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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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UNC Charlotte's International Festival Hits 35

Posted: 09/25/2010 - Snack food maker Lance Inc. and arts funding organizations are putting on a show of global proportions at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

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Man Charged After Shooting in Rocky Mount

Posted: 09/25/2010 - A man shot in the middle of the day Friday managed to drive away from the scene to call police. He's now in the hospital and a suspect is behind bars.

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"Rock The Fort" Draws Controversy

Posted: 09/25/2010 - A concert scheduled at Fort Bragg Saturday may sound like a good way for soldiers to kick back, but a watchdog group is objecting to the message behind the music -- calling it an attempt to recruit the troops into Christianity.

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Saturday Is National Take-Back Day

Updated: 09/25/2010 - Several towns across Eastern Carolina are participating in "National Take-Back Day" Saturday, a national drive to collect and safely dispose of unused and expired prescription drugs.

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Worst US Oil Spill Affects Local Oyster Prices

Updated: 09/25/2010 - In the Gulf of Mexico oil continues to coat miles of the water's surface, as cleanup continues after the worst ever US oil spill. It's had a drastic effect on one of Eastern Carolina's most delectable seafoods.

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County Unemployment Rates Drop Again

Updated: 09/24/2010 - The North Carolina Employment Security Commission says rates dropped in 82 of the state's 100 counties in August.

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