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Students Not Legally In The Country Lobby For In-State Tuition

Some college students participated in a mock graduation at the General Assembly, asking North Carolina lawmakers to extend in-state tuition rates to students who are not in the country legally.


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North Carolina Supreme Court Strikes Down Cellphone Law

Chapel Hill’s law banning cellphone use while driving has been struck down by the North Carolina Supreme Court.


Recently released government documents show a nuclear accident nearly destroyed part of North Carolina in 1961. (Getty Images)

Report: Nuclear Weapons Accident Nearly Destroyed Parts Of North Carolina In 1961

A plane carrying live nuclear bombs crashed over Goldsboro in 1961.


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Get A Taste For These Local Breweries In North Carolina

Every person enjoys relaxing after a hard day of work and those above the age of 21 can’t say no to a cold one. Here’s a list of breweries in North Carolina that may provide a your taste buds with a little home-brew jealously.


A generous benefactor returned to tip Shaina Brown $1,000 after the company refused to honor his credit card purchase. (Getty Images)

Waitress Gets $1,000 Tip After Waffle House Said No

A generous benefactor returned to tip Shaina Brown $1,000 after the company refused to honor his credit card purchase.


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Tanning Group Backs NC Ban For Youth Salon Use

An effort in North Carolina’s legislature to prohibit anyone under age 18 from using local tanning salons got delayed in the Senate last year.


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Candidate Aiken Says People See Him Differently

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Congressional candidate Clay Aiken says voters in North Carolina are getting a different look at him from his “American Idol” background. Aiken told NBC’s “Today” show Tuesday that music has opened doors […]


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U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan Introducing Bill To Help Historically Black Colleges

U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan is introducing a bill to strengthen the nation’s historically black colleges and universities.


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Elections Director Regrets Website Errors

North Carolina’s elections director is expressing regret that a programing error resulted in incorrect data for the number of precincts reporting results being displayed on the state’s website as ballots were being counted.


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Early Voting Period For NC Primary Wrapping Up

Candidates and their volunteers are canvassing polls this weekend as the time to vote in person before Tuesday’s North Carolina primary is winding down.





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