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Gert To Stay Well Offshore

Updated: 08/16/2011 - Gert has been downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone passing moving east of Newfoundland.

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NC Museum To Exhibit Photos Of Sit-Ins, Elvis

Posted: 08/13/2011 - The Museum of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City is showing the works of a photographer who shot pictures of the sit-ins in Greensboro, Elvis Presley and rural life in North Carolina.

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Great Dismal Swamp Fire Now Nearly 6,200 Acres

Updated: 08/14/2011 - A wildfire in the Great Dismal Swamp National Refuge has now burned 6,200 acres. Rain fell on the fire but the peat is still actively burning. Thunderstorms this afternoon could cause issues.

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Sewage Spill Prompts Warning At Carolina Beach

Posted: 08/13/2011 - A sewage spill in Carolina Beach has prompted state officials to issue a warning against swimming in the vicinity of the mouth of the Carolina Beach Yacht Basin.

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Corn Farmers Expect Huge Drop In Harvest

Updated: 08/10/2011 - It's nearly harvest time for many corn producers in Eastern Carolina, and those we spoke to say it's not going to be pretty.

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Gov. Perdue: DHHS Must Offer Pre-K To All Eligible 4-Year-Olds

Updated: 08/15/2011 - Perdue on Wednesday ordered the Department of Health and Human Services to offer pre-kindergarten education to all eligible 4-year-olds without saying how the state would pay for a potential flood of thousands of children.

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NCSU Mistakenly Posts Data About Children Online

Posted: 08/10/2011 - North Carolina State University is warning parents that private information about 1,800 school children from Richmond and Wilson counties was mistakenly posted online.

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Forsyth To Appeal Prayer Case To US Supreme Court

Posted: 08/10/2011 - A North Carolina county wants to make its case to the U.S. Supreme Court that public meetings should be allowed to start with prayers singling out Jesus Christ for praise.

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Dates Set For Closing 4 NC Prisons

Posted: 08/08/2011 - The state Department of Correction plans to close four minimum-security North Carolina prisons this year as part of a General Assembly plan to save nearly $11 million annually.

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Heat Threatens Eastern Carolina

Updated: 08/08/2011 - One of the hottest jobs out there today was working on an asphalt crew on Highway 24 outside of Beulaville.

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Critics Complain Of Long Delays In SBI Reform

Posted: 08/08/2011 - North Carolina's crime lab is still without a permanent leader a year after an audit found that hundreds of cases over 16 years were improperly handled by the lab's blood unit.

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