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Supreme Court limits Walmart sex bias case

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The Supreme Court has ruled for Walmart in its fight to block a massive sex discrimination lawsuit on behalf of women who work there. Full story...
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NC truck driver arrested after 2 die on motorcycle

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A man driving a pickup truck has been arrested after a crash that killed two Dunn residents on a motorcycle. Full story...
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Erwin hospital to reopen 16 mental health beds

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Good Hope Hospital in Erwin has secured a federal loan of more than $2 million to renovate and reopen as a 16-bed mental health unit. Full story...
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College in Belmont plans maternity residence hall

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Belmont Abbey College is breaking ground on a maternity ward and after-care residence for single women. Full story...
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Erin Brockovich headlines NCAJ speakers

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video Her personal journey became a Hollywood story, and Sunday Erin Brockovich's journey led her to Wilmington where she spoke to the North Carolina Advocates for Justice. Full story...
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US Attorney General gives words of wisdom, encouragement at West Brunswick graduation

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video Graduates of West Brunswick High School not only received diplomas as they walked across the stage Saturday at Odell Williamson Auditorium, but also a handshake from the United States Attorney General Eric Holder. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Brian Berger says he'll pay for damage to constituent's car; Includes WPD's response

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Angela Lilly says she finally talked to Brian Berger today. He told her he had called his insurance provider and should be able to find out if he's covered by Monday. She said Berger told her that if insurance doesn't cover it, he'll pay for it himself. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Deputy Sloan fired after prostitution arrest; WPD confirms passenger was male; Sloan says "no sex"

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video The Pender County Sheriff's Department fired Capt. Mark Sloan after being arrested Tuesday night for soliciting a prostitute and crimes against nature. Sloan says he could not talk about the situation in detail but did say that he had "good intentions" and it was "not sex." Full story...
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Perdue signs law to end charter school cap

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Governor Perdue has signed a bill into law that removes the cap on the number of charter schools in the state. Full story...
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