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Shallow inlet affects shrimpers, military

Updated: 07/02/2015 - North Carolina has built up businesses along the coastline, counting on the ocean to bring in money for fisherman, ship troops off to war and trade with other countries. The New River Inlet has been a gateway for much of this economic movement, but it's becoming too shallow to use. The negative effects are having a chain reaction.

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GAME OVER: Certain sweepstakes software banned in North Carolina

Updated: 07/01/2015 - As of Wednesday, sweepstakes businesses in our state were told they must shut down if they get their software from any of the six companies that made a deal with federal prosecutors back in May in order to avoid prosecution.

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Official: Fire at South Carolina black church wasn't arson

Updated: 07/01/2015 - Local and regional authorities say they haven't ruled out any potential causes in a fire that destroyed a black church in South Carolina, but a federal official tells The Associated Press that preliminary indications show the blaze was not the work of an arsonist.

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Camp Lejeune Marine enters plea in baby death

Updated: 06/30/2015 - A Camp Lejeune Marine accused of killing his girlfriend's baby during the summer of 2013, has entered an Alford plea to a lesser charge of voluntary manslaughter.

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