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Official: Obama to embark on bus tour of NC, VA

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A White House official says President Barack Obama is planning a bus tour through the politically importantstates of North Carolina and Virginia later this month to push for his jobs plan. Full story...
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LegalZoom.com sues NC State Bar

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An online legal services company that wants to sell standard legal forms in North Carolina from its website and provide other services is suing the North Carolina State Bar, which says the company engages in the unauthorized practice of law. Full story...
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NC high school juniors will take college exam

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North Carolina's public schools chief says the state is ready to require a college entrance exam for high school juniors in March to determine whether students are learning curricula and are prepared for college. Full story...
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Jury: NC hospital negligent in child abuse case

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A Cumberland County jury has awarded a boy and his father $25 million, ruling that a hospital was negligent when its employees didn't notice the boy was a victim of child abuse. Full story...
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Shelter resident rescues kitten from pipe

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A kitten is safe and living in a new home, thanks to a resident at a homeless shelter in Davidson County. Full story...
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Historic silver items stolen from NC plantation

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Silver spoons that may have been crafted by Paul Revere are among the items taken during a break-in at a historic plantation in Davie County. Full story...
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UNC System head Ross goes back to old high school

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The president of the 17-campus University of North Carolina system is returning to his old high school. Full story...
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NC promotes walk-to-school effort across the state

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North Carolina is encouraging students across the state to walk to school to promote regular physical activity and other benefits. Full story...
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Historic silver items stolen from NC plantation

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Silver spoons that may have been crafted by Paul Revere are among the items taken during a break-in at a historic plantation in Davie County. Full story...
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Tony Blair tells Greensboro audience America needs to stop self-doubt

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The British leader who led his country to war in Iraq and peace in Northern Ireland has told a North Carolina audience that the United States is experiencing self-doubt, not decline. Full story...
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Civil War license plate approved for NC

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A license plate commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War has been designed. Full story...
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Senator: NC layoffs in classroom will decrease

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A key Republican budget-writer is predicting the number of job losses in North Carolina public school classrooms actually will be much less than the 1,800 reported to state educators as school began in August. Full story...
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Sen. Burr says he'll seek No. 2 GOP Senate post

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North Carolina Sen. Richard Burr says he will run for the No. 2 position in the Republican leadership in the US Senate after the 2012 elections. Full story...
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NC court takes issue with Wachovia settlement

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A North Carolina appeals court says a class-action settlement for former Wachovia Corp. shareholders who sued over terms of the company's 2008 acquisition by Wells Fargo must go back to a judge to work out attorneys' fees. Full story...
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Halloween decoration so realistic it's scary

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No one was harmed in the making of this Halloween decoration. Full story...
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