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N.C.

NC man arrested twice in same night after wrecks

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One Gastonia police officer recently netted two arrests in a six and a half-hour span... and led the same person to jail both times. Full story...
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After NC classroom layoff angst, schools making do

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A year after widespread worries that thousands of teachers would face layoffs from state budget cuts, North Carolina schools are holding stable before the new academic year. Full story...
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NC woman gets White House honor for PTA work

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A North Carolina woman is being honored at the White House for her dedication to the Parent Teacher Association. Full story...
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Authorities investigate Raleigh home explosion

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Authorities are probing the root of an explosion that caused a fire at a home in north Raleigh. Full story...
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NC pizza delivery driver released from hospital

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A 19-year-old Raeford pizza delivery driver has been released from the hospital after treatment for injuries he suffered during a beating. Full story...
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Town of Cary nixes red-light camera system

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Cary officials have axed one of the state's last red-light traffic camera systems. Full story...
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NC State Fair moves to limit exposure to livestock

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Health and agriculture officials are taking steps to prevent a repeat of the E.coli outbreak that sickened 25 visitors to the N.C. State Fair in 2011. Full story...
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NC agencies agree on narrow emissions exemption

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North Carolina agencies will enforce a new law that exempts more passenger vehicles from emissions tests by using a narrow interpretation of the statute. Full story...
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Dalton, McCrory agree on 2 TV debates in October

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Gubernatorial candidates Walter Dalton and Pat McCrory have agreed to participate this fall in two statewide debates organized by the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters. Full story...
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Sludge reaches far western North Carolina creek

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State environmental officials are investigating how thousands of gallons of sludge wound up in a ditch in far western North Carolina and contaminated portions of a creek. Full story...
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