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Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring

Posted: 03/19/2010 - Saturday marks the official start to spring--but people around eastern Carolina got a head start and enjoyed some of the nice weather one day early.

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Coast Guard Crew Member Rescued

Posted: 03/19/2010 - The Coast Guard is used to making rescues, but it's not every day they have to help one of their own.

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New Haiti Relief Drop Off Site

Posted: 03/18/2010 - A new drop off site to help victims of the Haiti earthquake has been set up in Kinston.

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Ruffin Poole Scheduled For Arraignment

Posted: 03/18/2010 - The ex-aide to former Gov. Mike Easley is returning to a North Carolina federal court and may find out whether the start of his trial will be pushed back.

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UPDATE: Ex-FBI Agents Set To Begin Review Of NC Crime Lab

Posted: 03/18/2010 - Two former assistant directors of the FBI are beginning a review of North Carolina's crime lab following revelations that led to a groundbreaking exoneration of a man wrongly accused in a 1991 murder.

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Counties "At Risk" For Losing Money

Updated: 03/18/2010 - Several counties in Eastern Carolina are considered "at risk" for losing millions of dollars in funding, simply if people don't fill out their 2010 Census forms.

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NC SIDS Deaths Increase

Posted: 03/17/2010 - Health officials are looking into a sudden spike in the number of babies in our state dying from sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS.

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Cops Want DNA Test From Freed NC Man

Posted: 03/16/2010 - A North Carolina man exonerated of a prostitute's murder in a groundbreaking innocence hearing says he wonders if his fight will ever end since police now want to test his clothing for the victim's DNA.

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Biden To Visit NC Thursday

Posted: 03/16/2010 - Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to visit a North Carolina manufacturer of energy-efficient LED lighting products.

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Insurance Coverage Debate For Elective Abortions

Posted: 03/16/2010 - The hot button issue of abortion was on the agenda for two county Boards of Commissioners Monday. One county voted to restore insurance coverage for elective abortions while the other county voted to drop it.

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Lejeune Water Contamination Linked To Illness

Posted: 03/16/2010 - For years, we've been covering the story of tainted wellwater at Camp Lejeune. Now, the government has agreed that one man's illness is directly linked to his military service.

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