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CFPUA crews and facilities performance

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There are no current overflows or failures at any CFPUA facilities. Crews worked diligently through the storm to prevent events. Full story...
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State price gouging law in effect due to Irene

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North Carolina’s strong price gouging law is now in effect because a state of emergency has been declared due to Hurricane Irene, Attorney General Roy Cooper notified businesses and consumers today. Full story...
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Dare issues mandatory evacuation for all residents

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Dare County officials have ordered all residents to move inland beginning at 8 a.m. Friday as Hurricane Irene approaches. Full story...
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American Legion duped by fake Marine at NC tourney

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There are red faces among the smiles after a record-breaking North Carolina baseball tournament discovered a speaker wasn't the decorated combat veteran he claimed to be. Full story...
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NC man dies after Fayetteville police try arrest

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A North Carolina man has died after struggling with Fayetteville police officers who tried to arrest him after witnesses said he was running into traffic. Full story...
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Fort Bragg hub for Hurricane Irene relief supplies

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North Carolina's Army base is playing a key role in preparing for Hurricane Irene. Full story...
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NC House leader: Pay sterilization plan's victims

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One of North Carolina's top legislative leaders says the state should agree next year to pay victims of a state program that forced people to undergo sterilizations decades ago. Full story...
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NC building review finds few quake problems

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A state review of North Carolina government buildings following the East Coast earthquake has found only a few minor problems that may be attributed to the tremors. Full story...
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Outer Banks counties to decide on evacuation

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Officials in two counties that include most of North Carolina's Outer Banks are deciding whether they'll give evacuation orders because of Hurricane Irene. Full story...
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NCDOT plans for likely closure of island lifeline

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North Carolina transportation officials planning for the arrival of Hurricane Irene say they are prepared for damage to the main highway and bridge serving the Outer Banks. Full story...
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Irene has NC military ready to move jets, events

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At Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps spokesman Nat Fahy says a ceremony opening a new battle training center is being delayed because of Hurricane Irene. Fahy says it is unclear when the ceremony will be held. Full story...
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Perdue hopeful eastern NC will dodge Irene's worst

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Gov. Bev Perdue says people in eastern North Carolina should be prepared for the worst if high winds and rain from Hurricane Irene reach their communities this weekend. Full story...
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Retired NC police chief challenging Jones in GOP

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A newly retired police chief plans a challenge within the Republican Party to unseat an incumbent North Carolina congressman who has represented the region for more than a decade. Full story...
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NC State picks developer for neighboring hotel

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A popular watering hole for a generation of North Carolina State University students is being torn down and will be replaced by a 125-room hotel across the street from the school's Bell Tower. Full story...
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