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N.C.

Bank of America laying off 250 mortgage workers in Charlotte

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Bank of America is laying off 250 employees in its mortgage and technology units in Charlotte. Full story...
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NC gasoline tax reformulation gets initial Senate approval

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Senators have given their initial OK to reworking North Carolina's gasoline tax. Supporters say it provides quick relief to motorists but opponents argue it's a tax increase in disguise. Full story...
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Wife: Slayings of 3 in Chapel Hill motivated by parking spat

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videoA woman whose husband is accused of shooting three people at a North Carolina condominium complex says the man was motivated by a parking dispute, not the victims' faith. Full story...
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Report on natural gas pipeline outlines economic benefits

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A study commissioned by the companies planning to build a pipeline to deliver natural gas to the Southeast says the project would lower customer energy bills and increase employment. Full story...
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Economists predict $271M NC government shortfall this year

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Economists at the General Assembly and Gov. Pat McCrory's administration agree for now there will be a small shortfall this fiscal year relative to North Carolina's $21 billion state government budget. Full story...
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UPDATE: SEANC director resigns amid questions about spending

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SEANC Executive Director Dana Cope has resigned. Full story...
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NC Republican senators offering quick gas tax cut

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A quick cut in North Carolina's gasoline tax proposed by Senate Republicans could bring higher tax rates to the pump later this decade. Full story...
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Domestic violence charges against Panthers' Hardy dismissed

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Prosecutors have dismissed domestic violence charges against Panthers defensive end and soon-to-be free agent Greg Hardy after they said the accuser in the case couldn't be found. Full story...
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Cumberland, Sampson counties hope to reopen plant

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County officials in Cumberland and Sampson counties hope to clear the way for a meat processing plant to reopen. Full story...
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Feds to hold more meetings about plans for 2 NC forests

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The U.S. Forest Service has scheduled more public meetings about its plans for Pisgah and Nantahala national forests after the first sessions ended in controversy. Full story...
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