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Last call coming for Leland bar

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video Come New Year's Day JW's Place will close up shop for good. Regulars say this place is so much more than a bar. They say it's a bar where they made great friends and great memories. Full story...
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Columbus deputies investigate Christmas hit & run death

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video Investigators in Columbus County are one step closer to finding out who killed a Cerro Gordo man over the holiday weekend. The body of 27-year-old Michael Strickland was found Christmas morning just feet away from Cedar Grove Church Road. Full story...
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New first-class stamps are 'forever'

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Beginning in January, all new postage stamps good for one ounce of first-class mail will be marked as "forever." The US Postal Service is doing away with issuing first-class stamps with denominations. Full story...
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NCDOT: Most roads across state clear

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Today, all primary and most secondary roads in the state’s 100 counties are clear. Conditions are improving as temperature rise; however, motorists are still urged to use caution because of icy patches. Full story...
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Winnabow man saves pets, loses home to fire

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video Junior Wheeler has no place to stay tonight. His home on Dove Haven Road in Winnabow caught fire Tuesday around 1 a.m. leaving memories still smoking hours later. Full story...
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NC principal gets workers' comp after shooting

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A North Carolina middle school principal who blames his shooting on his fight against gangs will receive workers' compensation for his injuries. Full story...
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NC alleges bid-rigging at foreclosure auctions

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A Virginia businessman and his company must pay a penalty of more than $47,000 for rigging bids during North Carolina foreclosure auctions. Full story...
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Man pummeled by butting bull dies in hospital

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An elderly North Carolina man battered by an angry bull that escaped from its pasture has died, and the animal is headed to a slaughterhouse. Full story...
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Despite November plunge, Smokies visits steady

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As 2010 comes to a close, visits to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park are pacing 2009 traffic. Full story...
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Two NC universities send marching bands to Rose Bowl

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Marching bands from two North Carolina universities are hitting the road to reach Southern California and perform in the Tournament of Roses parade on New Year's Day. Full story...
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