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Drought Continues To Get Worse

Posted: 11/30/2007 - The latest map continues to show the worst drought category pushing into Eastern Carolina.

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Two Arrested For Ammonia Theft Attempt

Updated: 11/30/2007 - Deputies say they caught two people red handed trying to steal a key ingredient for meth from a farm supply store.

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One Plant Closes, Another Opens

Posted: 11/30/2007 - Economic officials say some of the workers laid off at Kinston's Unifi plant are finding work in Ayden.

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ECU Tuition To Go Up

Posted: 11/29/2007 - Tuition hikes at Eastern North Carolina colleges aren't anything new. But while some schools are facing large increases, East Carolina University has proposed it's lowest in recent years.

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Building Homes Closer To the Ocean -- Good or Bad?

Updated: 11/29/2007 - An area in Emerald Isle called the pointe is notorious for beach erosion. The entire is area lined with dozens upon dozens of sandbags, homes inching towards the sea.

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Jacksonville Street To Get Repairs

Posted: 11/29/2007 - Dewitt Street has been closed since flooding damaged the Elizabeth Lake dam which runs under the street.

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New Laws Take Effect Saturday

Posted: 11/29/2007 - Bus drivers will face a $100 fine if caught on a cell phone, plus speeders caught going more than 25 m.p.h. over the speed limit have lost a loophole.

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Blackwater Grand Jury In Day Two

Updated: 11/29/2007 - The Justice Department is investigating the Moyock-based government contractor for its security guards' involvement in the shooting deaths of 17 Iraqi civilians in Baghdad.

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Parton Theatre Gets First National Act

Updated: 11/29/2007 - Charlie Daniels will step onto the stage December 18th at the Roanoke Rapids venue, which just recently got a new management company.

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Pitt Community College Gets Big Donation

Updated: 11/29/2007 - A community college gets a big boost to build a new health-sciences building, a $1 million donation from a local hospital.

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Governor Says Colleges Misread Immigrant Policy Letter

Posted: 11/29/2007 - Gov. Mike Easley says state community college officials misread a letter that led them to require all campuses to admit illegal immigrants. But the Democrat won't say whether he supports that policy.

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