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DA Office Will Not Investigate Aero in Kinston

Posted: 03/21/2007 - The state attorney general's office will not investigate whether a North Carolina company helped the C-I-A take terrorism suspects to countries where they may have been tortured.

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Winston-Salem District Court Judge Censored

Posted: 03/21/2007 - A state judicial oversight commission has recommended censuring a District Court judge who failed to disclose his relationship with a Winston-Salem attorney.

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New Welcome Centers In Randolph County

Posted: 03/21/2007 - Randolph County is about to get two new welcome centers, even though the county is nowhere near the state's borders.

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More Jobs in NC

Posted: 03/21/2007 - A textile manufacturer plans a 19 million dollar investment over the next three years for an expansion in Burke County that will create 61 jobs.

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Duplin County May Be Home To New Field Laboratory

Posted: 03/20/2007 - North Carolina State University research into fuels made from soybeans, chicken waste and other agricultural products would get a boost from a bill approved by a Senate committee.

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Fight Against Domestic Violence

Updated: 03/20/2007 - State domestic violence homicides are on the rise slightly, according to a new study by the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

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Update On Church Arson Investigation

Updated: 03/20/2007 - Local, state and federal investigators continue to search for leads and suspects in Greenville church fires.

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Churches Rebuild Following Arson

Updated: 03/20/2007 - It's been two months since an arsonist set fire to the Unity Free Will Baptist church and Memorial Baptist Church in Greenville.

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Nifong Lawyers File More Papers In His Defense

Posted: 03/20/2007 - Attorneys for the former prosecutor in the Duke lacrosse sexual assault case say their client didn't violate the constitutional rights of the three accused players.

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Sentence In Ferry Dredging Case

Posted: 03/20/2007 - A federal judge says North Carolina's former ferry division chief must serve six months under house arrest for lying to federal investigators about illegal dredging.

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