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NC immigration panel says feds should do more

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A General Assembly committee set up to examine what North Carolina can do to crack down on illegal immigration is recommending no new legislative action other than urging the federal government to do more. Full story...
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NC audit scrutinizes prof's summer beach trips

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An audit says a North Carolina State University professor took Outer Banks trips using public funds but could not provide documents showing the travel was work-related. Full story...
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NC school board sidesteps virtual charter schools

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North Carolina's school board is delaying rules that would make it much more difficult to open a taxpayer-funded charter school offering online-only classes. Full story...
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SEC: Inside merger info passed from NC netted $11M

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Federal regulators say an investment banker at Wells Fargo Securities in Charlotte and a longtime friend passed on insider tips on pending company mergers to friends or family members in five states, racking up more than $11 million in illicit profits. Full story...
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NC GOP's executive director leaving the job

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The operations chief for the past year at the North Carolina Republican Party is leaving the job following his involvement in another successful election cycle for the GOP. Full story...
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North Carolina group has fun harvesting mistletoe

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video On a clear morning on a farm outside of Raleigh a group sets out in a flotilla of kayaks and canoes, in search of mistletoe Forrest Altman is the leader of this merry band, it's a group with a cause. Full story...
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Former Durham DA wants taxpayer funds for appeal

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Lawyers for a former prosecutor stripped of her job for conduct that raised public doubts about fair justice want North Carolina taxpayers to pay her legal bills as she fights to reclaim her job. Full story...
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Incoming NC Council of State meets informally

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Gov.-elect Pat McCrory and the nine other North Carolina executive branch officials elected in November have sat down and talked about trying to work together for the next four years. Full story...
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Court: Common-law marriages elsewhere hold in NC

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An appeals court says couples must establish common-law marriages in other states before moving to North Carolina to be treated as spouses in divorce proceedings. Full story...
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NC council approves lease to create Dix park

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The North Carolina Council of State has approved a plan to convert the Dorothea Dix Hospital campus in Raleigh into a new city park. Full story...
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