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NC judge weighs bond in terrorism beheading plot

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A federal judge in North Carolina is hearing why an immigrant from war-torn Kosovo should be released on bond until his trial on charges he tried hiring a hit man to behead witnesses from a federal terrorism trial. Full story...
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Gov. Perdue pays tribute to NC military children

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A month of activities and official recognition has been proclaimed to pay tribute to the more than 100,000 North Carolina children whose parents serve in the U.S. military. Full story...
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Principal replaced after scalpel attack at school

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A Nash County high school has a new principal after officials replaced the previous one following a scalpel attack at the school. Full story...
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Mega Millions ticket sales boost earnings for state education

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Mega Millions players trying their luck at the biggest jackpot ever led to the N.C. Education Lottery, on its sixth anniversary, recording its highest day of sales ever. Full story...
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Triangle-area to get new area code, 10-digit calls

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Residents in the Research Triangle area will have to limber up their fingers to make phone calls from now on. Full story...
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NC Sen. Burr won't run for Republican whip

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U.S. Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina says he won't run for a leadership post in the Senate after the 2012 elections because such a job isn't conducive to pushing policy initiatives in which he's interested. Full story...
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Peanuts up, tobacco down for NC farmers this year

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With farmers in eastern North Carolina still recovering from Hurricane Irene, cotton and tobacco crops are expected to drop this year, while some of the state's other major crops will increase. Full story...
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