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N.C.

More aides leaving Gov. Perdue's administration

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There's more evidence of North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue's administration winding down with the departure of two additional top aides from her office. Full story...
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Christie to rally for McCrory in Salisbury

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is returning to North Carolina to help Pat McCrory with his effort to put the Executive Mansion in Republican hands for the first time in 20 years. Full story...
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Gay marriage protesters not guilty in Asheville

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Three people arrested on trespassing charges during civil disobedience for same-sex marriage rights in Asheville have been found not guilty. Full story...
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2 men die in Lincoln County wreck

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Two men have been killed in a wreck in Lincoln County. Full story...
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Family Dollar reaches settlement in class-action lawsuit

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Family Dollar says it has reached a preliminary settlement in a class-action lawsuit from more than 1,700 New York store managers on overtime wages. Full story...
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Miami man arrested in NC with stolen 18-wheeler

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State troopers in North Carolina have arrested a Miami man they caught driving a stolen tractor-trailer carrying $250,000 in copper sheeting. Full story...
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UNC: Taxpayers won't pay for academic consultants

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Consultants called in after discoveries of academic fraud at North Carolina's flagship public university say they're giving the school a 20 percent discount on hourly fees. Full story...
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NC woman working as trainer facing sex charge

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Authorities in Charlotte say a health care employee contracted to work as an athletic trainer at a local high school is charged with having sex with a student. Full story...
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UNC-Chapel Hill official resigns amid travel probe

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A longtime University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill fundraiser has resigned amid questions about his travel expenses. Full story...
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Flags lowered for Sept. 11, NC trooper's death

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Flags are being lowered in North Carolina for two days this week to recall the 2001 terrorist attacks and the death of a state trooper killed in the line of duty last weekend. Full story...
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