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N.C.

Section of I-40 shut down

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Construction crews will close a section of eastbound Interstate 40 near Conover during the overnight hours for nearly the next two weeks. Full story...
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Teen girls charged with murder

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Two 16-year-old girls have been charged with murder and other charges for their roles in a North Carolina taxi driver's slaying. Full story...
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NC couple finds 50-carat emerald in a mine

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A North Carolina couple is showing off the 50-carat emerald they dug from a vein of the precious gemstone running through Alexander County. Full story...
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NC students plan meeting to oppose tuition hikes

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Student activists from across North Carolina are planning to meet in Greensboro to plan opposition to tuition increases, budget cuts and other education-related issues. Full story...
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31 NC students to participate in Poetry Out Loud

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Thirty-one high school students from across North Carolina will participate in a program in Greensboro that combines slam poetry, spoken word and theater for a chance to compete for a $20,000 prize. Full story...
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NC rally backs Christian prayer at public meetings

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A rally to protest federal court decisions against religion-specific prayers at public meetings is being held in the North Carolina county where the dispute began. Full story...
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Jones concerned about signs posted at Hatteras

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North Carolina Congressman Walter Jones is asking the National Park Service to change signs posted at Cape Hatteras that he says falsely tell people they can't leave footprints on the beach. Full story...
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Feds charge NC man in $82 million fraud scheme

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Federal agents are accusing a disbarred North Carolina lawyer of defrauding banks and investors out of more than $82 million in improper loans tied to a mountain real estate development. Full story...
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NC health grant program suspended following audit

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North Carolina's health department has suspended a program designed to improve the health of minority residents and others after an internal review found fiscal and management irregularities. Full story...
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NC elections symposium today designed to prevent errors

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North Carolina candidates, leaders of political committees and others are learning the ins and outs of campaign finance and elections so they'll follow the rules and avoid problems that could get them in trouble. Full story...
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