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Vigil scheduled to honor slain Duke graduate student

Posted: 03/24/2008 - A slain Duke University graduate student was remembered as a man who not only excelled in his specialty of computational mechanics but also as someone who appreciated books and cooking.

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Clinton & Obama Both Heading to North Carolina

Posted: 03/24/2008 - Senator Hillary Clinton will make her first campaign stop in North Carolina on Thursday, while Barack Obama will return to the state a day earlier.

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Police Catch Dognapper; Dog Found Okay

Updated: 03/24/2008 - Goldsboro police say Matthew Johnson broke into the East Wayne Veterinary Clinic on Highway 70, stealing a dog and other items.

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Vice President Calls Iraq Losses Regrettable

Posted: 03/24/2008 - Four soldiers were killed Sunday after a roadside bomb exploded in Baghdad. It raises the dead toll to 4,000 since the Iraq war began five years ago.

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Teens And Prescription Drug Abuse

Updated: 03/24/2008 - A health study shows high school students in western North Carolina are more likely to abuse prescription drugs than students in other parts of the state.

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Vigil For Slain Duke Grad Student

Updated: 03/24/2008 - A memorial service will be held Monday night for a Duke University graduate student who was shot and killed in his apartment earlier this year.

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Arkansas Meat Factory Explodes

Posted: 03/23/2008 - Arkansas state emergency management officials say a meat packing plant has exploded in Booneville, forcing homes to be evacuated as ammonia gas leaks into the air.

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Home Bipolar Disorder Test Causes A Stir

Posted: 03/23/2008 - Dr. John Kelsoe has spent his career trying to identify the biological roots of bipolar disorder. He began selling bipolar genetic tests straight to the public over the Internet last month for $399.

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Suicide Bomber In Iraq Kills At Least 42

Posted: 03/23/2008 - A suicide car bomber penetrated tight security to strike an Iraqi military base on Sunday in the deadliest of a series of attacks that killed at least 42 people across Iraq. In Baghdad, the U.S.-protected Green Zone came under heavy fire by rockets or mortar rounds.

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