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Judge sets start of John Edwards trial for Jan. 30

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A federal judge has set the trial of former presidential candidate John Edwards to begin Jan. 30, a week earlier than the date prosecutors and defense lawyers had sought. Full story...
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Brunswick Nuclear Plant reports "Unusual Event"

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The Brunswick Nuclear Plant declared an "Unusual Event" early this morning as a result of a reactor coolant system leak, according to a Progress Energy spokesman. It happened around 3:01 a.m. The event ended around 8:15 a.m. Full story...
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Wilmington cop hired as Rocky Mount chief

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Wilmington deputy police chief is leaving to become police chief in Rocky Mount. James Moore will start his new job in January. Full story...
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Brooks elected chairman of Lumbee Tribe

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A member of the North Carolina Commission on Indian Affairs has been elected chairman of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina. Full story...
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Ceremony planned for playground in honor of Zahra

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Leaders in Hickory will break ground on a playground being built in memory of the disabled girl whose stepmother pleaded guilty to killing her. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Wilmington man who was Sandusky's teammate shares perspective on scandal

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video A day after former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky spoke out about the allegations against him, the reactions continue. Among them a Wilmington man who was Sandusky's teammate at Penn State in the 1960s. Full story...
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Teacher killed in car accident remembered by school family

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video Linda Aiello spent 22 years teaching at Wrightsboro Elementary School. During her tenure she taught third, fourth and fight grade. Affectionately known as "Ms. A," she had spent the last two years teaching third graders, students who may now need a little support. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Rembrandt in Raleigh

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video When you think of great art, you probably think of museums in places like New York, Paris or even Chicago. But for the next couple of months a trip up I-40 gives you a chance to experience the works of Rembrandt, one of the art world's most recognized name for centuries. Full story...
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City approves bonuses and party for employees

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video The issue of bonuses for city employees was expected to be a hot button topic at tonight’s city council meeting, but with no public opposition, council passed the motion unanimously. Full story...
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City Council says Althea Gibson Tennis Complex will not be privatized

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Wilmington City Council Tuesday night made clear it will not privatize the Althea Gibson Tennis Complex at Empie Park. Instead it will seek a public-private partnership with the Althea Gibson Foundation. Full story...
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