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Cooper: Crime rate in NC reaches 33-year low

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Crime in North Carolina has fallen to its lowest levels since the 1970s, with the murder rate lower than at any time since record-keeping began. Full story...
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Bill about Camp Lejeune water passes Senate panel

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A bill requiring the federal government to provide treatment for veterans and their family members who developed health problems from being exposed to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune has passed a US Senate committee. Full story...
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US appeals court upholds Obama health care law

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A federal appeals court in Cincinnati has upheld President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. Full story...
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Parachute design questioned in Fort Bragg death

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The Army is investigating the death of an 82nd Airborne paratrooper who died during weekend training in North Carolina while using a new style of parachute. Full story...
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Kudzu Jesus discovered in Lenoir County

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Many Christians believe Jesus can be found anywhere. In southern Lenoir County, he may be found on a utility pole. Full story...
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Man walking downtown shot in jaw

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According to the victim, the assailants began to run away toward Fourth Street, but then turned around and shot him in the jaw. Full story...
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Bank of America in $8.5B mortgage settlement

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Bank of America and its Countrywide unit will pay $8.5 billion to settle claims that the lenders sold poor-quality mortgage-backed securities that went sour when the housing market collapsed. Full story...
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Sanford man shoots himself while showing safety

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Lee County sheriff's deputies say a Sanford man shot and killed himself while showing friends the safety of his new gun. Full story...
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Statesville cab driver killed over cab fare

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Police say a cab driver has been shot to death in Statesville. Full story...
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Ban on plastic bags returns to Outer Banks

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Soon there won't be a question of paper or plastic on the Outer Banks. Full story...
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