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Man Arrested On Internet Sex Charges

Posted: 10/16/2006 - A Holly Springs man is accused of soliciting sex over the Internet from what he believed to be a woman and her ten-year-old daughter. Authorities say he was really communicating with a federal agent in Charlotte.

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ThinkPad Announcement

Posted: 10/16/2006 - ThinkPad notebooks from computer-maker Lenovo already let the user log on with a thumbprint instead of a password. New technology being announced today will allow users to encrypt their entire hard drives at the press of a finger.

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College Students Volunteer More

Posted: 10/16/2006 - A new study says more and more college students are volunteering their time instead of partying. That's especially true at one North Carolina college, which is due to receive an award for volunteerism this week.

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Another Armed Robbery in Greenville

Updated: 10/15/2006 - Greenville Police had an armed robbery at Quizno's Subs on Friday, and Saturday they had another armed robbery to deal with.

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Battle on the Waters of Bath

Posted: 10/15/2006 - There was another fierce battle that wasn't on the gridiron, it was on our waterways in Bath.

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Riding for the Red

Posted: 10/14/2006 - Motorcycle riders came together in Washington Saturday to raise money for disaster relief.

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Pirates Fall to Tulsa

East Carolina University

Updated: 10/15/2006 - The East Carolina football team hoped to pick up their third win of the season Saturday afternoon at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium.

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Mumfest a Hit

Posted: 10/14/2006 - Dendranthema Morifolium Fest was a mouth full so the town of New Bern went with Mumfest instead and that little festival has blossomed into quite an event.

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Tougher Standards For End-Of-Grade Tests

Posted: 10/13/2006 - Tougher standards approved this week for end-of-grade math tests in public schools will apply to exams taken earlier this year.

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Utility Companies May Raise Rates

Posted: 10/12/2006 - Utility companies want to raise rates in North Carolina to cover the construction of new nuclear power plants.

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