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More jurors being picked in NC murder trial

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A Raleigh man accused in the death of a member of North Carolina's State Board of Education is going on trial for his life. Full story...
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Nature Science Center to be open for 24 hours

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The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences will celebrate the grand opening of its new wing with a 24-hour opening of the Nature Research Center in Raleigh. Full story...
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NC lawmakers prepare to hear from superintendents

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Members of the General Assembly are bringing in North Carolina school superintendents to speak about the effects of spending cuts in this year's budget and what they'd like to have for next year. Full story...
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SBI marks 75th anniversary with open house

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The State Bureau of Investigation is commemorating its 75th anniversary this year, and is inviting the public to see its offices. Full story...
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Former NC teacher pleads guilty to child porn

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A former teacher from New Bern has pleaded guilty to producing child pornography on the internet. Full story...
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Gingrich visits Raleigh Monday for NC support

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With his presidential campaign ailing, Newt Gingrich is hoping for a boost from North Carolina. 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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NAACP cautions NC counties on voter ID legislation

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North Carolina's largest civil rightsorganization is cautioning county governments not to try and enact local versions of a voter identification bill vetoed last year by Gov. Bev Perdue. Full story...
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First lady Michelle Obama coming to NC for visit

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First lady Michelle Obama is planning to visit Raleigh and Charlotte to meet with military families, school children and to make remarks in advance of this summer's Democratic National Convention in the Queen City. Full story...
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Changes to NC pollution control program considered

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A state environmental program designed to protect residents from exposure to dangerous chemicals could get scaled back if some business interests and Republican legislators have their way. Full story...
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