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Leaders vote to remove Confederate statue on courthouse grounds in NC town

Chatham County Commissioners voted to end a 1907 agreement allowing a Confederate monument to remain outside the historic courthouse in Pittsboro.

NC sheriff: Man confessed to killing teen daughter

Deputies in North Carolina say a man walked into a sheriff's office and confessed to killing his 15-year-old daughter.

UNC, NC State announce plans for alcohol sales during football games

Following a law change in North Carolina, NC State and UNC announced plans to sell alcohol to the public inside their football stadiums.

NC gov brings in teachers to build budget pressure

Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper is meeting with North Carolina public school teachers to try to build additional pressure upon Republicans to resolve the two-month budget stalemate to his liking.

Immigration bill responding to dissenting sheriffs reappears

Immigration law-enforcement legislation that North Carolina Republicans have idled for months in the General Assembly is back in gear.

Innocence hearing to begin for NC man serving life sentence

A North Carolina man who confessed to a fatal stabbing in 1979 is getting a chance to prove his innocence during a hearing before three judges.

Sheriff: Man found in teen girl’s closet during a drug call

Deputies in South Carolina say they found a man in a teen girl's closet while responding to a call about the smell of marijuana coming from her room.

NC police officer makes live organ donations

Gastonia police Officer Zachery Lechette gave up a kidney and more than half of his liver to save the lives of two strangers. "I've always tried to help people -- organ donation, blood donation, bone marrow donation," Lechette said. "It just seemed like the next logical step."

Durham boy with terminal illness wishes for a tree house

A Durham boy with a terminal illness has a wish: to have his own tree house. Lorenzo Andrade-Cruz, 8, has ALD, a genetic condition that affects the brain.

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