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PPD reports second quarter 2010 financial results

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PPD recorded net revenue of $369.9 million for the second quarter of 2010, compared to $354.6 million for the second quarter of 2009. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Oleander closures continue after 3rd water main break in a week

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CFPUA crews have identified the water leak on Oleander Dr. at 41st St. and are in the process of making corrective repairs. The diverted traffic pattern will remain until work is complete. An old, abandoned galvanized service pipe was identified as the source of the leak. Full story...
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Lee endorses Goolsby; Grammer to stump for Pantano

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Two candidates who duked it out this spring have apparently made nice. Michael Lee announced today he is endorsing Thom Goolsby for the 9th District State Senate seat. Full story...
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North Carolina is America's 4th laziest state

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A new government study ranks the laziest states in the nation by examining where people spend the bulk of their time sitting around. North Carolina ranks fourth on the list. Full story...
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Civitas Poll: Unaffiliated voters and low name I.D. present uphill battle for Marshall

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Democratic candidate Elaine Marshall faces an uphill battle in the race for US Senate due to low name identification and unaffiliated voters abandoning her by a 44 percent-31 percent margin in favor of incumbent Republican Richard Burr according to a new poll released today by the Civitas Institute. Full story...
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Let them eat cake, but not while driving

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A case of eating and driving. That's what police are blaming for a single-car crash that damaged the Wrightsville Beach drawbridge Friday night. Full story...
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Strong thunderstorms moving through area

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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A BROKEN LINE OF STRONG THUNDERSTORMS EXTENDING FROM NEAR BRITTON NECK IN MARION COUNTY SOUTH CAROLINA EXTENDING EAST TO JUST WEST OF IREDELL IN BRUNSWICK COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: CFPUA explains water main break

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The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority held a news conference this afternoon to talk more about the water main break on Friday. CFPUA representatives told us the line that broke is 90 years old and was only supposed to be used for 50 years. Full story...
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UPDATE: CFPUA backtracking on comment it tried to "scare" customers this weekend

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videoDuring a Monday news conference, a CFPUA staff member said threats to fine customers who used water over the weekend was an effort to “scare” customers into conserving. Now the CFPUA is trying to backtrack. You be the judge. Full story...
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Coast Guard medevacs crew member near Oak Island

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The Coast Guard medevaced a 48-year-old man from aboard the tug Carribean Sea 25 miles off the coast of Oak Island Monday. Full story...
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