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NC Supreme Court stops release of several inmates

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The North Carolina Supreme Court has stopped the release of a handful of inmates sentenced to life in prison so it can consider the case further. Full story...
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NRC, Duke Energy meet over NC nuclear plant

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The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission is meeting with Charlotte-based Duke Energy officials to discuss two apparent safety violations at a nuclear plant inherited after its merger with Raleigh-based Progress Energy. Full story...
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NC Army base celebrates role of women in defense

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Fort Bragg is honoring the legacy of military women with a speech by an Army pioneer. Full story...
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NC chapter of NAACP slated to register voters

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The North Carolina chapter of the NAACP is set to announce a statewide mobilization for voter registration planned for this weekend. Full story...
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NC county settles federal discrimination case

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A western North Carolina county has settled a racial discrimination complaint filed by the U.S. Department of Justice after a government employee repeatedly used a racial epithet at work. Full story...
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Soldier accused in hazing demoted, loses pay

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One of the soldiers accused in the hazing-related death of an Army private has been demoted and forced to forfeit part of his pay. Full story...
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Pat McCrory gets endorsement of NC chapter of NFIB

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Republican Pat McCrory has won the endorsement of North Carolina's leading small business group in this fall's race for governor. Full story...
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Ryan speaks out against military cuts

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Republican Paul Ryan says Mitt Romney will prevent planned cuts to the US military if elected president. Full story...
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Romney says US energy independence is achievable

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The GOP presidential candidate says his plans for reaching that goal include increased offshore oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico and off the coast of Virginia and North Carolina. Full story...
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NC, feds agree on adult care homes

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North Carolina health officials and federal attorneys have reached an agreement that could move thousands of residents in adult care homes with serious mental illness into community housing. Full story...
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