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Experts say EEE cases could increase this year, recommend vaccinations

Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler is encouraging North Carolina horse owners to have their animals vaccinated against Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis.

Town Hall for veterans, family, public scheduled in Fayetteville

Veterans, family members, and the public are invited to a Town Hall at Fayetteville VA Medical Center to ask questions and voice concerns.

Bill on concealed-carry permit clears House, heads to Senate

North Carolina is a step closer to allowing people to carry a concealed handgun in certain places without a permit.

Wild photo contest underway in NC

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is accepting entries to its 13th annual Wildlife in North Carolina Photo Competition until 5 p.m., Sept. 1, 2017.
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Gov. Cooper presses lawmakers to redraw maps now

North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper is pushing Republican state legislators to immediately redraw General Assembly districts, now that the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed that nearly 30 House and Senate maps are illegal racial gerrymanders.

House to weigh in on move to end concealed-carry permit

A bill that would allow someone to carry a concealed handgun without a permit in North Carolina is nearing another hurdle.
Lt. Col. Jennifer Grieves (Photo: US Marine Corps)

First woman to pilot presidential helicopter relieved of command at MCAS New River

The first woman to pilot the presidential helicopter has been relived of her command of a Marine Corps unit based in southeastern North Carolina.

Push to move up North Carolina primaries nears last hurdle

The House scheduled debate to permanently change the primaries from a May date to one in March.

Mistrial declared in NC church minister’s trial

A judge cited a juror's misbehavior and declared a mistrial in the case of a North Carolina church minister accused in the beating of a congregant who says he was attacked to expel his "homosexual demons."

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