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Jailed NC author seeks new trial in murder case

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A Durham author convicted of killing his wife wants a new trial, based on revelations about flaws in the State Bureau of Investigation's crime lab. Full story...
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NC's slap at federal health care law keeps going

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A North Carolina challenge to the federal health care overhaul that has been winding through the General Assembly is back on the agenda. Full story...
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Governor unveils interactive budget challenge

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It's not Monopoly, but Gov. Bev Perdue has a serious game to try your skill at balancing North Carolina's budget before she rolls out her own plan. Full story...
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North Carolina couple claims $1M lottery ticket

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A North Carolina couple has stepped forward just in time to claim their $1 million in the Mega Millions game. Full story...
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New ABC Family movie begins production in Wilmington

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Business seems to be picking up in Hollywood East. The Wilmington Regional Film Commission today announced a second ABC Family production will begin filming in the Port City next month. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Government e-mails discuss gambling boat in New Hanover County

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video WWAY has found e-mails on the New Hanover County government server to a county commissioner and several state legislators that talk about a gambling boat docking along our coast. Full story...
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Gravely's mast breaks off

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The upper part of the mast on the destroyer Gravely broke off Sunday while the warship was underway off the northern Florida coast, the US Navy has confirmed. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: You voted for a bond to build a pool; City Council decides to use the money for cross-city trail

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video Back in 2006, Wilmington voters went to the polls and approved a $35.5 million recreation bond, $700,000 of which was designed to go towards building a natatorium. But, because of the broad language in the bond order, Wilmington City Council, led by Mayor Bill Saffo, voted Tuesday night to spend the $700,000 now on finishing the cross-city trail, even though voters approved it for a pool. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Wilmington City Attorney "too tired" to answer tough questions after council meeting

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When we took the mayor the bond language and asked him to show it to us, he told us the only person that could answer that question was City Attorney Carolyn Johnson. So, we went to Johnson to ask her, but she rudely responded that she was "too tired" to answer our question. Full story...
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NC Democratic chair wants speaker to check member

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The state Democratic Party wants North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis to investigate a fellow Republican for potential ethics violations for presiding at a caucus meeting where legalizing video poker was discussed. Full story...
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