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Fort Bragg medic found dead in barracks

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A medic with the Army's 82nd Airborne Division has been found dead in the barracks at Fort Bragg. Full story...
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Bears wander onto campuses at Asheville schools

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A pair of black bears caused a stir among students and faculty when they wandered across the campuses of Asheville High School and Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College. Full story...
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Fayetteville employees getting raises, unlike many

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Many state and local government workers in North Carolina are worried about their jobs, not whether they will get raises. Full story...
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Pitt Co. woman reports rape after stove repair

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Police have charged a Beaufort County repairman with rape after a woman said she was attacked after he fixed her stove. Full story...
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Wayne County teens save victims of car crash

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Quick action by a group of teens has helped save the lives of four car wreck victims in Wayne County. Full story...
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Thousands line up for jobs in Winston-Salem

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Caterpillar Inc. says its first job fair for a new manufacturing plant in Winston-Salem was a huge success. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Diligence CO temporarily relieved of command

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Cmdr. Harry Schmidt, the commanding officer of the 210-foot cutter Diligence, currently on patrol in the Caribbean, has been temporarily assigned to Coast Guard District 7 pending the final results of an administrative investigation. While the investigation has not been finalized, the circumstances that precipitated this action are associated with a grounding last month. Full story...
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WTC pieces arrive in Wilmington today

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This afternoon two pieces of the World Trade Center will arrive in the Port City to become parts of monuments to the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks. One monument will sit at Cape Fear Community College. The other will be at the Wilmington Fire Department's new station at Empie Park. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: District Attorney says no laws broken releasing Berger unemployment info

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To date, there is no evldence to conclude that any crime has been committed. If facts are developed in the future that laws were violated, my office remains open to ensuring that these violations are addressed in a court of law. Full story...
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Wilmington's budget gets city council's preliminary approval

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video Wilmington City Council met tonight for a preliminary vote on the 2011-2012 budget and unanimously approved it. With the city facing a fourth year of budget shortfalls, council members say they are attempting to compensate as best they can. Full story...
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