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Senate approves new communication technology rules

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New rules governing how North Carolina towns and cities can offer broadband, television and telephone services has received tentative approval in the state Senate. Full story...
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Police: Suspect kills himself after wounding cop

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Fayetteville police say a man suspected of shooting and wounding an officer has died after shooting himself during a standoff with police. Full story...
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Fayetteville police search more blacks than whites

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Fayetteville police stop and search black drivers more often than white drivers. Full story...
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Duncan plans to visit Durham school on NC trip

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The Secretary of Education is coming to Durham to highlight efforts to turn around low-performing schools. Full story...
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NC judge orders documents released in Edwards case

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A North Carolina judge has ordered the release of some documents in a lawsuit filed by the mistress of former presidential candidate John Edwards. Full story...
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More than 780,000 NC residents affected by Sony Playstation security breach

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Attorney General Roy Cooper urges consumers to place free security freeze, monitor credit reports. Full story...
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Zahra's father's charges dropped

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The father of a North Carolina girl killed last year is no longer facing worthless check charges in Catawba County. Full story...
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NC innocence panel reconvenes for murder case

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The country's only state agency dedicated to investigating claims of innocence is holding a second day of hearings in the cases of two men convicted in a Buncombe County murder. Full story...
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Panthers gather as NFL reopens for business

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About a dozen Carolina Panthers players have been spotted at Bank of America Stadium as the NFL reopened for business. Full story...
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School administrator faces sex charges

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The head of a private school in Cumberland County faces 120 charges stemming from what police say was the long-running sexual abuse of a student on campus. Full story...
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Meth cleanup funding running low

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North Carolina is struggling to dispose of dangerous substances found in methamphetamine labs since the federal government quit funding such cleanups two months ago. Full story...
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Convicted murderer says he was pressured to plead guilty

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A man who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder says he did so because of pressure from his attorneys, family members and prosecutors and not because he killed the man. Full story...
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Legislature makes new deal on state worker insurance

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The General Assembly has reached a new agreement on how to close a half billion-dollar funding gap for North Carolina's state employee health insurance plan for the next two years. But it's not yet clear whether Gov. Bev Perdue will go along two weeks after she vetoed an earlier package. Full story...
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Senate votes to establish stock car racing as official state sport

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The North Carolina Senate has put the pedal to the metal, voting to establish stock car racing as the official state sport. Full story...
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NC House spending plan considered by budget panel

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North Carolina House members are picking at a state budget proposal largely written by Republicans that critics say make deep cuts in public education and health programs but GOP leaders say protects classroom teachers and health services for the poor. Full story...
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