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Cherry Point Making Do After Headquarters Burns

Updated: 09/10/2007 - Fire broke out around 11 pm Saturday in a building that serves as headquarters not only for the Air Station, but the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing as well.

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Mount Olive Man Killed Outside His Home

Posted: 09/10/2007 - Police in the Wayne County town say Tamorris Raynor was shot in front of his home on East Kornegay Street around 3 pm this afternoon.

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Police: Sexual Predator Nabbed

Posted: 09/10/2007 - Deputies say John Browder arranged a meeting with a 14 year old girl after talking to the SBI decoy for more than a month on the phone.

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High Court Hears Peterson Appeal

Posted: 09/10/2007 - The state Supreme Court heard arguments today in the appeal of Michael Peterson, a novelist and former mayoral candidate in Durham convicted of killing his wife in 2001.

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Robbery At Fast Food Restaurant

Updated: 09/10/2007 - The Subway Restaurant in Greenville is the second fast food place to get held up at gunpoint over the weekend.

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National Guard, Swift Water Rescue Units On Standby

Posted: 09/09/2007 - National Guard and swift water rescue units are on standby and Department of Transportation recovery crews in place in coastal areas with the arrival of Tropical Storm Gabrielle.

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Park Service Closing Campgrounds

Updated: 09/13/2007 - The National Park Service will close all campgrounds as Gabrielle approaches the Outer Banks.

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Currituck County Storm Advisory

Updated: 09/09/2007 - Coastal storm surge flooding of 2 to 3 feet is possible and rain accumulation of 1 to 3 inches across coastal sections of North Carolina is expected.

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Dare County Update

Updated: 09/09/2007 - Tropical Storm Gabrielle is currently centered over the mainland of Dare County and will continue to move across Dare County’s Outer Banks in a northeasterly direction as the evening progresses.

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Governor Urges Coastal Residents To Stay Inside Sunday

Updated: 09/13/2007 - With 45 mile per hour winds, Gabrielle is a minimal tropical storm but it is expected to bring two to four inches of rain to coastal areas on Sunday, which could cause minor flooding.

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Say Goodbye To Gabrielle

Updated: 09/13/2007 - All warning and watches for Gabrielle have been cancelled.

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