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Two Die In Rocky Mount Plane Crash

Updated: 10/24/2006 - Investigators are in Rocky Mount today to try to find out why a small plane crashed, killing two people.

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Crop Duster Crashes In Craven County

Posted: 10/23/2006 - A crop-duster pilot is nursing a broken nose and cracked ribs today after his plane went down in Craven County. Authorities say William James Brinkley crashed near a grassy landing strip and a middle school Saturday night.

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High School Bus Catches Fire

Posted: 10/22/2006 - Several North Carolina high school students are safe after the charter bus they were traveling in caught on fire.

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Scrap Fire Under Control

Posted: 10/22/2006 - A fire at a scrap yard in Smithfield is finally under control Sunday.

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State Fair Wraps Up

Posted: 10/22/2006 - The farm animals, rides, food vendors and more are getting ready to pack their bags as North Carolina's State Fair comes to a rainy close Sunday in Raleigh.

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The Pirate Chopper Has a Winner

Updated: 10/21/2006 - The East Carolina Pirate Football Team tried to bounce back Saturday at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium, but the moment many pirate fans have been waiting all season for was the raffle of the Pirate Chopper.

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Big Win for Homecoming

Updated: 10/21/2006 - The Pirates knew that Southern Methodist University was strong against the run, so what do the Pirates do, and do well this Homecoming weekend, pass the ball.

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104 Police Officers in Trouble

Posted: 10/21/2006 - More than a hundred Raleigh police officers may be on the wrong side of the law, after an audit found they may have violated some of the department's rules on off-duty work.

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Elizabeth Eduards Says She's Happier Than Hillary

Posted: 10/20/2006 - Nobody knows yet what the outcome will be of the 2008 presidential election. But Elizabeth Edwards says she's already a winner in one regard: She's a happier person than Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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Destination Furniture Featured In High Point

Posted: 10/20/2006 - This year's developing trend at the High Point furniture market features designs from grand destinations and tourist hotspots. Scattered through the 12 million square feet of showroom space at this month's market were collections inspired by California's Monterey coastline, Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood and the countryside of upstate New York. They're all are set to hit stores next spring. Another offering has a local appeal. Two new furniture collections by Magnussen Home Furnishings draw inspiration from Bilmore House in Asheville. President and chief executive Jeff Cook says Magnussen Home's two new lines explore what he calls the "less formal aspects" of the Vanderbilt lifestyle. Furniture industry analyst Jerry Epperson says destination furniture as having more staying power than some of the celebrity lines.

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NC Unemployment Up Slightly

Posted: 10/20/2006 - North Carolina's jobless rate rose slightly in September because of seasonal changes in employment. Seasonally adjusted statistics released by the Employment Security Commission show the state's labor force and the number of people employed hit all-time highs during the same month.

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Corvairs To Gather In Queen City

Posted: 10/20/2006 - They call it the "most misunderstood vehicle" in U-S history. This weekend, The Corvair Society of America will hold a regional convention in Charlotte.

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UNC Studies Chinese Herb For Alzheimer's Patients

Posted: 10/20/2006 - A plant used throughout China is the focus of a national clinical trial hoping to determine if it could help treat Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia.

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