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NC Supreme Court keeps lottery law in place

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The North Carolina Education Lottery can still operate after the state Supreme Court deadlocked over whether the votes creating the games were lawful. Full story...
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Most Wonderful Time

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videoThis is a most wonderful time too. Tournament time. March madness. View Steve Rondinaro's story about what it means to be a North Carolina college basketball fan during the madness of March. Full story...
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Police find gambling, drugs, sex in NC warehouse

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Police say they found a late-night operation that provided gambling, drugs and sex to high-rolling customers in an old Charlotte warehouse. Full story...
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NC police say Outer Banks auto break-ins on rise

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Police on North Carolina's Outer Banks say they saw more vehicle and residential break-ins this winter than usual and thieves were primarily after electronic devices. Full story...
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Report: GMAC finance adding jobs with NC expansion

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A Charlotte city councilman says the city will get hundreds of new jobs as GMAC Financial Services expands. Full story...
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Former NC liquor law enforcement agent sentenced

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A federal judge has sentenced the former head of a liquor law enforcement agency in North Carolina to 15 months in prison for taking money that was seized during investigations. Full story...
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NC prison bus in wreck, 2 inmates hospitalized

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Police say a North Carolina prison bus has been involved in a wreck that sent two inmates and the driver of a car to a hospital. Full story...
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NC drought council meeting to discuss rainfall

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Members of the North Carolina Drought Management Advisory Council are meeting to discuss the future dry conditions they expect in the state, despite recent rainfall in some areas. Full story...
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NC treasurer Cowell announces offices changes

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North Carolina State Treasurer Janet Cowell says she'll change how her office does business so the public can see more clearly how investment decisions are made. Full story...
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NoPort Southport meets with Boiling Spring Lakes residents

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videoAs the North Carolina Ports Authority continues to plan for an international terminal in Southport, neighbors continue to do their homework. Full story...
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New text message hoax circulating

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Wilmington Police and New Hanover County deputies have received calls saying there is a text message/email hoax going around again. Full story...
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NC unemployment rates top 10 percent, NHC slightly below that

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videoState unemployment rates are at a 25 year high, and unfortunately, most of our area has a jobless rate higher than the state average. Full story...
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Southeast NC population growing, despite unemployment numbers

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videoDespite the unemployment numbers, people are still moving to North Carolina. Though the growth rate has slowed a bit, new numbers from the US Census Bureau shows our piece of paradise is still a desirable place to live. Full story...
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Georgia-Pacific will close its doors in May

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videoGeorgia-Pacific was at one time, Columbus County's fifth largest employer, providing about 450 jobs. But beginning in October, it has been rounds of layoffs; now the end is in sight. Full story...
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Being proactive can save your kids from the dangers of sexting

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If teens get caught with these nude pictures, the charges can be devastating. They could face child pornography charges, a felony, and possibly have to register as a sex offender. Full story...
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