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Governor Perdue declares state of emergency

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Gov. Beverly Perdue has declared a state of emergency for all of North Carolina, warning people to avoid the wintry weather and stay home. Full story...
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Perdue offering NC government reorganization plan

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Gov. Bev Perdue is ready to explain how she wants North Carolina state government reorganized in the second half of her four-year term. Full story...
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Former Gov. Jim Hunt returns to the Port City with advice for Gov. Perdue

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video After serving four terms as governor of North Carolina Jim Hunt returned to the Port City Tuesday night. Hunt has turned a new chapter in his life and is promoting his new biography. Full story...
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Perdue & UNCW discuss biotechnology

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video The Governor's visit to the Marine Sciences Center included a roundtable discussion about marine biotechnology and new economy business. The gathering included educational leaders, businessmen and politicians. The focus of this discussion was on marine biotechnology and the opportunities it brings when it comes to jobs and the economy. Full story...
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Governor in Wilmington tomorrow for Power Breakfast

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Attracting a sold-out audience of more than 500 people, North Carolina Governor Beverly Perdue will speak at the Greater Wilmington Business Journal’s Power Breakfast on Thursday, March 25th at the Wilmington Hilton. Her talk will be a conversation with area business and community leaders about how to create and retain jobs in North Carolina. Full story...
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Perdue pays a visit to Camp Lejeune

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Governor Bev Perdue paid a visit to Camp Lejeune Monday for a briefing on the upcoming deployment of Marines to Afghanistan. The governor talked about her personal connection to this base, and the needs of the men and women who will soon be shipping out.

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Trying to stifle Titan's progress due to possible Easley violations

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Former democratic consultant Joe Sinsheimer wrote a letter to Governor Perdue asking her to freeze Titan's permitting process for 90 days.

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State Republicans want investigation into Perdue campaign

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State Republicans are asking the Board of Elections to investigate Governor Perdue's campaign travel.

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NC governor heading to DC for Obama meeting

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North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue wants to talk about the economy, jobs and stimulus money when she meets President Obama.

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Governor Perdue vetoes first bill

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Governor Bev Perdue vetoed her first bill Thursday. House Bill 104 is "an act to clarify legislative confidentiality." It would have made some public records private.

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Gov. Perdue encourages North Carolinians to nominate volunteers for Governor’s Service Awards

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Governor Bev Perdue today encouraged North Carolinians to nominate volunteers to receive the Governor’s Volunteer Service Award by August 28.

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State budget goes back to drawing board

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House and Senate Democrats thought Tuesday was going to be an important day. They expected a vote on the state budget, but it turns out that plan quickly began to crumble. Governor Bev Perdue was apparently not happy with the deal the two Houses had made.

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Judge backs June Atkinson

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A superior court judge ruled Friday that Governor Bev Perdue cannot appoint a separate CEO for the public schools. In January, Perdue named Bill Harrison chairman of the education board and CEO of the public school system.

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State Superintendent goes to court

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Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson got her day in court. She is North Carolina's elected, but largely powerless education leader and she is trying to force Governor Perdue to put her back in charge of running the state's education policy.

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Man arrested for making death threats against Gov. Perdue and other leaders

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A Raleigh man was arrested Wednesday night for making threats against Governor Bev Perdue and several other leaders. Angelos Vangelos, age 46, is charged with at least 29 counts of making threats against an executive officer and two counts of making a bomb threat.

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