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Stabbing victim released from hospital

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videoThe Castle Hayne man stabbed multiple times more than a month ago is home from the hospital and has quite a story to tell. The victim's 14-year-old daughter made the 911 call that may have saved her dad's life. Full story...
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Rainbow of foods benefits health

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What you eat could reduce your risk of cancer, according to a new study. Having a rainbow of foods on your plate benefits your health. Full story...
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South-eastern housing market performing better than nation-wide

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videoNation-wide, housing sales are the worst they've been in four and a half years. But the real estate market isn't suffering as much here in the southeast as it is in other parts of the country. That's according to Karen Davis, a mortgage loan officer at Sun Trust mortgage. Full story...
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1898 Race Riot memorial plans extended

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The lot at the corner of Third and Davis Streets may not be empty for much longer. Full story...
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Are your friends making you fat?

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Researchers from Harvard Medical School looked at weight gain among 12,000 people in a study tracking relatives, friends and neighbors for more than 30 years. The results published in the New England Journal of Medicine revealed that people are more likely to become obese if their friends and family put on excess weight. Full story...
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New numbers show hurting housing market

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New numbers out Wednesday show that the housing market is still hurting. Sales of pre-owned homes fell to their lowest level almost five years during June. When it comes to buying a home you've got to get a loan. Normally people are worried about borrowers with poor credit not being able to pay for a home. Full story...
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Leland Police: Man shot over $5

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Leland Police are investigating an early morning shooting that left one man wounded. Detectives say Robert Warren was shot twice around one o'clock Wednesday morning in the 9800 block of Wayne Street in an argument over $5. Full story...
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Bill would tighten rules on new landfills

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videoA bill in the State Senate would tighten rules on new landfills. State senators are scrambling to approve a final version of bill 1492 before a landfill moratorium expires August 1. The moratorium has prevented new landfills from being built in the past year. The bill has been delayed because lawmakers cannot come to an agreement on exactly what to include in it. Full story...
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Study says police, teachers can't afford to live in Brunswick County

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A University of North Carolina study says the rising cost of housing in some coastal areas means teachers, police officers and other so-called "essential workers" can't afford to live where they work. Full story...
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Presidential elector system change in N.C. nearing passage

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North Carolina is one step closer to eliminating its winner-take-all system for presidential electoral votes. Full story...
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N.C. inspectors looking for recalled Castleberry's food products

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Nearly 100 food items are the focus of a statewide inspection to make sure recalled chili, corned beef hash, and canned dog food is off store shelves. Full story...
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Man charged with animal cruelty in puppy's death

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A 17-year-old boy from Parkton has been charged with animal cruelty after allegedly beating a puppy to death. Full story...
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Despite delay request, Black ordered to report to federal prison Monday

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A federal judge has ordered former House Speaker Jim Black to begin serving his sentence Monday as scheduled. Full story...
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Group files suit against Google incentives

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A small-government advocacy group filed a lawsuit today challenging the millions (M) of dollars in state incentives used to lure Google to Caldwell County. Full story...
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North Carolina lottery sales fall short of expectations

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Ticket sales for the North Carolina lottery's first fiscal year fell well short of expectations. Full story...
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