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Got PMS? New campaign says milk can help with that

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The group that created the "Got Milk?" campaign is back with a new marketing strategy that already is generating plenty of buzz. Full story...
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Chain restaurants will make kids menus healthier

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Parents seeking healthier restaurant meals for their kids are about to get options - lots of them. Full story...
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NC Senate considers overrides as session resumes

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The North Carolina General Assembly is cranking up again to draw new political boundaries for the next decade, but the Senate is focusing first on Gov. Bev Perdue's recent vetoes. Full story...
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Johnston Co. trio charged in abuse by prostitution

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A man and two women from Johnston County have been accused of a scheme where the man paid for rough sex with a 15-year-old girl. Full story...
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Fort Bragg death leads Army to suspend parachutes

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the Army has suspended the use of its new square parachutes because of problems discovered after a Fort Bragg soldier died during a training jump last month. Full story...
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Carteret Co. charges pair with credit-card scam

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The Carteret County Sheriff's Office has charged two Brooklyn, N.Y., residents with possessing counterfeit credit cards. Full story...
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Father charged with abuse of Winston-Salem infant

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A Winston-Salem man has been charged with felony child abuse after doctors told police his 4-month-old son had several fractures when he was admitted to the hospital for another cause. Full story...
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Former officers guilty in Greene Co. beating

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Three former officers have pleaded guilty to felony charges in the 2008 beating of an inmate at a Greene County correctional institute and have been fined and given suspended sentences. Full story...
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Shallotte store owner upset with DOT for construction ruining business

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video A Shallotte business owner is furious with the DOT after she says construction around her store from the Smith Street Extension Program has killed her customer turnout. Full story...
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New Hanover Co. schools looking to hire contractor previously convicted of fraud

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video The New Hanover Board of Education was considering hiring a contractor who was previously convicted of fraud. In February, Lee Cowper, a Wilmington commercial contractor, pled guilty to federal mail fraud. The school board's design consultant for a renovation project at Wrightsboro Elementary School has reportedly recommended Cowper for the job. Full story...
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