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N.C.

Man dies when hit by train in Thomasville

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Police say a man has died after he was struck by an Amtrak train in Thomasville. Full story...
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Voters choose Senate candidates for November ballot

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North Carolina voters have put the finishing touches on which Senate candidates will appear on the November ballot. Full story...
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NC House candidates move forward to November election

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The North Carolina House of Representatives field of legislative hopefuls is now full. Full story...
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Voter turnout anemic for NC 2nd primaries

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North Carolina's voter turnout for the primary runoff is on track to match or break a record low. Full story...
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Presidential exhibit headed to Charlotte

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An exhibit giving people a glimpse of what American presidents see every day is opening in the North Carolina city were Democrats will nominate Barack Obama as their presidential candidate. Full story...
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Turnout expectations low ahead of second primary

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video You may have voted in May, but North Carolina's primary campaign wraps up tomorrow. Meanwhile candidates are still trying to get the word out about the election. Full story...
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Carowinds reopens WindSeeker ride

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Carowinds has reopened its new WindSeeker ride a day after it had stranded about two dozen riders high in the sky. Full story...
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Goodyear plant in NC may shut down for a week

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The Goodyear tire plant in Fayetteville may shut down for a week in August to reduce its inventory in the slow economy. Full story...
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5 NC congressmen want stamp for John Hope Franklin

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Five North Carolina congressmen are among those calling for a stamp to honor the life of John Hope Franklin, the famous African-American historian who taught at Duke University. Full story...
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Pasta company to open facility in Forest City

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A California company that makes international foods that include organic and gluten-free varieties will open its new East Coast manufacturing operation in Forest City, creating more than 300 jobs over the next three years. Full story...
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