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Outer Banks center seeks Civil War memorabilia

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The Outer Banks History Center is seeking letters, diaries, photographs and artifacts of from the Civil War for an exhibit that's part of the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the war. Full story...
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'Miracle on Hudson' passengers reunite in NC

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The communications headsets that belonged to the captain of the Charlotte-bound "Miracle on the Hudson" and the air traffic controller who tried to help will be part of the Carolinas Aviation Museum. Full story...
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NC historical marker to honor freed black man

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A historical marker will be dedicated for a freed black man who became a successful farmer, carpenter, mechanic and legislator in the Civil War era. Full story...
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MLK event benefits NC museum for 1st black Marines

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Proceeds from a luncheon in Jacksonville celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. will benefit a museum that honors the first black Marines. Full story...
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Man who smuggled gun into NC jail not injured

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Authorities wanted medical officials to evaluate Canton for possible injuries to his rectum, where deputies think he concealed the unloaded .38-caliber, six-barrel revolver. Full story...
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Thousands look on as eagles hatch at NC lake

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Thousands of people watched two eagles hatch in a nest near the top of a tree at Jordan Lake. Full story...
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Perdue seeking loans for NC tornado victims

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Gov. Bev Perdue is asking the U.S. Small Business Administration to provide low-interest loans to residents of Burke and Rutherford counties who suffered losses from this week's tornadoes. Full story...
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NC parks tie record for number of visits

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State officials say visitation to North Carolina's state parks and recreation areas tied a record level last year, with more than 14 million visits. Full story...
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Judge: John Edwards has life-threatening condition

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A federal judge says she has two letters from a cardiologist saying ex-presidential candidate John Edwards has a life-threatening condition that will require surgery in February. Full story...
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Perdue: MLK wouldn't like voter ID, education cuts

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Gov. Bev Perdue says the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. would be troubled by efforts in North Carolina to require photo identification to vote and by education spending reductions. Full story...
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3 killed at NC lumber company; gunman hurt

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Police say a gunman who opened fire at a lumber company targeted four of his co-workers, killing three of them and critically injuring the other person. Full story...
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9 NC charter school bids approved for next step

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Nine proposed charter schools have gotten the approval of a North Carolina state panel reviewing whether they would be ready to operate this fall. Full story...
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Perdue paying more for plane use for politics

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Gov. Bev Perdue's campaign has been paying more recently for flights on North Carolina state aircraft when she's attended political events as she seeks re-election this year. Full story...
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UNC leader wants tuition hike less than 10 percent

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University of North Carolina system President Tom Ross is recommending tuition and fee increases of less than 10 percent. Full story...
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MLK weekend for NC workers begins with observance

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North Carolina state workers will begin the Rev. Martin Luther King holiday weekend with the annual observance of the civil rights leader's accomplishments and how public employees are living out a legacy of improving race and human relations. Full story...
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