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ONLY ON 3: Pantano opts out of on-camera interview regarding puppy adoption

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After lobbing the initial volley calling a puppy rescuer in New Jersey a "liberal activists" and claiming she was harassing him and his family over two puppies they adopted, Ilario Pantano opted out of an on-camera follow-up interview today and instead issued an email statement... Full story...
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NC extends tax deadlines for victims of tornadoes

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North Carolina's tax collectors are providing a break for victims of severe weekend weather who had yet to file their 2010 returns. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Jurors seated in Strickland's arson trial

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videoWWAY was the only TV station in the courtroom today as Allen "Frog" Strickland went to trial accused of setting fire in 2009 to the house Sen. R.C. Soles bought for him. Full story...
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New Hanover Commission gets input on pollution issue

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videoSpring is in the air, and according to the Environmental Protection Agency, so is a dangerous amount of sulfur dioxide. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: District Attorney fires back at Judge Jolly

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"On April 15, 2011 Judge Jerry Jolly issued an Administrative Order which stated that I engaged in grossly inappropriate behavior that brought the criminal justice system into disrepute. No hearing was held on this matter and the Court’s findings of fact are wildly inaccurate." -Jon David Full story...
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NC price gouging law in effect for areas affected by storms

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North Carolina's consumer protection experts can investigate allegations of price gouging in at least 18 counties and cities that were affected by Saturday’s storms, Attorney General Roy Cooper said Monday. Full story...
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Obamas paid $453,770 taxes on $1.7 million income

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President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, are reporting income of $1.728 million for last year, much of it from the sale of the president's books. They paid federal taxes of $453,770. Full story...
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Grand jury returns presentment in Chadbourn town manager investigation

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A Columbus County Grand jury has asked for another step in the investigation of Chadbourn's town manager. Full story...
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Gov. Perdue meets victims in NC's hardest-hit area

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Gov. Bev Perdue is meeting with families and victims in areas of eastern North Carolina that were most devastated by deadly tornadoes. Full story...
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67 homes destroyed in NC's hardest-hit county

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Officials in the North Carolina county that was hit hardest by the weekend storm system say 67 homes weredestroyed. Full story...
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