Behind the Scenes: Should James Holmes get the death penalty?
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+ Deadly fire in Brunswick County. Craig Reck is trying to find out the latest on the victim.
+Major mold at CFCC – Workers found mold in the McLeod building at Cape Fear Community College and it's going to cost more than a quarter million dollars to fix. We'll tell you where students and teachers have been moved.
+ Criminal kids? Two middle schoolers tried to plot to rape and kill a fellow classmate. They got busted, but find out how close they were to pulling it off.
+And do you like deals? Like daily deal offers? Nikki Bussey is going to tell us which ones are good and which ones re busts.
+James Holmes, the accused shooter in the Aurora, Colorado, movie theater shooting will have to wait a while for trial. Since prosecutors want the death penalty, the judge pushed back the trial from August to February.
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