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Hewett subpoenas reference inmate work

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We're finally hearing new information about the subpoenas issued for some of Brunswick County sheriff Ron Hewett's family members and deputies. Full story...
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UNCW says no to downtown party shuttle

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UNCW students said yes, but school leaders said no when it came to supporting a bus service that would bring students back to campus after a night partying downtown. Full story...
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More recession fears after retail sales report

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Fresh signs are emerging that the U.S. economic slowdown may be intensifying. Retail sales fell in December for their worst showing in six months. Full story...
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FDA says cloned animals safe

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Don't fear the clones. The FDA says meat and milk from cloned animals are just as safe as products from livestock bred the old-fashioned way. Full story...
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Wilmington substance abuse clinic expands

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A Wilmington substance abuse clinic is expanding to help treat more adults who suffer from drug and alcohol addiction. Full story...
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WPD adds civilian traffic investigators

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The Wilmington Police Department added two new members to its team. They may ride around in cars with flashing lights and sirens, but they don't have the same authority as other officers. Full story...
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Nifong files for bankruptcy as filings are due in Duke civil suit

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The disgraced former prosecutor who led the debunked Duke lacrosse rape case has filed for bankruptcy. Full story...
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McCrory enters governor's race, pledges to solve road-building woes

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Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory is running for governor. Full story...
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Suspect in Marine case likely hiding

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Authorities say a 20-year-old pregnant Marine who disappeared last month near died from a head injury. Full story...
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City discusses Monkey Junction annexation

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videoWilmington City Council members met Monday night to discuss annexing parts of Monkey Junction. The expansion would mean more money for the city, forcing businesses and hundreds of residents to pay city taxes. Full story...
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Durham woman finds murdered Marine's ID card

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videoThe Onslow County sheriff says it's -- to use his words – "an earth-wide manhunt" for Corporal Cesar Laurean. He is the Camp Lejeune Marine accused of killing pregnant comrade Maria Lauterbach. Full story...
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Slain Marine mourned as search deepens

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Hundreds of people attended a prayer service in Ohio last night for Lance Corporal Maria Lauterbach, the pregnant Marine killed near Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, last month. Full story...
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Easley lists ways cities can conserve water

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Gov. Mike Easley recommends that the cities hit hardest by the drought take several measures to help themselves, including charging rates that increase with water use. Full story...
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Navy says Blue Angel pilot made error before crash

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Investigators say a Blue Angels pilot became disoriented and crashed near Beaufort, S.C. last year after failing to properly tense his abdominal muscles to counter the gravitational forces of a high-speed turn. Full story...
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No fetal homicide law in NC

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videoThe recent murdered Marine case has raised questions about North Carolina laws regarding the death of a fetus. Full story...
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