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McCrory, Dalton talk to voters in Wilmington ahead of TV debate tonight

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video More than 500 local voters filled the Wilmington Convention Center this morning. It was their chance to hear from both major party gubernatorial candidates in person. It was the first of two times Democrat Walter Dalton and Republican Pat McCrory will share the stage today. Full story...
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Robeson Co. woman killed in dog attack

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A woman has died in Robeson County after she was attacked by her dogs. Sheriff Ken Sealey says the Pembroke woman was attacked Tuesday as she was trying to stop a fight between the dogs. Full story...
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Defense expert says SC man on trial has IQ of 64

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A defense expert says a 40-year-old South Carolina man standing trial in the killing of his former girlfriend in Asheville has the mental capacity of a 9-year-old. Full story...
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Court orders reinstatement of fired NC trooper

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A state court has ordered the reinstatement of a highway patrolman more than seven years after his dismissal for threatening to kill himself with his service pistol. Full story...
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Biden blasts Romney tax plans during stop in NC

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Vice President Joe Biden is criticizing Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney for proposing policies that Biden says would cut taxes for millionaires and raise them for middle-class families. Full story...
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In North Carolina, Latino voters could be crucial to winning the state

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In this year's presidential campaign, $11 million has been spent so far on ads targeting Hispanics, according to ad-tracking firm Kantar Media/CMAG. Full story...
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NC museum exhibit features Scotty McCreery items

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Fans of country music singer Scotty McCreery have already snapped up all the tickets to his two performances later this month at the N.C. State Fair. Now they also have the chance to look at some of his memorabilia. Full story...
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New NC bail bondsman training law blocked by judge

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A Wake County judge has blocked enforcement of a new law that gave the training and continuing education of North Carolina bail bond agents to a single trade group, calling the new restrictions an unconstitutional monopoly. Full story...
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Opening statements in Racial Justice Act cases

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Defense attorneys say race was a significant factor in the death sentences given to two black men and one American Indian woman convicted of murder. Full story...
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3 judges to hear NC man's innocence claims

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A three-judge panel is hearing the innocence claims of a North Carolina man who's out on parole after serving almost 24 years of a life sentence for a rape conviction. Full story...
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