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Owen, ex-adviser to NC Gov. Jim Hunt, dies at 77

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A top policy adviser to then-North Carolina Gov. Jim Hunt during his first two terms in the Executive Mansion has died. Full story...
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Military identifies 2 killed in Afghanistan

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Military officials say two people killed while supporting combat operations in Farah province in Afghanistan were from Virginia and Colorado. Full story...
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Interview with Buy Local ILM founder

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video Good Morning Carolina anchor Ashley Jacobs sat down with Gayle to talk about why we should buy local products, and how much it helps our local economy thrive. Full story...
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Peace University admits 1st class with men

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Two big changes are now in place at the formerly all-female Peace College. The Raleigh school's name has been William Peace University since last year, and as of this weekend, men are now full-time students. Full story...
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NC man dies of injuries suffered in Afghanistan

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A North Carolina man has died from injuries he suffered from enemy small-arms fire in Afghanistan. Full story...
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Communities follow Charlotte camping crackdown

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At least nine cities or counties have approved resolutions to crack down on camping on public property after rules that Charlotte implemented ahead of the Democratic National Convention. Full story...
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Ill NC college student dies at welcoming event

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An ill student has died during a welcoming ceremony at North Carolina A&T university in Greensboro. Full story...
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87-year-old woman foils attempted robbery in NC

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The Henderson County sheriff says people who break into homes are taking a big risk, even if their intended victim is an 87-year-old woman. Full story...
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3 Occupy Charlotte protesters found not guilty

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Three Occupy Charlotte protesters have been found not guilty, eight months after officers arrested them while dismantling their camp outside old City Hall. Full story...
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Inmates convicted of gun crimes could be released

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A federal judge has overturned the conviction of a North Carolina man sent to prison after he was wrongly charged as a felon for possessing firearms. It was the first of what could be as many as 3,000 inmates with similar convictions set aside. Full story...
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