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UNC President Wants Concealed Weapons Kept Off Campus

Updated: 04/30/2013 - UNC President Tom Ross says campus leaders and police chiefs are worried that allowing those weapons would increase public safety risks and hamper their ability to protect people on campus.

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Fog Prompting School Delays

Posted: 04/30/2013 - Gates County Schools and Hertford County Schools are running on a delay this morning due to heavy fog.

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House Bill Requires Schools To Keep Epi-Pens

Updated: 04/23/2013 - A House bill approved by the Education Committee on Tuesday would require all public, charter and regional schools to keep at least two epinephrine pens on hand to be administered by trained personnel.

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TEACHER OF THE WEEK: Rae-Ann Daughtry

Updated: 04/17/2013 - The Teacher of the Week for Wednesday, April 17th is Rae-Ann Daughtry from South Creek High School in Robersonville in Martin County.

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NC House To Debate Education Credits

Posted: 04/16/2013 - Some North Carolina lawmakers want to turn tax credits for parents of children with disabilities or other special needs into cash grants so more low-income people can benefit.

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UNC Will Name Next Chancellor Friday Afternoon

Posted: 04/12/2013 - The governing board of North Carolina's public university system is set to name the new leader for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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Berger Nixes UNC Campus Closings In Senate Budget

Posted: 04/10/2013 - The top leader of the North Carolina Senate says he doesn't envision his chamber's state budget proposal will direct any closings of the University of North Carolina system's 17 campuses.

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TEACHER OF THE WEEK: Samantha Miller

Updated: 04/10/2013 - WITN's Teacher of the Week for April 10th, 2013 is Samantha Miller, a fifth grade teacher at W.H. Robinson Elementary School.

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