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Perdue speaks to members of NC labor federation

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North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue is urging union members to help her resist budget cuts promised by the new Republican-led legislature. Full story...
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NC appeals court hears charter school funding case

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A North Carolina appeals court will consider a charter school's lawsuit claiming its funding should be calculated from a pie that includes Head Start and other early childhood education funds. Full story...
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Organizers at NC State Fair want some changes

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The North Carolina state fairgrounds are in for a makeover, and some familiar buildings could soon be history. Full story...
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Perdue to announce first results on curbing rules

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Gov. Bev Perdue is ready to release the first round of results from an effort by her administration to eliminate North Carolina government rules she says defy common sense and create bureaucracy. Full story...
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Appeals court hears challenge to NC's smoking ban

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A lawsuit challenging North Carolina's law requiring restaurants and bars to be smoke-free is getting a hearing by appeals court judges. Full story...
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Reunion 50 years after bomber crash with nukes

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The plane was carrying two nuclear weapons, each one containing more than 200 times the power of the bombs that fell on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Full story...
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Wake Forest baseball coach donates kidney to player

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Wake Forest baseball coach Tom Walter has donated a kidney to a freshman player who suffers from a disease that can lead to kidney failure. Full story...
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Port City Java sold

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Steve Schnitzler, head of PCJ Ventures LLC, says the coffee house chain was bought Feb. 1 by Black Gold Holdings LLC, which is owned by Wilmington businessman W. Cecil Worsley, III, who also owns an oil and convenience store business in the area. Full story...
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Former ABC administrator appears in court

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Former New Hanover County ABC administrator Billy Williams made his first appearance in New Hanover County court Tuesday morning, pleading not guilty to felony charges claiming he paid for private construction on his property with public money. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 & THE BIG TALKER FM: Thompson won't run again in 2012

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This will be Jason Thompson's last term in elected office. At least for now. Full story...
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