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Tentative October trial date set for John Edwards

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A judge has tentatively scheduled an October trial for former presidential candidate John Edwards. Full story...
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Judge sets arraignment date for Elisa Baker

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A North Carolina judge says a woman charged in the death of her 10-year-old disabled stepdaughter will be arraigned in September, but first he will hear a motion about moving the trial because of publicity. Full story...
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Lumbee farmers file claims in discrimination case

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Farmers who belong to the Lumbee Indian Tribe have begun filing claims now that a nationwide discrimination case involving the federal government has been settled. Full story...
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Charlotte aviation director blasts TSA security

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The Charlotte airport's aviation director has blasted the Transportation Security Administration for its role in investigating a teen stowaway, saying local airports can do a better job of security. Full story...
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Charlotte aviation director blasts TSA security

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The Charlotte airport's aviation director has blasted the Transportation Security Administration for its role in investigating a teen stowaway, saying local airports can do a better job of security. Full story...
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Lumbee farmers file claims in discrimination case

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Farmers who belong to the Lumbee Indian Tribe have begun filing claims now that a nationwide discrimination case involving the federal government has been settled. Full story...
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Chapel Hill clamps down on front-yard parkers

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Town planning officials said Thursday that monitors will begin issuing tickets Aug. 1 to violators of a town ordinance against parking on the front lawn. Full story...
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Sampson County meth suspects sentenced

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Five men have been sentenced in federal court on charges of running a methamphetamine trafficking ring in Sampson County. Full story...
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Jurors to see graphic photos of Carthage shooting

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Defense lawyers for a man accused of killing eight people at a nursing home in Carthage will show jurors graphic photos of the elderly victims. Full story...
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NC Senate goes 6-for-6 on overriding Perdue vetoes

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The North Carolina Senate has made quick work of Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue's vetoes by voting to override all six that had been returned to the chamber since June. Full story...
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NC Senate considers overrides as session resumes

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The North Carolina General Assembly is cranking up again to draw new political boundaries for the next decade, but the Senate is focusing first on Gov. Bev Perdue's recent vetoes. Full story...
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Johnston Co. trio charged in abuse by prostitution

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A man and two women from Johnston County have been accused of a scheme where the man paid for rough sex with a 15-year-old girl. Full story...
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Fort Bragg death leads Army to suspend parachutes

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the Army has suspended the use of its new square parachutes because of problems discovered after a Fort Bragg soldier died during a training jump last month. Full story...
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Carteret Co. charges pair with credit-card scam

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The Carteret County Sheriff's Office has charged two Brooklyn, N.Y., residents with possessing counterfeit credit cards. Full story...
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Father charged with abuse of Winston-Salem infant

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A Winston-Salem man has been charged with felony child abuse after doctors told police his 4-month-old son had several fractures when he was admitted to the hospital for another cause. Full story...
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