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New NC laws, kids cyberbullying teachers outlawed

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Nearly two dozen new laws taking effect on Saturday include one that extends a North Carolina crime against cyberbullying to also protect school employees. Full story...
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Hand-to-eye recount begins in close NC Senate race

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Election officials are resuming their work on the result of a North Carolina state Senate race more than three weeks after Election Day. Full story...
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Tow truck drivers help people use Hatteras road

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After Hurricane Sandy hit more than a month ago, visitors and residents were stuck with two ways on and off Hatteras Island, and both involved hours-long ferry rides. Full story...
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Asheville community college offers beer classes

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Asheville-Buncombe Community College plans to offer a series of classes to support the area's beverage industry. Full story...
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Thousands still flock to NC "Hunger Games" forest

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Thousands of people are still coming to visit the western North Carolina forest where the movie "The Hunger Games" was filmed. Full story...
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Police arrest man in Fayetteville shooting death

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An 18-year-old Fayetteville man is in custody in connection with the shooting death of a man known for helping the homeless and feeding wild cats throughout the city. Fayetteville police said Terrane Kulaia Dukes is charged with first-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon in the death of 67-year-old Wolfgang Joppich, who died Sunday night from a single gunshot wound after he was found lying on the ground on a local street. Full story...
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NC lawmaker pleased that evidence cleared him

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State Rep. Larry Womble says he's glad that evidence helped clear him of charges stemming from a car crash in which a motorist was killed. Full story...
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NC work crew having tough time dismantling bridge Eds: APNewsNow

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Work crews are finding that the people who built the Camden Causeway had no intention of letting it fall down. Full story...
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Belmont Abbey College announces drop in tuition

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Belmont Abbey College says it's reducing the cost of its tuition beginning in fall 2013, a move school officials say is designed to increase accessibility to the school. Full story...
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Timmons-Goodson to leave NC Supreme Court

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The only black woman to ever serve on the North Carolina Supreme Court says she's leaving next month. Associate Justice Patricia Timmons-Goodson announced Wednesday her decision to retire from the state's highest court Dec. 17. Full story...
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