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2 bears killed on western NC roads

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Two bears have been killed after being struck by cars on roads in western North Carolina. Full story...
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Police break up Lumbee tribal protest in Pembroke

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Police broke up a protest outside the Lumbee tribal office in Pembroke but no one was arrested. The Fayetteville Observer reported more than a dozen tribal members marched and carried signs Wednesday complaining of what they said were cronyism and unfair treatment by tribal leaders. Full story...
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Woman accused of stealing prescription pads

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An employee at a medical clinic in Jacksonville has been accused of stealing prescription pads and writing fake drug orders. The Daily News of Jacksonville reported that 32-year-old Jennifer Francis Noell is accused of stealing the pads and forging them for oxycodone. Full story...
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Board of Elections to certify outcomes of judges' races

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The State Board of Elections is about to close its final chapter on North Carolina's 2010 elections. The board scheduled a conference call Thursday afternoon to certify the results from a pair of November judicial races, including the statewide election for the Court of Appeals. Full story...
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Fewer people apply for unemployment benefits

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Slightly fewer people applied for unemployment benefits last week, the second drop in three weeks. That's a sign the job market is slowly healing. Full story...
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David says cases will be dismissed because former deputy lied about certification

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video Wearing a New Hanover County Sheriff's badge means trust, loyalty and integrity, but one former deputy got caught in a lie and now some drivers are getting off easy. Full story...
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Investigators say shooting death an accident

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Investigators say the shooting death of a Brunswick County woman Monday appears to have been an accident. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Governor says manufacturing plant could come to area

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video Education, the economy and gambling were topics of discussion during Gov. Bev Perdue's roundtable with reporters in Raleigh today. WWAY was the only local TV station to make the trip to the Executive Mansion. Full story...
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Mixed reaction near Lejeune on repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell

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video The signing of the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell had a few folks in Jacksonville stirred up. The repeal is a controversial topic among all branches of the military, but the Marine Corps has been especially resistant to the change. Full story...
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Defense bill includes two major NC provisions

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A defense spending bill on President Barack Obama's desk includes two provisions relating to longstanding controversies in North Carolina. Full story...
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