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NAACP files complaint over Wake schools policy

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The North Carolina NAACP has filed a federal civil rights complaint over changes to the diversity policy in the state's largest school system. Full story...
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Suspect in woman's slaying to return to NC from NY

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The man accused of killing a North Carolina police chief's daughter and dumping her body in a self-storage unit has waived extradition from New York. Full story...
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Audit: NC DOT can do better equipment use tracking

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A new state audit suggests North Carolina's transportation leaders aren't using expensive backhoes, graders and dump trucks efficiently and could sell them to free up millions of dollars. Full story...
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Agent Orange spending concerns Burr

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North Carolina Sen. Richard Burr says he has concerns about a proposal to spend billions of dollars on disability compensation for Vietnam veterans who get heart disease. Full story...
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Suspect caught in killing of NC chief's daughter

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Michael Neal Harvey was arrested Monday morning in Niagara Falls, NY, in the killing of Valerie Hamilton. Hamilton's body was found over the weekend in a self-storage unit in North Carolina. Full story...
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Blue Cross and Blue Shield to issue refunds, raise rates

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North Carolina's largest health insurer says it will refund $155 million to more than 215,000 individual policyholders as a result of the Affordable Care Act that took effect earlier this year. Full story...
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20/20's Elizabeth Vargas discusses tonight's focus on Tim Hennis case

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videoThe murder of a Fort Bragg wife and her two young daughters in their Fayetteville home made headlines back in the 1980s. It was a mystery that played out for more than 25 years, including here in Wilmington, as suspect Tim Hennis was found guilty, later acquitted, then tried again after two decades of freedom. Full story...
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