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Stocks Continue To Gain Ground Today

Posted: 11/14/2007 - Stocks are extending yesterday's advances. Investors are growing more confident that the worst of the credit crisis is over. In addition, the government has released some tame inflation data.

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Bush Critic Seeking 9th District House Seat

Posted: 11/14/2007 - A banjo-playing real estate broker who was critical in person to President Bush says he wants to be the Democrat to challenge Republican incumbent Rep. Sue Myrick in North Carolina's 9th District.

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ECU Student Wins Award

Posted: 11/14/2007 - Erica Miller is one of 26 students in the state to receive the Community Impact Student Award.

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Fishing For Input

Updated: 11/14/2007 - The N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission begins a three-day meeting in Ocracoke Wednesday.

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College Application Week

Updated: 07/31/2008 - Many colleges and universities in our state are waiving application fees this week.

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Teens Charged With Murder

Posted: 11/14/2007 - Two teens arrested at ECU over the weekend for having a stolen car are now facing murder charges.

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Report Says Blackwater Killings Unjustified

Updated: 11/14/2007 - The New York Times is reporting that FBI agents have found no evidence that Blackwater security guards were fired on when they killed 17 Iraqi civilians in September.

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Girls Behind Bars

Updated: 11/13/2007 - From a doll house to the big house, recent studies say young females are among the fastest growing prison population in the nation.

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Road Rover Hits Streets In Greenville

Updated: 11/13/2007 - Road Rover Tom skinner checked out the school zone on Arlington Boulevard in front of Greenville's J.H. Rose high school where many drivers were speeding.

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Carolina Beach Water Loss

Posted: 11/13/2007 - Two coastal communities say they are working on improvements to cut down on unaccounted water.

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Wilson County Farms Frustrated By Crops

Posted: 11/13/2007 - A frustrating growing season is winding down in Wilson County, where soybean and cotton farmers say their crops took a beating this year amid the drought.

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