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Fish dying as Irene debris robs NC river oxygen

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Fish are dying in eastern North Carolina rivers, among the many casualties of Hurricane Irene. Full story...
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Belville sets up hurricane debris collection site

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The Town of Belville will begin accepting vegetative hurricane debris free of charge from Belville residents at a collection site beginning on Tuesday through Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Full story...
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DMV closes Robeson County office amid fraud charge

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A North Carolina license plate agency is closed after three workers were charged with taking money for issuing vehicle titles without proper documents. Full story...
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Judgment in Mass. tobacco suit could double

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A Massachusetts judge has ruled that a Boston man who won a $152 million judgment against a tobacco company for causing the death of his mother can collect the money with interest retroactive to 2004, a decision that could double the amount. Full story...
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NC cops put on desk duty patrolled town in Irene

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A rural North Carolina town's manager is taking heat for putting two top police officers back on the street before Hurricane Irene despite criminal convictions that had placed both on desk duty. Full story...
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NC councilman hot over Irene outages charged

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A councilman in a North Carolina city hit by Hurricane Irene has been accused of threatening an electricity repair worker because the councilman was angry about which neighborhoods were being restored first. Full story...
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Proposed NC redistricting going to lawyers, court

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North Carolina legislative leaders are ready to turn in proposed new boundaries for North Carolina's congressional and General Assembly districts designed for use starting with next year's elections through 2020. Full story...
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10 Rodin sculptures loaned to NC Museum of Art

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Ten additional Rodin sculptures are being loaned to the North Carolina Museum of Art to be displayed with the 30 bronzes that the museum already owns. Full story...
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Dare County allowing residents to return to Hatteras Island in stages

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Dare County officials say residents of Hatteras Island will be able to return to their homes in stages during Labor Day weekend. Full story...
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Berger reacts to controversy

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videoNew Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger made headlines this week as reports surfaced that he may have tried to commit suicide. Berger has since denied those claims and accused police of wrongdoing. Full story...
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