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The Positive Side Of High Gas Prices

Updated: 05/17/2008 - State tourism officials say the high price of gas and a slowing economy is leading to plenty of deals this summer.

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Video Poker Investigation Could Continue

Updated: 05/17/2008 - The illegal video poker investigation that caught disgraced Buncombe County Sheriff Bobby Medford and a top deputy doesn't appear to be at an end.

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Lawmakers Debate On Prison Spending

Posted: 05/17/2008 - State lawmakers are debating the best way to handle North Carolina's growing prison population as they develop the budget.

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Gas Prices Climb

Posted: 05/17/2008 - It's going to cost you even more for a fill-up today. Watch as WITN News tracks gas prices each day on the air and online.

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Carnival Ride Collapses In California

Posted: 05/17/2008 - A spinning carnival ride collapsed at a fair near Sacramento, California, last night, injuring all 24 people on board.

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Syringe Reuse Linked To Hepatitis C Outbreak

Updated: 05/17/2008 - Federal health officials say a hepatitis C outbreak affecting more than 80 people and exposing tens of thousands more was caused by workers reusing syringes

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Ailing Fugitive Heading Back To Maryland

Posted: 05/16/2008 - An 81-year-old North Carolina man in poor health who escaped from a Maryland prison 43 years ago appears headed back to jail.

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Morehead City In Water Boat Show

Posted: 05/16/2008 - A pitch to attract business to Morehead City and Carteret County is focused on enjoying the water.

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ECU Students Robbed Heading Home

Updated: 05/16/2008 - Two East Carolina University students are unharmed after they were held up then forced to get money from two ATM's.

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Florida, Michigan Can't Save Senator Clinton

Updated: 05/16/2008 - Interviews with those considering how to handle the two states' banished convention delegates found little interest in the former first lady's best-case scenario.

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USDA Awards NCDPI $1 Million Grant

Posted: 05/16/2008 - Students at 25 elementary schools across the state will have access to fresh fruits and vegetables throughout their school day thanks to a $1 million grant from the United States Department of Agriculture.

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