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Festive English pub has $1,700 a week electric bill

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The Hanging Gate Pub has a jaw-dropping electricity bill at this time of year: $1700 a week. More>>

Twins face more prostitution charges

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Twins who were arrested for prostitution in July now face new prostitution charges. More>>

Hundreds of kids get bikes as widow continues Bike Man tradition

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Hundreds of children poured into a warehouse near Hope Mills Saturday as the Bicycle Man's legacy continued. More>>

Mother says Raleigh Police didn't need to shoot her son Video included

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For Gabrielle Brown, getting the call that her son had been shot Wednesday morning was a nightmare. More>>

NY politician who followed Duke porn star says Twitter was hacked

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A New York politician says his Twitter account was hacked after a newspaper discovered he was following a Duke University student who also stars in pornography. More>>

SUV overturns on Raleigh's Glenwood Ave.

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An overturned vehicle caused traffic backups on I-440 Saturday morning More>>

Drunk driver knocks out power for hundreds in Clayton

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Kylie Rose Severino, 19, of Torrey Pines Drive in Clayton has been charged with DUI after police say she drove off the road and into power lines. More>>

Zach's Toy Chest inspired sick children in hospitals Video included

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Zach Schwab was only 9 months old, his mother said, when his family discovered he had cancer. More>>

Fuquay woman killed in Ala. accident; family still looking for dog

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A woman from Fuquay-Varina was killed Thursday in an accident along Interstate 65 in Mobile. More>>

Fayetteville area veterans voice concerns at VA town halls

Fayetteville VA medical center director Elizabeth Goolsby listened to concerns at two town halls on Friday. Fayetteville VA medical center director Elizabeth Goolsby listened to concerns at two town halls on Friday.
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The Fayetteville Veterans Affairs Medical Center hosted a second pair of town hall meetings on Friday.
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4 NC stores among those impacted in Staples data breach

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The office supply retailer said in October that it was looking into a potential credit card breach, adding to a long list of retailers recently hit by cyberattacks. More>>

EPA announces new coal ash regulations Video included

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Environmental Protection Agency administrators announced Friday afternoon the first national regulations to provide for the safe disposal of coal ash from coal-fired power plants. More>>

NC insurance commissioner denies rate hike request Video included

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North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin denied a request by insurance companies to raise homeowners' rates. More>>

Goldsboro woman charged with stealing $4,200

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A Goldsboro woman is charged with stealing $4,200 from a home in Wayne County. More>>

Legislature, Congress maps upheld by NC high court

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The North Carolina Supreme Court has upheld the boundary lines for General Assembly and congressional districts drawn by Republicans three years ago that helped the GOP strengthen its grip on legislative seats. More>>

NC unemployment rate falls to 5.8 percent in Nov.

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North Carolina's unemployment rate fell to 5.8 percent and employers added 16,000 nonfarm jobs in November. More>>

Man charged with choking, stabbing woman with screwdriver

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Jermond Mon'ya Freeman, 32, was arrested Thursday at 4:10 p.m. More>>

NC abortion rules discussed at hearing Video included

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The public is invited to weigh in on proposed changes to rules governing abortion clinics in North Carolina. More>>

Obama: Sony 'made a mistake' in pulling 'The Interview'

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President Barack Obama said he believes Sony “made a mistake” in pulling the film “The Interview.” More>>

#2014in5Words lights up social media

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So what do you have to say about 2014?And can you say it in five words? More>>

Fort Bragg ceremony marks end of Afghanistan mission

The uncasing ceremony marks the return of hundreds of soldiers from the mission in Afghanistan. The uncasing ceremony marks the return of hundreds of soldiers from the mission in Afghanistan.
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The XVIII Airborne Corp, based at Fort Bragg, held an “Uncasing of Colors” ceremony on Friday morning, marking its return to the Army post. More>>

Thousands of toys given to kids of NC military families Video included

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Christmas came early for hundreds of children of military families Friday morning in Cary. More>>

1,000 Ft. Bragg paratroopers to deploy to Iraq in January

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About 1,000 paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg is scheduled to deploy to Southwest Asia next month. More>>

Teen driver charged in Johnston Co. bus crash

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A Johnston County school bus was involved in a crash Friday morning on U.S. 70 Business near Swift Creek Road in Smithfield, according to Highway Patrol. More>>

Durham Bulls' Montoyo promoted to Tampa Bay coaching staff

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The Tampa Bay Rays announced Friday that Durham Bulls manager Charlie Montoyo has joined the team's staff as the club's third base coach. More>>

Burning odor closes CHCCS central office

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Lincoln Center, the central office for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools was evacuated Friday morning after an intense burning odor was noticed in the building, school officials said. More>>

Police, US Marshals arrest robbery suspect at Durham motel

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The Durham Police Department and U.S. Marshals arrested a man Thursday who was wanted in connection with a Dec. 12 robbery. More>>

ECU trustees delay renaming campus Aycock building

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Trustees at East Carolina University aren't ready to rename a campus dormitory honoring former Gov. Charles Aycock, who improved North Carolina's education system but promoted white supremacy. More>>

EPA expected to treat coal ash waste like garbage Video included

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Environmentalists and industry experts widely expect the first federal standards for the waste generated from coal burned for electricity to treat the ash like household garbage, rather than a hazardous material. More>>

Groups plan bike giveaways to brighten Christmas

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Families who are struggling to provide gifts at Christmas are getting some help from traditional sources in two North Carolina cities. More>>

Wake school board member's T-shirt sparks debate Video included

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Opening statements are nothing new for members of the Wake County School Board, but on Tuesday night, board member Keith Sutton made his statement with his wardrobe. More>>

Sheriff gets 2nd NC honor despite federal lawsuit

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Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson is claiming North Carolina's highest civilian honor for a second time despite a federal lawsuit accusing him of racial profiling. More>>

Proposal to streamline NC systems could cost $300 million

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The legislature directed executive branch leaders last summer to come up with a strategy for what's called Enterprise Resource Planning. More>>

Pitch made for new NC info technology department

Gov. Pat McCrory's administration wants lawmakers next year to create a Cabinet-level department that would consolidate control and management over scores of computer networks and hundreds of information technology... More>>

Canceling 'The Interview' rocks Hollywood

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Sony's decision to cancel "The Interview" in the face of terrorist threats is already affecting the way Hollywood does business.  More>>

Ala. man charged with sex acts with daughter and suffocating her

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Disturbing details have emerged in the case of an Alabama man charged in the disappearance and death of his 8-year-old daughter. More>>

Raleigh Police search for 3 who assaulted man at ATM

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Raleigh Police are looking for three men who beat up a man at an ATM and stole his cash and wristwatch Nov. 25. More>>

Domestic violence can have long-lasting impact on children Video included

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The effect on children who are involved in domestic violence incidents can be longlasting and profound, and a local domestic violence support group said. More>>

Jack Britt school threat was 'a hoax' Video included

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Attendance was lower than normal at Jack Britt High School on Thursday after a rumored threat of violence. More>>

Grateful Wake Co. parents pick out donated toys for kids Video included

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Christmas is only one week away, and in Wake County on Thursday, thousands of parents got some help Thursday in helping make sure their children have plenty of toys to unwrap Christmas morning. More>>

Committee approves fracking rules

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The state Rules Review Commission on Wednesday approved more than 100 rules, the majority of them related to fracking. More>>

Clever Wolfpack athletics video celebrates season

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The N.C. State athletics department is looking to share the holiday spirit with a YouTube video that has a up-beat look behind the scenes at the school. More>>

Chapel Hill counselor wins $1 million prize

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Linda Hammock, an addiction counselor from Chapel Hill, has won a $1 million prize in the $120 Million Cash game. More>>

Company that targeted NC military families must forgive debts

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A furniture retailer that targeted North Carolina military consumers with unfair practices is now being forced to forgive debts and pay refunds, Attorney General Roy Cooper announced Thursday. More>>

2 sought in Chapel Hill for breaking into car, using stolen credit cards

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The Chapel Hill Police Department is seeking help in identifying two people wanted for questioning for crimes which occurred in Chapel Hill and surrounding communities. More>>

Tips on how to deal with holiday stress

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The holidays are supposed to be the “most wonderful time of the year,” and yet they have a way of turning into the most stressful. More>>

NC health officials report 5th flu death

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A fifth person has died from the flu, North Carolina health officials reported Thursday. The most recent death was an adult between the ages of 50-64. More>>

911 calls provide details in Wake murder-suicide

Wake County Sheriff Donnie Harrison said a 32-year-old woman and 47-year-old man died in an apparent murder suicide. Wake County Sheriff Donnie Harrison said a 32-year-old woman and 47-year-old man died in an apparent murder suicide.
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Recently released 911 calls are shedding new light on an apparent murder-suicide in Wake County at a home off of Huntwyck Drive in Raleigh. More>>

Raleigh man charged with indecent liberties with a child

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Raleigh Police have charged a man with indecent liberties with a child after police said he communicated electronically with two 15-year-old boys. More>>

Teen, woman charged in shooting death near Cumberland Co. Courthouse

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A Fayetteville teen and woman have been charged in connection with the shooting death of a 25-year-old man near the Cumberland County Courthouse on Wednesday. More>>

Man indicted in death of vet at Greensboro hotel

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A Greensboro man has been indicted in the fatal assault of a man at a hotel. More>>

Student remains on bus all day, driver charged

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A school bus drive in Madison County is charged with misdemeanor child abuse after a kindergarten student remained on a bus all day. More>>

Satellite images show how holiday lights brighten the night

A study of nighttime illumination during holidays shows that in many cities, lights are up to 50 percent brighter during the festive season. A study of nighttime illumination during holidays shows that in many cities, lights are up to 50 percent brighter during the festive season.
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A study of nighttime illumination during holidays shows that in many cities, lights are up to 50 percent brighter during the festive season.
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Authorities investigate fire at NC assisted living facility

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Authorities are investigating a fire at an assisted living facility in Taylorsville. More>>

3 kids in home at time of Wake Co. murder-suicide Video included

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Wake County Sheriff's Office said two people are dead in a murder-suicide in the 9900 block of Huntwyck Drive in Raleigh. More>>

NC Central gets approval to offer new program

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N.C. Central University will be offering a new major to its students beginning next fall. More>>

Caught On Camera: Santa scopes out WNCN studio Video included

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WNCN's security cameras caught Santa checking out the news studio before he makes his Christmas journey this year. More>>

Tell us your favorite Christmas movie

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Christmas is the time of the year when you can't turn on the TV without surfing past either "Home Alone" or "Christmas Vacation." More>>

Cuban-American in Cary has mixed feelings on new policy Video included

Robert Cardoso says he has mixed feelings about President Obama's policy shift on Cuba. Robert Cardoso says he has mixed feelings about President Obama's policy shift on Cuba.
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The Triangle's Cuban-American population is reacting to news the United States will restore diplomatic relations with Cuba. More>>

Man arrested after stealing package off doorstep Video included

Police charged Maurice Allen, 44, with attempted larceny. Police charged Maurice Allen, 44, with attempted larceny.
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Raleigh police arrested a man it said tried to steal a package off of someone's front porch Nov. 20. More>>

Military family burglarized before the holidays Video included

The Ramanna family's home was burglarized while they were away, and now they are left to pick up the pieces shortly before the holidays. The Ramanna family's home was burglarized while they were away, and now they are left to pick up the pieces shortly before the holidays.
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The Ramanna family's home was burglarized while they were away, and now they are left to pick up the pieces shortly before the holidays. More>>

Analysts question McCrory's payout disclosure

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Political analysts from both parties said they had concerns Wednesday about whether North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory had been forthcoming about payments of more than $185,000 in cash and stock that he accepted from a Charlotte mortgage broker after he took office last year. More>>

Tillis displeased with US-Cuba announcement

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North Carolina's next U.S. senator says President Barack Obama's decision to make sweeping changes now to American and Cuban relations is a bad idea and should have come only after more Cuban government and human rights reforms. More>>

Skydiver caught in tree by shoe in Franklin Co.

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A skydiver was stuck in a tree by his shoe in Franklin County Wednesday, authorities said. More>>

1 dead after shooting near Cumberland Co. Courthouse Video included

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Fayetteville police are on the scene of a shooting at the Cumberland County Courthouse.
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Police search for suspect in Goldsboro bank robbery

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Police in Goldsboro are searching for the suspect in a bank robbery Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Commissioners oppose plan to dispose coal ash in Chatham, Lee counties Video included

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The Chatham County Board of Commissioners adopted a resolution Monday opposing Duke Energy's plan to dispose of coal ash in mines located in Moncure and Sanford. More>>

Police arrest man wanted in 4 armed robberies

Police used a CrimeStoppers tip to locate and arrest Harold Eugene McDuffie at the Carolina Motor Inn at 2533 Gillespie Street Wednesday evening. Police used a CrimeStoppers tip to locate and arrest Harold Eugene McDuffie at the Carolina Motor Inn at 2533 Gillespie Street Wednesday evening.
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Fayetteville police arrested a 41-year-old man and charged him in connection with the armed robbery of the Family Dollar Store on Person Street. More>>

Father of Cumberland County sexual assault suspect apologizes to victims Video included

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Two men suspected of recently sexually assaulting three women in the Fayetteville area made their first court appearances on Wednesday. The father of one suspect apologized to the victims.
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Raleigh police identify subjects in officer-involved shooting Video included

Police said officers were dispatched to 3824 Barrett Dr. in response to a call concerning an assault that was in progress. Police said officers were dispatched to 3824 Barrett Dr. in response to a call concerning an assault that was in progress.
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Raleigh Police are on the scene of a shooting in the 3800 block of Barrett Drive. More>>

Dan Blue to remain NC Senate minority leader

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North Carolina Senate Democrats are keeping veteran lawmaker Dan Blue of Raleigh as their leader for the next two years and chose a relative newcomer as minority whip. More>>

Raleigh police make arrest in 1996 murder of Shaw student

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Raleigh police arrested a 40-year-old man for the 1996 death of a Shaw University student. More>>

Broker Tree.com defends McCrory stock payout Video included

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An online mortgage broker says it rightfully paid Gov. Pat McCrory for his board service, as it would "every other director." More>>

McCrory received payout from broker after taking office

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Soon after taking office, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory and U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford of South Carolina accepted six-figure stock payouts from an online mortgage broker accused by regulators of deceiving its customers. More>>

Permanent repairs to be made at area of Raleigh sinkhole

A broken drainage pipe created a sinkhole on Hammond Road in Raleigh in September. A broken drainage pipe created a sinkhole on Hammond Road in Raleigh in September.
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Crews will begin to permanently repair a drainage problem that created a sinkhole on Hammond Road near Rush Street in Raleigh in September. More>>

3 judges appointed to hear NC innocence case

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North Carolina's chief justice has assigned three judges to hear the innocence case of a 70-year-old man who's behind bars for the murders of a mother and daughter almost 40 years ago. More>>

Crowd pepper sprayed after altercation at Fayetteville mall

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The Fayetteville Police Department is investigating an incident where an off-duty officer used pepper spray to control a crowd of people waiting in line for a popular basketball shoe outside Cross Creek Mall in Fayetteville. More>>

Fayetteville drops idea of youth curfew

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Fayetteville officials have dropped the idea of imposing a curfew on juveniles. More>>

Raleigh McDonald's employee injured during armed robbery

A Raleigh McDonald’s employee was injured during an armed robbery Wednesday morning, police said. A Raleigh McDonald’s employee was injured during an armed robbery Wednesday morning, police said.
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A Raleigh McDonald's employee was injured during an armed robbery Wednesday morning, police said. More>>

Propane leak prompts evacuation of a few homes in Bunn

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A propane tank leak at Bunn Exxon Wednesday morning prompted the evacuations of a few houses, the Bunn Police Department said. More>>

Suspects in Cumberland Co. sexual assaults arrested Video included

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Law enforcement officers in Cumberland County have arrested two men wanted on charges of sexually assaulting and robbing two women over the weekend.

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Accountant accused of embezzling from NC country club

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An accountant has been accused of embezzling from the Wilson Country Club. More>>

Cary group plans vigil to remember victims of Pakistan attack Video included

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A local organization plans to hold a vigil Wednesday to remember the victims of Tuesday's attack on a military-run school in Peshawar, Pakistan.
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11th anniversary of flight to be celebrated in NC

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The First Flight Society and the National Park Service are marking the 111th anniversary of the first powered flight by Orville and Wilbur Wright with several events in Kill Devil Hills. More>>

NC school board looks at virtual charter schools

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A panel picked by North Carolina's statewide school board plans to talk to the companies who want to open the state's first online-only charter schools. More>>

Man found shot to death in SUV in Durham

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Durham police are investigating a homicide after a man was found shot to death inside an SUV at the intersection of Concord and Cecil streets. More>>

25-year-old missing man may be a danger to himself

Emanuel McIntyre Jr., 25, finished his shift at Casual Jack's on Skibo Road around 4 p.m. Tuesday and never made contact with his family afterwards, police said. Emanuel McIntyre Jr., 25, finished his shift at Casual Jack's on Skibo Road around 4 p.m. Tuesday and never made contact with his family afterwards, police said.
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Fayetteville police said a man reported missing Tuesday may be a danger to himself. More>>

Wake Co. school board debates pay raise distribution Video included

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The Wake County school board is discussing how and when to distribute $3.7 million allocated by county commissioners for teacher pay raises. More>>

New section of Cape Fear River Trail dedicated to 'Bicycle Man' Video included

A plaque marks the trail head dedicated to Moses Mathis on the Cape Fear River Trail. A plaque marks the trail head dedicated to Moses Mathis on the Cape Fear River Trail.
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An extension of Fayetteville's Cape Fear River Trail officially opened Tuesday, and the trail head was dedicated to Moses Mathis – known as the “Bicycle Man.” More>>

Woman, 80, killed as Raleigh-to-Charlotte train hits van in Mebane Video included

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An Amtrak train has hit a car that was on the track in Mebane.Officials were on the scene early Tuesday afternoon. More>>

Durham teen who was shot in head dies Video included

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Delonta Hart is a student at Northern Durham High School and is in the hospital in critical condition.  More>>

Police say anarchist groups incited recent Durham protests Video included

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A report released Tuesday on recent protests in Durham suggests an anarchist group may be responsible for aggravating demonstrators. More>>

NC group wants Duke Energy to slow plants building

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.NC WARN wants federal regulators to investigate whether Duke Energy should buy power from other Southeast electricity producers. More>>

Durham officers assaulted during Dec. 5 protest, report says Video included

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A report released Tuesday by Durham City Manager Thomas Bonfield tells a very different story than than the one presented by protesters on Dec. 5. More>>

Police release images of Crabtree jeweler robbery suspects Video included

Raleigh police released images of the three suspects in a robbery at a store in Crabtree Valley Mall. Raleigh police released images of the three suspects in a robbery at a store in Crabtree Valley Mall.
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Raleigh police released images of three suspects it said smashed glasses cases to take wristwatches during a robbery Monday at the Sydney Thomas Jewelers store at Crabtree Valley Mall. More>>

Man given 12 years in prison for 1971 murder

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A judge has sentenced a 70-year-old man to 12 years in prison for killing of a Raleigh cab driver in 1971. More>>

NC Sen.-elect Tillis bringing in mix of staff

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Thom Tillis' U.S. Senate office staff will include Capitol Hill veterans and aides who worked with him in North Carolina. More>>

NC education standards panel to get funds, leader says

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Academic Standards Review Commission Co-Chairman Andre Peek says legislators have told him the commission will be properly funded.

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Appeals court: Don't evict Goldsboro woman with no hand in drugs

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An appeals court says it would be "unconscionable" for a woman to be evicted from public housing because a babysitting friend was caught with marijuana. More>>

Audit: NC employee improperly paid $9,400 to commute

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The North Carolina Department of Labor improperly paid an employee more than $9,400 to commute 100 miles from the worker's home in Lexington. More>>

Locklear family, supporters push for tough penalties for her killers Video included

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Two people charged in the death of Danielle Locklear were scheduled for a court hearing Tuesday morning. More>>

Battle of Bulge veterans return on 70th anniversary Video included

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One of the most important turning points in World War II was the Battle of the Bulge.Vastly outnumbered Allied forces held off a blitz of Nazi forces in the snow-bound forests of Belgium. More>>

Lennon Lacy's mom: My son didn't kill himself, he was lynched Video included

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The FBI is looking into the death of Lennon Lacy, and the local and state investigations that followed after his body was found dangling from a swing set.

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Police search for driver in fatal crash on Durham Freeway

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Police are searching for the driver in a fatal crash on the Durham Freeway in November. More>>

UNC student says church members beat him up because he's gay Video included

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A UNC Chapel Hill student says members of his church in his hometown of Spindale beat him up because he's gay.

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2 killed in crash on US 70 near Goldsboro

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Two people were killed Monday afternoon in a collision on U.S. 70 near Goldsboro. More>>

Attempted kidnapping victim says screaming spooked her attacker Video included

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The victim of an attempted kidnapping in Garner says her attacker was scared off when she began to scream for her life. More>>

Suspect steals cash register after beating store clerk with stick

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Police say a man attacked a Durham convenience store clerk with a stick Monday morning and fled the store with the cash register. More>>

Wake Co. school bus driver arrested on drug, child abuse charges

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A Wake Count school bus driver has been suspended after being arrested Friday on drug and child abuse charges. More>>

Tillis serving on 2 military-related Senate panels

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Thom Tillis will serve on two military-related committees important to N.C. residents when he officially joins the U.S. Senate next month. More>>

2 men wanted for 3 Fayetteville area sexual assaults Video included

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The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office and the Fayetteville Police Department are searching for two men wanted in connection with the sexual assault and armed robbery of two women over the weekend.
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NC bill would prohibit 'discriminatory profiling' by police Video included

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Lawmakers and social justice activists say it's time the General Assembly discusses how to improve relations between police and citizens, particularly young black men. More>>

Leaf truck rolls into Fayetteville home after driver says brakes fail

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A leaf pick-up truck rolled into a home on Edenwood Drive Monday afternoon in Fayetteville.

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Child safety task force rejects stop arm camera proposal Video included

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North Carolina's Child Fatality Task Force rejected the proposal to put stop arm cameras on all buses when they met Monday. More>>

McCrory names Raleigh native Broughton to staff

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Gov. Pat McCrory has named a well-known lobbyist who previously worked for U.S. Sen. Jesse Helms as a new deputy chief of staff. More>>

16-year-old shot in Durham

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Police say a 16-year-old was critically injured in a shooting Monday afternoon on Dearborn Drive in Durham. More>>

Police suggest vigilance after 2 packages stolen in Wake Forest

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The Wake Forest Police Department is warning homeowners to be vigilant when they have parcels delivered to their homes. More>>

Former Raleigh City Council member Nooe, 68, dies

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Former Raleigh City Councilwoman Mary Watson Nooe died Sunday. She was 68 years old. More>>

3 suspects sought in Crabtree Valley Mall jewelry store robbery

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Raleigh police say a jewelry store inside Crabtree Valley Mall was robbed Monday afternoon. More>>

Fayetteville's Prince Charles Hotel sells for $200k at auction Video included

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After sitting vacant for nearly five years, the Prince Charles Hotel sold Monday at auction. More>>

NC gas tax going up 1 cent in January

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The price at the pump keeps falling, but motorists in North Carolina will see the gasoline tax increase slightly Jan. 1. More>>

Suspect arrested in fatal shooting at Fayetteville house party

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One suspect is in custody and police are continuing to search for a second in connection with a fatal shooting Saturday in Fayetteville. More>>

Rutherfordton man wins $4 million lottery prize

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“I didn't believe my eyes,” Henry Smith said. More>>

Gas leak reported in Fayetteville

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A gas line leak closed traffic on McPherson Avenue Monday morning after a landscaping crew hit the line. More>>

Garner police search for suspect in attempted kidnapping Video included

Police say a woman reported than a man attempted to kidnap her from Abberly Place Apartments in Garner. Police say a woman reported than a man attempted to kidnap her from Abberly Place Apartments in Garner.
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Police are search for a man accused of attempting to kidnap a woman early Sunday morning from a Garner apartment complex. More>>

Girl run over by float in NC Christmas parade

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A girl has been hurt after being pulled underneath a float during the Weaverville Christmas Parade. More>>

Magnitude 3.0 earthquake reported south of Lenoir

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No injuries have been reported after an early morning earthquake in Caldwell County. More>>

Police search for 2 suspects in shooting, attempted robbery at hotel

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Police are searching for two suspects in an attempted robbery and shooting at a hotel on Appliance Court in Raleigh. More>>

Police investigate fatal shooting at Fayetteville house party

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Police are investigating a fatal shooting Saturday at a party on Prestige Boulevard in Fayetteville.

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Holt Foundation brightens spirits of children as parents battle cancer Video included

Pleasant Valley Bowling Lanes in Raleigh hosted former North Carolina State University and NFL football standouts Torry and Terrence Holt as they welcomed children who have a parent or grandparent fighting cancer. Pleasant Valley Bowling Lanes in Raleigh hosted former North Carolina State University and NFL football standouts Torry and Terrence Holt as they welcomed children who have a parent or grandparent fighting cancer.
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Durham City Council to consider resolution backing Loretta Lynch nomination

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New York woman is 103, and still ringing for Salvation Army Video included

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Texas county welcomes newest deputy -- Taylor the Elf Video included

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  • EPA announces new coal ash regulations

    EPA announces new coal ash regulations

    Friday, December 19 2014 5:31 PM EST2014-12-19 22:31:07 GMT
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    Environmental Protection Agency administrators announced Friday afternoon the first national regulations to provide for the safe disposal of coal ash from coal-fired power plants.
    Environmental Protection Agency administrators announced Friday afternoon the first national regulations to provide for the safe disposal of coal ash from coal-fired power plants.
  • Proposal to streamline NC systems could cost $300 million

    Proposal to streamline NC systems could cost $300 million

    Thursday, December 18 2014 10:52 PM EST2014-12-19 03:52:13 GMT
    The legislature directed executive branch leaders last summer to come up with a strategy for what's called Enterprise Resource Planning.
    The legislature directed executive branch leaders last summer to come up with a strategy for what's called Enterprise Resource Planning.
  • Committee approves fracking rules

    Committee approves fracking rules

    Thursday, December 18 2014 4:24 PM EST2014-12-18 21:24:04 GMT
    The state Rules Review Commission on Wednesday approved more than 100 rules, the majority of them related to fracking.
    The state Rules Review Commission on Wednesday approved more than 100 rules, the majority of them related to fracking.
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