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Small Plane Crash Kills 3 In Western NC

Posted: 05/04/2007 - A single-engine plane en route to North Carolina from Georgia crashed near the Asheville Regional Airport today, killing the three men on board.

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44 Million On High Interest Tax Refund Loans

Posted: 05/04/2007 - High-interest tax refund loans cost North Carolina taxpayers about 44 million a year. That's according to a report out today from the state Banking Commission.

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State's Top Health Official Steps Down

Posted: 05/04/2007 - The state's top health official will step down from her public post and become president of a New York-based health research foundation.

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Cherry Point “Diamond Anniversary” Air Show

Updated: 05/05/2007 - The 60th annual MCAS Cherry Point “Diamond Anniversary” Air Show is underway in Havelock. Click full story for information about performances, displays, parking and more.

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Jury Convicts Affectionate Passenger

Posted: 05/03/2007 - A California man accused of being overly affectionate with his girlfriend on a Raleigh-bound flight has been convicted of interfering with flight attendants and crew members.

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Plane Crash In Craven County

Updated: 05/03/2007 - A historic military plane crashed Thursday in Havelock, Craven County. A Grumman U.S. 2B Tracker, part of the Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point air show static display crashed at approximately 2:20 Thursday afternoon, three miles south of the air field.

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Report Says Easley Should Do More To Recruit Businesses To N.C.


Updated: 05/03/2007 - A state auditor's report says Governor Mike Easley should do more to help North Carolina attract new businesses. Thirteen of 30 respondents in a survey of local economic development groups said Easley fails to play a key and active role in business recruitment. One respondent says the second-term Democrat "routinely" misses important events. Another group said he should make recruiting "seem as if it is one of his greatest priorities."

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Report Says N.C. Children Suffer From Unsafe Homes

Updated: 05/03/2007 - North Carolina children are suffering from living in unsafe housing. A report today from the North Carolina Housing Coalition says shoddy housing leaves children with broken limbs from falling through rotten floors and asthma from breathing air contaminated by roach and ant droppings.

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State Hopes To Add Five Vaccines To Program

Posted: 05/03/2007 - The state wants to add five vaccines to a free program for North Carolina children, including the meningitis and cervical cancer vaccines.

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