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Pantano raises $200k for campaign

The North Carolina Republican running for the U.S. House says he has raised almost $200,000 from grass roots supporters in his bid to unseat seven-term Democratic Rep. Mike McIntyre.

Back from vacation, LaNasa continues tax vote battle

video Justin LaNasa continues fighting the county's new sales tax hike by holding the county to the letter of the law. Though the bickering continues, some county commissioners say they're on track to get the tax enacted by October 1.

Iler disappointed House didn’t vote on terminal groins

The state legislature worked into Saturday morning before it finally ended session for this year. Representatives will not meet again in Raleigh until next year unless a special session is called.

Bladen Sheriff snubs commission; does not attend special meeting

video The newly appointed Bladen County Sheriff was nowhere to be found at a meeting called to determine his future with the department. Some county commissioners and the standing room only crowd are still searching for answers.

ONLY ON 3: Soles, Boseman end historic careers in legislature

video The two have made history. Julia Boseman is the first openly gay senator. With 42 years in the House and Senate, R.C. Soles has served longer than any other legislator ever. The two say despite some bumps in the road, it's been a memorable run, and they hope to remain active in their communities.

Titan could get boost if bill passes final reading

The House voted 78-29 today to tentatively approve the proposal supporters say is needed after a decision involving Titan America's proposed plant.

ONLY ON 3: Did state make mistake that could cost New Hanover $1 million?

video We reported last night the county was moving forward to certify the vote after the state formally notified former County Commission candidate Justin LaNasa by mail that his appeal of the vote had been denied. We have now learned that the way LaNasa was served by mail may not be adequate under the law.

LaNasa served; Board to certify tax vote next week

The board was supposed to meet this Friday, but it had to wait until Justin LaNasa could be served with a state order dismissing his challenge of the vote.

Burr leads Marshall in Senate poll; Libertarian gets support

A new poll in North Carolina's Senate race shows Elaine Marshall's post run-off bump is gone, but the bigger news may be the level of interest in the Libertarian candidate.

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