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Perdue signs law to end charter school cap

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Governor Perdue has signed a bill into law that removes the cap on the number of charter schools in the state. Full story...
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NC Legislature still meeting

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North Carolina state lawmakers still have a little more work to do before they leave Raleigh on a long break. Full story...
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Perdue ready to veto voter i.d. measure

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Gov. Beverly Perdue sounds ready to veto a measure heading to her desk that would require North Carolina voters to show photo identification before casting a ballot. Full story...
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Hundreds of dogs seized from Caldwell Co. kennel

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Caldwell County animal control officers are rounding up nearly 300 dogs from a suspected puppy mill in Hudson. Full story...
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UNC releases public records after judge's ruling

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North Carolina has released documents showing a group of Tar Heel football players accumulated more than $13,000 in parking citations over a 3½-year period. Full story...
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Voter ID mandate gets NC legislative approval

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Republican-backed legislation requiring North Carolina voters to show picture identification before casting a ballot they know will count is headed to Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue's desk. Full story...
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NC close to requiring checking sale of cold meds

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North Carolina could soon require retailers to check cold sufferers against a national database if they want a remedy containing the key ingredient needed to make the illegal drug methamphetamine. Full story...
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John Edwards testimony in sex tape case delayed

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John Edwards will not have to testify in a case involving a purported sex tape with his mistress until after criminal charges against him are resolved. Full story...
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In NC case, US Supreme Court says age must be considered in interrogation

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The high court on Thursday ruled that police and school officials were wrong when they interviewed a 13-year-old special education student about a string of break-ins in Chapel Hill. Full story...
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GOP-led NC Legislature heading home soon

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The North Carolina General Assembly is trying to wrap up most of its work for the year, its first under Republican rule in more than a century. Full story...
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FEMA deadline for NC tornado victims approaches

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Less than a week remains to register for disaster assistance because of losses from the tornadoes that struck North Carolina April 16. Full story...
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Pitt County schools considering fees for athletes

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Pitt County schools may require high school and middle school students to pay to join a sports team. Full story...
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Bill making stock car racing official state sport awaiting Perdue's approval

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Legislation declaring stock car racing as North Carolina's state sport has only Gov. Beverly Perdue to pass before taking the checkered flag. Full story...
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Perdue approval rating up, but well below disapproval

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A poll by Public Policy Polling finds 36 percent of North Carolina voters approve of the job Perdue is doing, while 47 percent disapprove. This is Perdue's highest approval rating in the past six months. Full story...
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