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Telemarketer busted by AG's office

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A California company that made repeated calls to North Carolina consumers on the Do Not Call Registry even after being ordered to stop must now pay $40,000 to the state, Attorney General Roy Cooper said today. Full story...
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NC middle school coach faces sex charges

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A middle school volleyball coach in Winston-Salem has been arrested on 29 sex charges involving two 14-year-old girls. Full story...
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NC middle school coach faces sex charges

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A middle school volleyball coach in Winston-Salem has been arrested on 29 sex charges involving two 14-year-old girls. Full story...
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Habitat for Humanity welcomes new leader

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The new year means a new leader for Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity. New executive director Bob Calhoun joined the local chapter this week. Full story...
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Widow of Edwards's ex-finance leader at grand jury

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The widow of the former campaign finance chairman for John Edwards is appearing before a federal grand jury in North Carolina. Lisa Blue arrived Wednesday morning at a federal courthouse in Raleigh. Full story...
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Civitas Poll: Voters favor elimination of End-of-Grade Tests

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videoWhile the North Carolina State Board of Education works on revising its student testing methods, a majority of voters said they favor implementing one nationally recognized test, according to a new poll released today by the Civitas Institute. Full story...
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Wilmington-metro unemployment up in November

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The unemployment rate in Wilmington was at 9.9% in November, up from 9% a month before. Full story...
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UNCW named 'Best Value'

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The University of North Carolina Wilmington is again ranked one of the "Best Values" among public universities in the nation and one of the top three in North Carolina, according to Kiplinger's 2011 rankings. Full story...
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Army says intel officer shot , killed at Fort Bragg

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Military criminal investigators in North Carolina are trying to find out what happened to an Army intelligence officer from Montana found shot to death on a trail along Fort Bragg's perimeter. Army officers say 33-year-old Capt. Jeremiah Sipes of Belgrade, MT, was killed by a single gunshot on New Year's Day. Full story...
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Charlotte to exhibit Hudson River splashdown plane

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The waterlogged US Airways jet that made a near-miraculous landing on the Hudson River nearly two years ago appears headed to a home in Charlotte. The Charlotte Observer reported Wednesday that Carolinas Aviation Museum officials say they've almost completed an agreement with the insurance company that owns the damaged aircraft. Full story...
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