. Full story...
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State budget vote today

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We could finally have a state budget by the end of the week. The House and Senate gave preliminary approval to the $19 billion spending plan yesterday with a final vote scheduled today. Full story...
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Money awarded to local towns through American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

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Governor Perdue announced her second round of drinking water and wastewater recovery projects Monday. More than $45 million has been awarded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

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