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Settlement On Beach Driving

Posted: 04/11/2008 - The groups involved in a lawsuit over driving on parts of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore say they have reached a settlement but need more time to formalize the deal.

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Obama Says Some Voters Are Bitter, Angry

Posted: 04/11/2008 - In the midst of an assault from his rivals, a defensive Barack Obama said that many working-class Americans are angry and bitter over economic inequalities and have lost faith in Washington.

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Vanilla Ice Released From Florida Jail

Posted: 04/11/2008 - Vanilla Ice was released from jail Friday following his arrest on a charge of simple battery for allegedly pushing his wife.

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Accidents At Disease Lab Acknowledged

Posted: 04/11/2008 - The only U.S. facility allowed to research the highly contagious foot-and-mouth disease experienced several accidents with the feared virus, the Bush administration acknowledged Friday.

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Alicia Keys Discusses Her Consipiracy Theory

Posted: 04/11/2008 - There's another side to Alicia Keys: conspiracy theorist. The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter tells Blender magazine: "`Gangsta rap' was a ploy to convince black people to kill each other. `Gangsta rap' didn't exist."

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Lawsuit Claims Heath Ledger Used Cocaine

Posted: 04/11/2008 - A lawsuit against the photo agency and two paparazzi who allegedly filmed Heath Ledger in a hotel room where drugs were being taken claims that the late actor was also using cocaine that night.

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Polygamist Sect Encourage Fear Of The Outside World

Posted: 04/11/2008 - All their lives, the girls in the polygamist sect in the West Texas desert were told that the outside world was hostile and immoral, and that venturing beyond the brilliant white limestone walls of their compound would consign them to eternal damnation.

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Severe Weather Slams Tennessee And Kentucky

Posted: 04/11/2008 - Another round of severe weather raked the storm-weary South with rain, hail and high winds Friday, damaging homes and injuring at least five people in Tennessee and Kentucky.

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Some Mexican Villagers Thought Laurean Was A Drug Trafficker

Posted: 04/11/2008 - Some in San Juan De La Vina, Mexico thought Laurean was a drug trafficker - something not unheard of in these parts. It was not until they saw Cpl. Cesar Laurean's photograph in the local newspaper that they learned he was a U.S. Marine suspected of killing a pregnant colleague.

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Water Shortage In Camden County

Posted: 04/11/2008 - A water plant is shut down and South Camden Water District customers are asked to limit their water usage to just essential needs.

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Fake Masters Badges Surfacing In Augusta

Updated: 04/12/2008 - Some people are making the trip to the Masters, but aren't getting in. Investigators say someone has been selling counterfeit badges.

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Beach Driving Negotiations Bog Down

Posted: 04/11/2008 - Dare County, the National Park Service, Defenders of Wildlife and the National Audubon Society were unable to reach an agreement during talks this week.

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Gas For 35 Cents A Gallon!

Posted: 04/11/2008 - What would you do if you pulled up to the pump to find gas just 35 cents a gallon? Hundreds of drivers in Wilmington didn't hesitate at the pumps. An "oops" gave them one of the best deals in decades!

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Grand Jury Hears Embezzlement Case

Updated: 04/11/2008 - The results of an embezzlement investigation involving a former employee of Beaufort County Hospital who worked for the Beaufort County Hospital Foundation will be turned over to a grand jury Monday.

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Bush To Make Home In Dallas, Not Ranch In Crawford

Posted: 04/11/2008 - President Bush arrived in Waco Thursday afternoon for a long weekend at his Central Texas ranch, just hours after First Lady Laura Bush made it clear that the ranch won’t be the first couple’s primary residence after Mr. Bush leaves office.

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Fetal Homicide Law At Issue In NC

Updated: 04/11/2008 - The Maria Lauterbach murder case sparked nationwide attention around the issue of a fetal homicide law in North Carolina.

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Cheney Signed Off On Harsh Interrogation Techniques

Posted: 04/10/2008 - Bush administration officials from Vice President Dick Cheney on down signed off on using harsh interrogation techniques against suspected terrorists after asking the Justice Department to endorse their legality.

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