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Supreme Court says justice can hear case

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The North Carolina Supreme Court says Justice Paul Newby can consider a lawsuit challenging the way election districts are drawn. Full story...
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NC sheriffs target action on video sweepstakes ban

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video North Carolina's sheriffs may start enforcing a state law outlawing video sweepstakes operations next month. Full story...
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NC Supreme Court denies fired trooper's appeal

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A North Carolina state trooper fired in 2003 for having extramarital sex in his patrol cruiser will not get his job back. Full story...
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Wilmington sweepstakes remain open despite court ruling

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videoThe North Carolina Supreme Court ruled Friday the state can outlaw video sweepstakes parlors. Despite the ruling, sweepstakes parlors in Wilmington remain open. Full story...
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NC high court rules video sweepstakes illegal

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video North Carolina's highest court says the state can outlaw video sweepstakes parlors because they don't have the same free speech protections given to video games. Full story...
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Perdue appoints appeals court judge to Supreme Court

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North Carolina's governor is replacing the only black female on the state's Supreme Court with one of the two black women serving on the appeals court below. Full story...
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Timmons-Goodson to leave NC Supreme Court

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The only black woman to ever serve on the North Carolina Supreme Court says she's leaving next month. Associate Justice Patricia Timmons-Goodson announced Wednesday her decision to retire from the state's highest court Dec. 17. Full story...
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NC AG argues Duke wants too much in rate increase

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North Carolina's Supreme Court is considering a case that could pressure utilities regulators to justify rate increase decisions that can involve hundreds of millions of dollars. Full story...
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NC high court hears AG Duke Energy rate challenge

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video North Carolina's attorney general wants the state's highest court to reverse a decision giving Duke Energy permission to raise electricity prices by 7 percent and lock in a 10 percent profit. Full story...
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NC high court weighs status of video sweepstakes

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North Carolina's highest court is deciding whether the state can outlaw video sweepstakes parlors as gambling halls, or whether the video screens give the owners constitutional free-speech rights. Full story...
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