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Southern states fight estimates of sea level rise

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North Carolina made waves this summer when lawmakers temporarily banned adopting a science panel's suggestions to prepare for sea level rise. Supporters of that moratorium hope other states will be inspired to similar action. Full story...
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Powerball jackpot approaches $200M for NC players

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North Carolina residents who put down cash for the various lottery games made off with a lot of money in the past week, and the upcoming Powerball drawing could give one person a chance to claim even more. Full story...
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Wilson County man grows record-setting watermelon

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Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams weighs 215 pounds -- or 17 pounds less than the record setting watermelon at the State Farmers Market. Full story...
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DNA testing identifies NC woman missing since 1992

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fficials say modern DNA testing has helped law-enforcement identify the remains of a Johnston County woman who disappeared nearly 20 years ago. Full story...
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Perdue's dormant campaign spends big on lawyers

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Gov. Beverly Perdue's campaign spent more than $80,000 in legal fees in the first six months of 2012, much of it on criminal defense lawyers representing the Democrat and members of her staff. Full story...
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NCDOT developing state pedestrian & bicycle plan

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State transportation officials have an eye on North Carolina's feet. Full story...
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North Carolina ends test on new car emissions

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The owners of new vehicles no longer will have to get emissions tests starting in 2014. Full story...
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NC woman jailed on multiple animal cruelty charges

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A Cleveland County woman is in jail after authorities say she was keeping approximately 50 dogs, cats and rabbits on her property. Full story...
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Judge overturns Chapel Hill ban on cellphone use

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A Superior Court judge has overturned Chapel Hill's ban on all cellphone use while driving and its regulation of towing companies Full story...
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Perdue green lights watered-down sea-level bill

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Gov. Bev Perdue has decided not to veto a bill that places a moratorium on using a state-sponsored science panel's recommendation to plan for rising sea levels. The bill becomes law as a result of her inaction. Full story...
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