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Volunteers clean up NC battlefield after Irene

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Volunteers are working to make sure that last year's big storm won't spoil the events planned to mark the 150th anniversary of a North Carolina Civil War battle. Full story...
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Shelby police search for suspect in shooting death

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Police in Shelby are looking for a suspect in the weekend shooting death of another man. Full story...
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2 arrested as Occupy Raleigh marks 100th day

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Two protesters are due in court as the Occupy Raleigh movement marks the 100th day since it began in October. Full story...
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Durham-area buses will drive on the shoulder

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Drivers stuck in traffic jams on Interstate 40 in the Durham area may soon see an unfamiliar sight: buses moving past them on the right. Full story...
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NC report recommends tolls on Interstate 95

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North Carolina's first modern-day toll road opened this month, and state officials are already discussing plans for a new one. Full story...
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Onslow museum to display early Camp Lejeune photos

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A new Onslow County Museum is taking visitors back to the 1940s for a look at the earliest days of Camp Lejeune. Full story...
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Judges refuse to delay NC primary

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A three-judge panel has refused to delay North Carolina's May 8 primary while a court considers a lawsuit over Republican-drawn boundaries for legislative and congressional districts. Full story...
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Camp Lejeune Marine killed in Afghanistan

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The Defense Department says a Marine based at Camp Lejeune has been killed in Afghanistan. Full story...
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Judges to weigh request to delay NC primary

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Three judges will decide whether those who sued over Republican-drawn boundaries for legislative and congressional districts are likely enough to win their case that North Carolina's primary should be delayed for two months. Full story...
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Lane shift will be permanent on I-40 in Raleigh

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Some lanes will be closed on Interstate 40 in Raleigh on Sunday as transportation workers make a temporary lane shift permanent. Full story...
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NC Sheriff: Man hit infant to avoid female assault

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The Onslow County sheriff says a man slapped a child to avoid a second charge of assaulting a female. Full story...
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NC armored car guard charged with taking $20K

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A guard with an armored car company in western North Carolina has been charged with embezzlement. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Raleigh diocese says Wilmington-born priest's worthy of sainthood

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video A Wilmington-born priest may be declared a saint in the coming years. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Raleigh recently announced it will begin the process to canonize Father Thomas Price. But what does it take to be acknowledged as a saint? Full story...
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Pentagon: 2 North Carolina units to Afghanistan

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The Department of Defense says more than 6,000 soldiers with units at Fort Bragg in North Carolina and Fort Stewart in Georgia are heading to Afghanistan in the spring. Full story...
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Sylva funeral home owner charged with fraud

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A man who owns a funeral home in Sylva and his wife have been arrested and charged with obtaining property by false pretense. Full story...
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