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NC Agency Lifts Weekend Ban On Shrimp Trawling

Posted: 10/02/2010 - The state Division of Marine Fisheries will open North Carolina's coastal waters to shrimp trawling this weekend to offset impacts from this week's storm.

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More Than 100 Rescued Across NC, Evacuations Issued, Shelters Open

Updated: 10/02/2010 - Much of Eastern North Carolina has experienced levels of flooding not seen since Hurricane Floyd in 1999, which had state and local emergency teams busy Friday pulling people from cars and houses as flood waters continued to rise.

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Flooding Remains Along Area Waterways And Some Roads

Updated: 10/02/2010 - Flooding remains along area waterways, as well as around some homes and roads. Another system is forecast to bring rain to Eastern Carolina over the next 48 hours. Find out what forecasters think it means for flooding and who it might affect.

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Jet Ends Up In Croatan Sound

Updated: 10/01/2010 - The chartered Citation jet from Tampa, Florida was carrying two pilots and five passengers when it went off the end of the runway at the Dare County Regional Airport.

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Plan Could Keep NC Jobless From Repaying Benefits

Posted: 10/01/2010 - North Carolina's unemployment benefits agency says it has a plan to prevent tens of thousands of jobless people from having to return $28 million in overpayments received by mistake

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Four Dead In Washington County Crash

Updated: 10/01/2010 - The Highway Patrol said the three-year-old twins, Zacharia & Ezeikel Alvarez, survived the crash. Now they say Zacharia has died while the other is being transferred to Pitt County Memorial Hospital.

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NEW INFO: Highway 264 Now Open

Updated: 10/04/2010 - U.S. 264 is now open between Greenville and Washington. U.S. 17 at the Jones/Onslow County line is again open as well.

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State Tax Secretary Out, State Senator Is Replacement

Posted: 09/29/2010 - Gov. Beverly Perdue's office announced Wednesday that Kenneth Lay is leaving her administration and will be replaced by outgoing state Sen. David Hoyle, a Democrat from Gaston County.

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Educators Want Change To No Child Left Behind

Updated: 09/28/2010 - Educators from five counties hand delivered paper plates with messages on how to reform No Child Left Behind, to the office of U.S. Representative Walter Jones in Greenville.

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ENC Retiree Wins $500,000 In NC Lottery

Posted: 09/27/2010 - A retiree from Eastern Carolina will be able to live a little more comfortably now after winning $500,000 in the NC Education Lottery.

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REPORT: 10 States Sell Half Of Imported Crime Guns

Posted: 09/27/2010 - A report being released Monday by a mayors group finds that nearly half of the guns that crossed state lines and were used in crimes in 2009 were sold in just 10 states, including North Carolina.

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Oversight Of The State Crime Lab

Posted: 09/27/2010 - Some North Carolina lawmakers say the state crime lab should look for a new accrediting body after significant problems went undetected for years.

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NC Airport Opens Doors

Posted: 09/25/2010 - A small airport near Raleigh best known as home to a company tied to CIA flights of suspected terrorists overseas is holding an open house.

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