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Carolinas blood supply low as fewer donate

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The sluggish economy is affecting blood supplies in the Carolinas, where donors are failing to meet the anticipated demands. Full story...
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Raleigh officer fired following misconduct probe

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A Raleigh police sergeant has been fired after being accused of misconduct. Full story...
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Feds probe Wake jail on immigration

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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is investigating complaints that immigration detainees have been mistreated at the Wake County jail in Raleigh. Full story...
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Raleigh Council OKs measures to help storm victims

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Repairs to property damaged by April's storms are going slower than expected in Raleigh, with less than a third of the 1,000 damaged commercial buildings and homes back in service. Full story...
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NC students to install solar hot water system

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Students in Wake Tech's solar thermal training class will get hands-on experience when they install a solar hot water system in a specially outfitted trailer at the college's campus in northern Wake County. Full story...
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NC House overrides Perdue veto, Senate vote next

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The state government budget proposal written by the North Carolina Legislature is just one vote away from being enacted despite Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue's objections. Full story...
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Raleigh man dies at Tennessee music festival

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Officials say a Raleigh man is the second person to die this year during the Bonnaroo music festival in Tennessee. Full story...
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NC unemployment rate coming out for April

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One of the most closely watched measures of North Carolina's economic health is trending in the right direction. Full story...
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Smith confirmed as NC banking commissioner again

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The General Assembly has agreed Joseph Smith Jr. should become North Carolina's banking commissioner again after his nomination for a federal financial post fell short. Full story...
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Carolinas utilities report radiation from Japan

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Electric utilities in North Carolina and South Carolina report they have detected trace radiation from Japan's nuclear reactor accidents that followed an earthquake and tsunami. Full story...
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Critics target NC bill limiting DAs evidence risk

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Defense attorneys and people who were wrongly convicted after their lawyers did not get crucial investigative details are criticizing legislation proposed in North Carolina. Full story...
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Man killed as tree falls on truck in NC storms

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A Polk County man has died when a tree fell on his pickup truck during storms that moved across North Carolina Full story...
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NC crime lab bill unanimously approved by Senate

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Several changes designed to improve North Carolina's state crime lab and its credibility following a scathing report about past work is one vote away from Gov. Beverly Perdue's desk. Full story...
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More cell phone limits in car debated by NC House

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The latest effort to limit distracted drivers mashing down cell phone buttons or checking smartphone screens may split the top leaders in the North Carolina Legislature. Full story...
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Goolsby files involuntary annexation bill

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Legislation proposed in the North Carolina House and Senate would put a moratorium on involuntary annexations in the state. Full story...
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