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- Mississippi abortion law can’t be enforced
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- Middle Eastern firm’s deal to manage U.S. cargo port raises security concerns
Topic - Raleigh
Police are trying to figure out if a fatal shooting in Raleigh is linked to problems at a nearby nightclub.
Two churches in the Raleigh area have joined together to open a small nonprofit grocery store in a so-called food desert - an area where there are no grocery stores nearby.
A medical device manufacturer is closing its operations in Asheboro in a move that will eliminate as many as 600 jobs.
Legislation modifying North Carolina's tax rules and repealing some local business taxes next summer was signed quickly Thursday by Gov. Pat McCrory, even as municipalities are anxious for a long-term solution to avoid raising other taxes or cutting services.
A railroad festival at the N.C. Transportation Museum is putting the equipment of one of Amtrak's passenger trains on display.
North Carolina's new requirements for third-graders to show they're reading proficient and should be promoted were altered Wednesday by Senate Republicans in response to complaints from educators and parents about testing anxiety.
The U.S. Navy is sponsoring a conference which is designed to convince employers to hire a veteran.
John A. Byrd has been named the new director of the North Carolina State Crime Laboratory,
The weekly protesters at the North Carolina legislature call their charge against Republican policies a moral imperative. But it is a moral imperative replete with a Democratic agenda in an election year.
Three state agencies in North Carolina are preparing to welcome visitors to the state who plan to attend the U.S. Open and U.S. Women's Open in Pinehurst next month.
Figures from the state Department of Health and Human Services show that 107 people died from the flu in North Carolina this season, compared with 59 the previous season.
Protesters have scheduled a rally to renew their call on President Barack Obama to close the Guantanamo Bay detention facility.
The North Carolina House of Representatives is honoring its 220th anniversary by convening at the old State Capitol Building.
EPA reaches deal with Duke Energy to clean up coal ash spilled from plant into NC river.
A conservative fiscal group is trying to promote to television viewers and radio listeners the benefits of the tax overhaul law passed by North Carolina Republicans last year.