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Shallotte man charged with sexually abusing Cumberland boy

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Investigators with the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office said that Warner dared the child to take off his clothes and run outside naked, then inappropriately touched the boy. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Jury says Strickland not guilty of arson

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video A Columbus County jury says a teen with ties to former Sen. R.C. Soles is not guilty. It did not take long for jurors to acquit Allen "Frog" Strickland on charges of arson and trying to rip off his insurance company. Full story...
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Tentative October trial date set for John Edwards

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A judge has tentatively scheduled an October trial for former presidential candidate John Edwards. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Woman charged with killing Shallotte realtor pleads guilty

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video Lora Moultrie pleaded guilty today to second degree murder and one county of conspiracy to commit first degree murder in the death of Adam Bradshaw. Full story...
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McIntyre has raised 3x more money than Pantano

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Both Rep. Mike McIntyre and Republican challenger Ilario Pantano have released campaign fundraising information this week. Full story...
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Poll: Debit card fees might change behavior

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Americans prefer using debit over credit at the register. But a small fee could change that. Full story...
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Judge sets arraignment date for Elisa Baker

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A North Carolina judge says a woman charged in the death of her 10-year-old disabled stepdaughter will be arraigned in September, but first he will hear a motion about moving the trial because of publicity. Full story...
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Lumbee farmers file claims in discrimination case

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Farmers who belong to the Lumbee Indian Tribe have begun filing claims now that a nationwide discrimination case involving the federal government has been settled. Full story...
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Charlotte aviation director blasts TSA security

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The Charlotte airport's aviation director has blasted the Transportation Security Administration for its role in investigating a teen stowaway, saying local airports can do a better job of security. Full story...
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Charlotte aviation director blasts TSA security

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The Charlotte airport's aviation director has blasted the Transportation Security Administration for its role in investigating a teen stowaway, saying local airports can do a better job of security. Full story...
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