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Attorney General Stein files lawsuits against eight e-cigarette companies

State Attorney General Josh Stein has announced he will be filing lawsuits against eight additional e-cigarette companies.

Construction begins on dream tree house for terminally ill boy

Volunteers gathered in Durham to begin construction on a dream tree house for a terminally ill boy.

Judge tosses charges against 2 arrested in monument protest

The officer who arrested them testified that the students used profanity and that placing hoods on the statues was like a hate crime.

Missing 4-year-old from NC found in Texas, left with pimp

The Fayetteville Police Department said Friday that 4-year-old Aubriana Recinos was found at a home in Lewisville, Texas.

Waiting-in-line badge: NC airport overwhelmed by Boy Scouts

American Airlines operates a hub out of Charlotte and reported that 70 percent of its flights were held Friday to try to accommodate passengers stuck in security lines.

Fayetteville 8-year-old in desperate need of kidney donor

A Fayetteville grandmother is desperately trying to find a kidney donor for her 8-year-old grandson.

NC State corpse plant expected to bloom by end of the week

It's a sight to see and smell. Three years ago about 5,000 people came to check out NC State's massive corpse flower. By the end of the week, it's expected to bloom again.

School bus driver suspected of setting up hit on student, Durham Police say

Durham police officers said they believe a school bus driver may have ordered someone to shoot a 17-year-old Northern High School student.

Raleigh doll camp takes children back to yesteryear

A unique summer camp in Raleigh allows children to play with dolls in a historic home that looks like a dollhouse.

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