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Court Keeps Life Sentence For Convicted Burglar

Appeals court overrules judge who said Larry Stubbs served enough time for a 1973 burglary.


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Obamacare Key Dates In 2014

Implementation of the health reform law continues through 2014 with these key dates.


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Wake Forest Gay Lawyers Group Offers Free Help

Gay and lesbian law students at Wake Forest University and their friends are out to offer their legal knowledge for free.


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SLED Getting $900,000 To Improve Background Checks For Guns

State law enforcement is receiving $900,000 from the federal government to improve background checks for guns bought in South Carolina.


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NC Senate Passes Gun Expansion, New Safeguards

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A measure adding more places to where people can carry or store concealed firearms in North Carolina and repealing a requirement to get a license to buy a handgun passed the North […]


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Kids Cyberbullying Teachers Outlawed

Nearly two dozen new laws taking effect on Saturday include one that extends a North Carolina crime against cyberbullying to also protect school employees.


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Tenn. Official Wants To Grant Beer Permits To Only English-Speaking People

One Knox County official does not want to grant someone a beer permit if they don’t speak English.


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South Carolina Fighting U.S. Government’s Request To Halt State’s Immigration Law

State officials want a federal judge to deny the U.S. government’s request to halt South Carolina’s illegal immigration law while a lawsuit goes forward.