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Jury in John Edwards trial asks for 20 exhibits

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The jury in the John Edwards campaign-finance fraud trial is asking to see about 20 more evidence exhibits during its fifth day of deliberations. Full story...
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NC Medicaid gap fix given final legislative OK

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The Legislature has given final approval to a method to close a shortfall in North Carolina's Medicaid program this year that also contains a provision to slow efforts to privatize medical services for prisoners. Full story...
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UNC trustees hear about academic fraud case

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Trustees at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill want to know how courses with little or no supervision from professors could have continued for years before building into a case of academic fraud. Full story...
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New NC bill ties corporate break, private schools

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New legislation would jolt public education by coaxing tens of thousands of North Carolina public school students into private schools with $4,000 in tuition help from corporations getting tax breaks. Full story...
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1st Air Force female to take fighter wing command

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The Air Force has chosen its first female officer to take command of a fighter wing. Full story...
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Fort Bragg Green Berets get rare Canadian honor

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Some Fort Bragg Green Berets are the first non-Canadian military unit to receive the highest team recognition from that country. Full story...
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Jurors end 4th day of talks at John Edwards trial

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The jury has ended a fourth day of deliberations without reaching a verdict at the campaign finance trial of former presidential candidate John Edwards. Full story...
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NAACP state chief back at Legislative Building

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The leader of a North Carolina civil rights group arrested last year for disrupting a House session says he and others are back at the Legislative Building to ensure lawmakers work to benefit all citizens and not a privileged few. Full story...
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NC amendment banning same-sex marriage in effect

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North Carolina's constitutional amendment slamming the door on same-sex marriages is now in effect. But the debates on its full meaning continue. Full story...
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Perdue, Cherokee chief sign amended gambling pact

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Gov. Beverly Perdue and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians have amended their new agreement to allow live dealer games at the tribe's western North Carolina casino, a move likely to ease concerns from lawmakers. Full story...
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