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Wake County News

Gingrich visits Raleigh Monday for NC support

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With his presidential campaign ailing, Newt Gingrich is hoping for a boost from North Carolina. Full story...
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Hagan holds meeting on minority-owned businesses today

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North Carolina Sen. Kay Hagan is holding a round table discussion for minority-owned small businesses with the deputy administrator of the Small Business Association. Full story...
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Media seek to force UNC to turn over records

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Lawyers for The Associated Press and other media outlets are asking a judge to force the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to hand over public records related to athletics violations by the school's football program. Full story...
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Foes of gay marriage amendment rally at state capitol

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Opponents of a proposed constitutional ban on gay marriage in North Carolina say they're optimistic about their chances in the May 8 referendum. Full story...
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Young found guilty of killing pregnant wife

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A Wake County jury has found a Raleigh man guilty of beating his pregnant wife to death in 2006 and then establishing an elaborate alibi to cover his tracks. Full story...
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Close friend of Perdue pleads not guilty

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A close friend of Gov. Beverly Perdue has pleaded not guilty to criminal charges related to unreported flights on private planes he provided. Full story...
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First lady Michelle Obama coming to NC for visit

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First lady Michelle Obama is planning to visit Raleigh and Charlotte to meet with military families, school children and to make remarks in advance of this summer's Democratic National Convention in the Queen City. Full story...
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NC elections board at temp location due to water

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A broken water pipe in the North Carolina State Board of Elections offices has caused an evacuation and forced employees to find dry ground to accept paperwork for candidates in this year's elections. Full story...
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First black joins NC's Sons of American Revolution

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A chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution in North Carolina is inducting its first black member, a firefighter who only recently learned his ancestor was freed from slavery after fighting for American independence. Full story...
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Health officials report outbreak of norovirus in several NC counties

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North Carolina public health officials are advising people how to avoid the norovirus after several counties reported outbreaks of the illness last month. Full story...
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