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N.C.

Man hurt in wreck after chase with Raleigh police

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A man who led police in Raleigh and Garner on a chase has been hurt in a wreck on Interstate 40. Full story...
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Ex-DMV official sentenced to 18 months in prison

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A former head in the state Division of Motor Vehicles regional law enforcement office in Fayetteville will begin serving an 18-month sentence in federal prison for mail fraud in April. Full story...
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NC animal group works on commercial breeding law

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The director of the Humane Society of North Carolina says she's working with animal control officers and legislators on a bill to regulate commercial dog breeders. Full story...
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Police follow new lead in search for missing woman

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Mount Pleasant police are asking for the public to help them find a 30-year-old woman whose fiance committed suicide just hours after she was reported missing. Full story...
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Judge dismisses case against NC protester

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A Wake County judge has dismissed a trespassing charge against a Raleigh woman who was arrested at a local protest convened by the Occupy movement. Full story...
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Drugs not found during autopsy of woman who killed five children and self

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Autopsies show a North Carolina woman who killed five children, wounded a former lover and killed herself in November had no drugs in her system, but investigators found a bag containing cocaine. Full story...
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Report suggests closing, curbing state attractions

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The Legislature's fiscal watchdog agency says the state of North Carolina should close an Elizabeth City museum, a Kinston historic site and reduce operating hours at seven other locations to reduce operating expenses at attractions with high costs and low visitor traffic. Full story...
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NC DSS worker pleads guilty to fraud

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A former Alamance County Department of Social Services employee has pleaded guilty to taking more than $4,000 in food stamps and government assistance fraudulently. Full story...
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NC school coach suspended for recorded tirade

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Officials have suspended a softball coach at a Forsyth County school for five days without pay because of a recorded tirade against a student. Full story...
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Hearing involving NC Racial Justice Act continues

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The first evidentiary hearing involving North Carolina's Racial Justice Act appears to be nearing the end in a Cumberland County courtroom. Full story...
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Winston-Salem police change checkpoint policy

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Winston-Salem's police chief says the department has responded to complaints from the American Civil Liberties Union and revised its policy on driver's license checkpoints. Full story...
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Raleigh woman who lost job wins NC Education Lottery

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A Raleigh woman who lost her job as a receptionist after 22 years is collecting a very big check thanks to a new game from the North Carolina Education Lottery. Full story...
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NC Ports Authority dinner for 15 cost about $1,500

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A spokesman says the NC State Ports Authority will develop new policies for meals and expenses after a steak house dinner for 15 cost more than $1,500 for food. Full story...
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NC DOT holds hearings on proposed I-95 changes

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The state Department of Transportation is holding public hearings this month to discuss planned construction on Interstate 95 that would start in 2016 and toll collection that would start three years later. Full story...
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Durham DA may lose job over feud with judge

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Durham County's district attorney is in a fight for her job at a hearing deciding whether she should be removed from office after accusing a senior judge of corruption. Full story...
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