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N.C.

New land chief, NC state geologist named

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A career employee in North Carolina's geology and mining office is the new leader of a state division whose responsibilities now include helping to create rules for a form of natural gas exploration. Full story...
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NC unemployment steady for third straight month

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North Carolina's unemployment rate has held steady at 9.4 percent for the third straight month. Full story...
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NC taking info again about sterilization victims

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A North Carolina government office will continue to verify additional victims of the state's defunct forced sterilization program even though legislators failed to set aside money to compensate those who are still alive. Full story...
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Veterinarians perform experimental surgery on turtle rescued from Holden Beach

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Veterinarians from NC State University have successfully completed experimental skull surgery on an endangered sea turtle. Full story...
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Review critical of NC ALE chief won't be quashed

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North Carolina State Auditor Beth Wood will continue distributing a report critical of the state Alcohol Law Enforcement Division chief that details what it called attempts to thwart her investigation. Full story...
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Judge's ruling on UNC documents could take weeks

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A judge could take several weeks before ruling whether the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and former coach Butch Davis has complied with public records requests related to the NCAA investigation of the football program. Full story...
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Police say NC man shot to death after sword attack

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Winston-Salem police say a 67-year-old man has been shot to death after he attacked a man with a sword. Full story...
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Former assisted living CFO in NC pleads guilty

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The former chief financial officer of a chain of assisted living facilities in North Carolina has pleaded guilty to conspiring to defraud the Internal Revenue Service. Full story...
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Bill to help Lejeune Marines closer to approval

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Thousands of Camp Lejeune Marines and family members who suffered because of water contamination at the base are closer to receiving health care for their illnesses. Full story...
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LaRoque asked to consider resigning

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House Speaker Thom Tillis said he's advised a fellow Republican member who was indicted on federal charges to resign from the chamber. Full story...
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