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High school cancels controversial ‘Gender-Bender’ homecoming spirit day

Reid Ross Classical High School in Fayetteville has agreed to change a controversial spirit week theme after parents and advocates voiced concerns about the "Gender-Bender" day.

Appeals court: Cooper had power to fire ex-governor’s worker

A North Carolina appeals court says there was nothing unlawful about Gov. Roy Cooper’s administration firing an agency spokesman from when Republican predecessor Pat McCrory led state government.

9 Great white sharks suddenly show up near the Carolinas

It’s not officially Shark Week but for trackers along the East Coast, several great white sharks are putting on a show.

NC hurricane victim to make his school dreams come true with $200K prize

After suffering damage from hurricanes Matthew and Florence, a NC man said he plans to use a $200,000 lottery prize to rebuild his home and his dream of going to school.

SC drivers suffer hundreds in damages after being sold gas with water

Nearly 12 months ago, two South Carolina gas stations were cited for selling bad gas. Those stations were forced to stop selling the gas after test results revealed water, but not before two drivers were stuck with hundreds of dollars in repair bills.

More than $300,000 lost in Duke Energy power disconnection scam

If you get a call or voicemail that your power will be shut off, be on guard as it could be all a scam to get your money.

Group hopes to prevent ‘opossum dropping’ on New Year’s Eve

A movement is growing in North Carolina to prevent the act of so-called “opossum dropping.”

NC pecan growers prevail, good crop for Thanksgiving

The North Carolina pecan growers have a good crop ahead of the holidays despite a relatively dry summer and damages sustained during last year’s hurricane season.
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‘My lungs were shutting down:’ NC woman warns of vaping dangers

NC woman has been in the hospital for two months after developing a lung injury because of vaping.

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