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Severe Storms Kill 22 In Georgia, Missouri, Oklahoma

Posted: 05/11/2008 - Crews and search dogs hunted Sunday for survivors or bodies in piles of debris after tornados and storms rumbled across the region a day earlier and killed at least 22 people in three states.

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Woman Pays Off Ticket From 1976

Posted: 05/11/2008 - Better late than never. An unidentified woman has paid off a parking ticket she got in Calumet, Michigan, on September 1st, 1976.

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Mother's Day Celebration Reaches 100th Anniversary

Posted: 05/11/2008 - Mother's Day turns 100 today. And there are doubts about whether the woman credited with creating one of the world's most celebrated holidays would be pleased with how commercial it's become.

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Clinton To West Virginia While Obama Contemplates McCain

Updated: 05/11/2008 - Hillary Clinton spends Mother's Day on the campaign trail in West Virginia after raising money for her cash-strapped presidential effort yesterday in Manhattan. Rival Barack Obama and Republican John McCain are both taking the day off.

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Update: Bertie County Tornado Damage

Updated: 02/25/2009 - A Bertie County man is counting his blessings after being picked up and tossed around during Sunday's tornado.

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NC Zoo Closes For Water Line Repairs

Posted: 05/11/2008 - The North Carolina Zoo sincerely apologizes, but it had to close Mother's Day weekend because of a broken water line.

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Pilot Of Downed Plane Out Of Hospital

Posted: 05/11/2008 - The pilot of a single-engine plane that crashed on the front lawn of a home late last month in coastal Georgia is out of the hospital.

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Delivery Costs, Costing You More For Mother's Day

Updated: 05/11/2008 - For Mother's day, you may plan to send her a beautiful bouquet to show her how much you care, but florists say they are forced to increase prices due to inflated prices at the pump.

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Jenna Bush Marries, Away From Glare Of Television Cameras

Updated: 05/10/2008 - Jenna Bush couldn't see herself getting married at the White House surrounded by antique furniture and oil portraits of presidents. She and Henry Hager said "I do" Saturday at President Bush's ranch in Crawford where the corn is thigh-high.

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Swimmer's Surprise: Face Smashed By Diving Pelican

Posted: 05/10/2008 - An Ohio woman is recovering after a pelican apparently diving for fish slammed into her face while she was swimming in the Gulf of Mexico near St. Petersburg, Florida.

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Ingram Named New Sheriff In Brunswick County

Updated: 05/10/2008 - John William Ingram V has been named the new sheriff of Brunswick County to replace Ronald Hewett, who resigned after he was suspended and charged with embezzlement and obstructing justice.

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McCrory Slams Perdue On Immigration Views

Posted: 05/10/2008 - Republican governor's candidate Pat McCrory slammed his Democratic rival for supporting a policy that allows illegal immigrants to attend state community colleges.

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Governor Tours NC Tornado Damage Areas

Posted: 05/10/2008 - Gov. Mike Easley says it will be several days before officials know what type of government assistance to request for residents of central North Carolina who were hit by a tornado.

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Former Manager Says OJ Simpson Confessed

Posted: 05/10/2008 - A memorabilia dealer who profited from O.J. Simpson is the latest to write a tell-all book, alleging a groggy Simpson, high on marijuana, confessed to killing his ex-wife after he was acquitted.

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National Train Day Shows NC Passengers Another Way To Save On Gas

Posted: 05/10/2008 - May 10 was chosen as National Train Day to recognize the anniversary of the completion of the first transcontinental railroad at Promontory Summit, Utah in 1869, which connected the east and west coast by rail for the first time.

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