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N.C.

Soldier receives 6-month sentence in hazing case

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A second soldier accused of driving an Asian-American private to suicide has received a six-month prison sentence after pleading guilty to reduced charges in a court-martial at Fort Bragg. Full story...
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Law enforcement to discuss gangs in NC conference

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Local, state and federal law enforcement officials are scheduled to meet in Greensboro to discuss ways to battle gang-related violent crime across North Carolina. Full story...
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Solar company to create more than 300 jobs in NC

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A designer and manufacturer of solar power mounting systems plans will set up its U.S. headquarters in Shelby and create more than 300 jobs at a production and distribution facility. Full story...
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National Weather Service: Tornado hits eastern NC

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A National Weather Service survey confirms that a tornado touched down in Wilson County last weekend. Full story...
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Biden calls Ryan policies 'irresponsible'

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Vice President Joe Biden says Republicans Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are decent men, but that they have fundamentally different values from him and President Barack Obama. Full story...
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Duke Energy CEO committed for Fla. settlement

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Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers says he's committed to a settlement that's expected to head off future rate increases in Florida. Full story...
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Spokesman: Billy Graham doing well at NC hospital

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Nurses report that evangelist Billy Graham had a restful night at the North Carolina hospital where he's being treated for bronchitis. Full story...
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Lumberton officer wounded; suspect in custody

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Lumberton police say a suspect in the wounding of a police officer has shot and injured himself. Full story...
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NC man charged in shooting deaths of 2 people

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A 33-year-old Hoke County man is charged with killing his ex-girlfriend and a man at her home. Full story...
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NC county official questions same-sex benefits

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A Mecklenburg County commissioner is asking why the county still provides benefits to same-sex partners of their employees three months after North Carolina voters approved a constitutional amendment slamming the door on same-sex marriages. Full story...
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