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Moore County deputy slain; suspect also kills self

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Authorities say a Moore County deputy has been shot and killed as he tried to arrest an Iraqi war veteran with an outstanding arrest warrant for not paying child support. Full story...
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Judge blocks NC personal care service rules

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A federal judge has blocked North Carolina's Medicaid office from implementing rules for personal care services that a lawsuit contends has led more than 2,400 people to lose paid assistance at home for things like cooking, bathing and dressing. Full story...
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NC woman charged with buttocks injections gone bad

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An exotic dancer looking to enhance her backside is out of work and a North Carolina woman is accused of injecting the dancer with a disfiguring potion. Full story...
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President, first lady to visit Fort Bragg next week

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The White House said President Obama will give a speech Wednesday about his decision to finish the war in Iraq at the end of the month and what it means for the nation's future. Full story...
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Fedora reportedly accepts UNC football job; trustees meet

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North Carolina's board of trustees have met to discuss "a personnel matter" after Southern Mississippi coach Larry Fedora accepted an offer to become the Tar Heels' next football coach. Full story...
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Attorneys for Durham novelist accused of murder continue attack on SBI agent

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Attorneys for a Durham novelist serving a life sentence for the murder of his wife are continuing their attack on the work of a State Bureau of Investigation agent who testified at the trial. Full story...
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Duke lacrosse accuser can stand trial for murder

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A judge has ruled that the woman at the center of the Duke University lacrosse scandal is competent to be tried for murder. Full story...
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NC State Bar issues complaint against Easley

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The North Carolina State Bar has filed a formal disciplinary complaint against former Gov. Mike Easley after he was convicted last year on a campaign finance-related felony. Full story...
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Cooper at White House for consumer agency push

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North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper is visiting the White House, joining the congressional battle over the agency protecting consumers from financial industry abuses. Full story...
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Cumberland County backs away from dog restrictions

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Cumberland County will not ban the adoption of so-called bully breeds of dogs. Full story...
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Ex-city council hopeful charged as NC gang leader

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A North Carolina man who twice ran for Greensboro's City Council is among 13 people who federal prosecutors say were members of the Latin Kings gang indicted on racketeering charges. Full story...
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NC county questions sheriff on behavior, lawsuits

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Henderson County commissioners are asking the sheriff now on leave because of mental illness to respond to rumors he has moved to settle legal complaints by his employees. Full story...
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NC officials return Zahra Baker remains to father

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The remains of a 10-year-old disabled girl killed in North Carolina last year have been released to her father. Full story...
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Rev. Billy Graham released from NC hospital

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The Rev. Billy Graham was released from an Asheville hospital Tuesday after spending six days recovering from pneumonia, a hospital spokeswoman said. Full story...
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Opening statements expected Wednesday in Lovette trial

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It's taking longer than expected to pick a jury in the trial of Laurence Lovette Jr. and opening statements are now likely Wednesday morning. Full story...
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