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Flags at half staff as former NC governor dies

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A former North Carolina governor died this morning. Robert Walter Scott served as North Carolina’s governor from 1969 through 1973. Full story...
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Kids at Codington pledge to be more kind

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Kindness Week kicked off Friday at Codington Elementary School. Kids pledge to be kinder at home, at school and in the community. Full story...
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Heart attack kills soldier at Fort Bragg after run

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A Fort Bragg soldier who collapsed after completing a morning run has died. Full story...
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Former NC insurance commissioner suffers stroke

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Hospital officials say former state Insurance Commissioner Jim Long is in intensive care at a Raleigh hospital after suffering a serious stroke. Full story...
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NC unemployment in December rises to 8.7 percent

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The number of North Carolina workers who want a job but can't find one remains at an all-time high, with nearly 400,000 of the state's residents out of work. Full story...
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The first African American woman astronaut speaks at UNCW

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videoA woman who made her mark on history is visiting Wilmington. Mae Jemison is the first African American woman to travel to space. Thursday night she was the keynote speaker at UNCW, as part of this week's Martin Luther King Jr. celebration. Full story...
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Pilot dies in helicopter crash

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Authorities said they still do not know what caused the chopper to go down in a hay field, but do know it clipped a power line behind a school before it crashed. Full story...
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Perdue's birthday celebration drawing criticism

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A majority of North Carolinians think our new governor is doing a good job so far. But a high-dollar reception celebrating her birthday Thursday night is drawing some criticism.

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How to protect and preserve those historic newspapers

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videoToday's newspaper headlines could be worth keeping, especially if history is being made, like President Obama's inauguration. But how do you protect these keepsakes? Full story...
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NC transportation official says stimulus package will only help the state break even

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North Carolina's top transportation official said the proposed federal stimulus package could provide $900 million for the state's transportation projects. Full story...
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American Heart Association updates its guidelines on treatment for strokes

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For the first time in 15 years, the American Heart Association has updated its treatment guidelines for strokes caused by bleeding in the brain. Full story...
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Children abandoned in car outside Motel 6

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Two young children left in a freezing car last night are safe today, thanks to a motel security guard. Greg West was making his normal rounds after 10:00 Wednesday night at the Motel 6 on Market Street, when he heard a crying child. Full story...
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Whiteville students write letters to President Obama

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videoIf you could ask President Obama to do certain things while in office, what would they be? Second graders at Whiteville Primary School are writing letters to our new president explaining exactly what they want to see in the future. Full story...
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Port or no port in Southport?

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videoThe group No Port Southport said the previously approved terminal will not only destroy the environment and residential community in Southport, but also cost tax payers billions of dollars. Full story...
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Duplin schools on delay Thursday

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Duplin County school officials have announced that all of the public schools will be on a two hour delay Thursday. Full story...
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