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Walking For A Cure

Updated: 03/15/2008 - The Fourth Annual Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation or JDRF walk brought a record number of participants to Greenville this morning.

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Pilot Killed in Arizona F-16 Crash

Posted: 03/15/2008 - The pilot of an F-16C fighter jet that crashed in a rugged area of western Arizona 80 miles northwest of Phoenix was killed when his plane went down, Air Force officials confirmed Saturday

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Autopsy Report Released On Maria Lauterbach

Posted: 03/15/2008 - There are new details released about Marine Maria Lauterbach and the state of her remains found in a firepit in Jacksonville two months ago.

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Crane Collapses in NYC: At Least Four Killed

Posted: 03/15/2008 - A crane mounted to the side of a skyscraper under construction toppled Saturday, smashing into a block of apartment buildings, killing at least four people. The search for survivors has begun.

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Mixed Drinks on May 6th Ballot

Posted: 03/15/2008 - Two Surry County towns will vote on whether or not to allow the sales of mixed drinks.

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Spitzer Call Girl Getting Musical Exposure

Posted: 03/15/2008 - Potential legal trouble or not, Ashley Dupre, the aspiring musician who's been identified as Eliot Spitzer's call girl is getting a lot of exposure for her music.

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Airline Fares Skyrocket Along With Gas Prices

Updated: 03/15/2008 - As oil prices skyrocket, the cost of flying is also soaring. Two of the nation's largest airlines just raised round-trip ticket prices by as much as 50 dollars.

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Price of Flour Rising

Updated: 03/15/2008 - Rising fuel prices aren't just being felt at the pump... it's also impacting bakeries.

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NOAA: This Winter Was Coldest Since 2001

Updated: 03/15/2008 - NOAA says the average temperature for winter in the United States was 33.2 degrees Farenheit. While that temperature was slightly above average, it made the season the coldest on record since 2001 and the 54th coldest since 1895 - the year national records started.

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Possible Tornado Slams Georgia Dome During SEC Tourney

Updated: 03/15/2008 - A severe storm ripped away two panels in the side of the Georgia Dome during the Southeastern Conference tournament, sending debris tumbling from the ceiling, halting the Alabama-Mississippi State game and prompting fans to flee for the exits.

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