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N.C.

NC mercury air emissions down in coal plants

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A state study shows that mercury emissions from coal-fired power plants in North Carolina have gone down 70 percent in the last decade. Full story...
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Ann Romney to visit Greensboro for private event

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The wife of the Republican presidential candidate will visit Greensboro next week. Full story...
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UNC spent $467K in legal fees on NCAA probe

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North Carolina amassed more than $467,000 in legal fees to outside firms from June 2010 through October 2011 due to an NCAA investigation into the football program. Full story...
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NC Republicans vastly outraise state Democrats

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North Carolina Democrats are losing the fundraising battle by a wide margin with less than four months to go until the general election. Full story...
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Heat sent more than 350 NC people to the ER

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Temperatures that topped the 100-degree mark across North Carolina led hundreds to seek help in the state's emergency rooms. Full story...
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NC man found with 128 marijuana plants in SC

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A Charlotte man has been arrested after drug enforcement agents found 128 marijuana plants growing in a South Carolina home. Full story...
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NC man charged with killing 5-month-old baby

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A Rockingham County man is facing murder charges in the death of a 5-month-old baby. Full story...
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Camp Lejeune Marine receives Silver Star for valor

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A Camp Lejeune Marine who received the Silver Star for his actions during a patrol that was supposed to photograph an Afghan town says he's accepting the award on behalf of the troops that don't come home. Full story...
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Company says Time Warner can't use PA station

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The company that owns the Pennsylvania NBC affiliate that's replacing one of its network counterparts in North Carolina says Time Warner Cable may have misappropriated its signal. Full story...
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Crime in NC lowest since 1977; Wilmington also sees drop

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video The North Carolina Department of Justice says crime is down across the state. According to its annual report, violent crimes fell by more than five percent last year, making the crime rate the lowest since 1977. There has also been a decrease in those numbers here in Wilmington. Full story...
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