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N.C.

No money for eugenics victims in NC budget deal

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A group set up to help people sterilized against their will in North Carolina is halting its efforts to find more victims. Full story...
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Audit: Lottery didn't collect damages from vendor

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A report from the state auditor's office says the North Carolina Education Lottery violated state law because it failed to collect damages from its primary vendor and allowed the company to accumulate and carry a balance for several years. Full story...
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NC death penalty bias law heading to governor

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The Legislature has given its final approval to a bill limiting the use of statistics in a 2009 law designed to give people on North Carolina's death row another method to prove racial bias in sentencing. Full story...
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NC police seek suspect in shopping center death

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Fayetteville police are looking for a suspect in the shooting death of a man at a shopping center earlier this week. Full story...
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NC congressman seeks investigation of forest fire

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A North Carolina congressman is seeking an investigation into the fire that's burned more than 21,000 acres in a national forest. Full story...
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Audit questions use of state car by ALE chief

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An audit says the head of a state law enforcement agency used his government car and gas card to make his weekly commute from Raleigh to his home outside Asheville, a round trip of more than 500 miles. Full story...
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Groups call for more study of Duke-Progress merger

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Those opposed to a merger of Duke Energy and Progress Energy want more public hearings in North Carolina. Full story...
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McCrory endorsed by NC Troopers Association

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A group representing the interests of Highway Patrol employees has endorsed Republican Pat McCrory for North Carolina governor this fall. Full story...
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NC House adds private tuition break to Senate bill

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The House has changed the Senate's public school overhaul bill to offer tax breaks to businesses that give money to nonprofits, which in turn dole out scholarships to North Carolina children to attend private schools. Full story...
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NC lawmakers override community college bill veto

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The General Assembly has completed its override of Gov. Beverly Perdue's veto of a bill that gives all North Carolina community colleges the ability to refuse to participate in a low-interest federal student loan program. Full story...
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