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North Carolinians split ideologically on Chick-Fil-A

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As controversy has swirled around fast food chicken chain Chick-Fil-A due to ownership's outspoken opposition to same-sex marriage, a new poll from Public Policy Polling finds North Carolina voters split sharply in their approval of the company along ideological lines. 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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Public can get tickets to Democratic convention

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Members of the public are getting a chance to take part in the upcoming Democratic National Convention in Charlotte. Organizers said Thursday that people can sign up for community credentials on President Barack Obama's campaign website. Full story...
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Cooper hails NC DNA law during national meeting

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North Carolina's top prosecutor says the state's DNA law is getting results and saving lives. Full story...
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Wake Forest hospital cited after macaque escapes

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Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has been cited for violating animal welfare laws after the escape of a research animal. Full story...
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NC DOT awards contract for Bonner Bridge repairs

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North Carolina has awarded a $1.8 million contract to a Pennsylvania company to repair a bridge that provides Hatteras Island with its only land link to the mainland. Full story...
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Fayetteville father charged with murder

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A Fayetteville man convicted of abusing his toddler in 2004 is now facing first-degree murder charges in the boy's death. Full story...
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North Carolina to be called "toxic"

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A new analysis by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) will rank North Carolina as one of the "Toxic 20" worst states in terms of toxic air pollution from electric power plants. Full story...
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Wake Forest University changes pool to fish pond

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There's nowhere to wet a line on the Wake Forest University campus, so when it came time to hold a fishing clinic, one school official found the perfect spot. Full story...
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Brubaker's NC House replacement chosen by GOP

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The retired chief deputy in the Randolph County sheriff's office will replace a longtime legislator in both the North Carolina House and on the November ballot. Full story...
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