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Coastal Counties Look To Legislature

Updated: 05/12/2009 - North Carolina coastal homeowners saddled this spring with huge increases in their insurance premiums, deductibles and surcharges are seeking help from state lawmakers.

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Troopers Say Fees For Towing Need To Be Regulated

Updated: 05/11/2009 - The State Highway Patrol says those that clear the roads are ripping off the public. Troopers say wrecking companies are price gouging by taking advantage of desperate motorists.

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J.H. Rose/New Bern Showdown Postponed

Posted: 05/07/2009 - J.H. Rose and New Bern were set to clash for the Coastal Conference Championship but rain has forced the game back to Friday night. Rose had just beaten South Central Wednesday night to set up the showdown.

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Video Shows Sunken Scallop Boat Mostly Upright

Updated: 05/06/2009 - The Coast Guard has released underwater video of the Lady Mary. Four Pamlico County fishermen died in the accident off the New Jersey coast. Click full story to see the underwater video.

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Caught On Tape, One Family Becomes Storm Chasers For The Day

Updated: 05/05/2009 - Most people's first reaction when they see a twister would be to get out the way! But that's not the case for one family in Vanceboro, Craven County. As soon as they heard about the twister they drove straight towards it and got it all on tape. Click on the link to see the video and more on these storm chasers.

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Seven Confirmed Swine Flu Cases

Updated: 05/05/2009 - There are now seven confirmed cases of swine flu in Eastern Carolina. Meanwhile, a school shut down Monday because of swine flu will reopen Thursday.

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Hearing Resumes Into Lady Mary Sinking

Updated: 05/04/2009 - For two to three hours after a scallop boat is believed to have sunk off Cape May, the Coast Guard heard no mayday calls or any other radio reports that something was wrong.

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Student With Possible Swine Flu Was In Class Friday

Updated: 05/04/2009 - Arthur Edwards Elementary School in Havelock is now being disinfected because of a probable case of swine flu by one of its students. Officials say other students and teachers were probably exposed as the student was in class Friday.

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