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Board of Elections to certify outcomes of judges' races

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The State Board of Elections is about to close its final chapter on North Carolina's 2010 elections. The board scheduled a conference call Thursday afternoon to certify the results from a pair of November judicial races, including the statewide election for the Court of Appeals. Full story...
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Defense bill includes two major NC provisions

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A defense spending bill on President Barack Obama's desk includes two provisions relating to longstanding controversies in North Carolina. Full story...
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Armed woman at WSOC-TV unlikely to be charged

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A police spokesman says it's unlikely charges will be filed against a North Carolina woman so upset about her financial situation she walked into a TV station and put what turned out to be an unloaded gun to her head. Full story...
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Hennis attorney files appeal

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A lawyer representing a man recalled to active duty in the Army so he could be tried for three deaths in North Carolina has filed an appeal in civilian federal court. Full story...
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Review of unresolved NC tax returns are complete

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North Carolina tax collectors have eliminated a backlog of years-old returns before a self-imposed deadline, but they still need legislative help to send out even more refunds. Full story...
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Wake Forest football coach Jim Grobe highest paid coach in the state

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USAToday has compiled a list of NCAA Head Football Coaches' salaries. Alabama's Nick Saban leads the pack with a yearly paycheck coming in at almost $6 million. Wake Forest's Jim Grobe is in the Top 10. Full story...
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NC man critical after being butted by bull

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A North Carolina man in his 80s is in critical condition after being butted by a bull who escaped from his pasture. The Fayetteville Observer reported an Angus bull escaped Monday and the man was trying to coax the animal back behind the gate. Full story...
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