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New Policy: No Cell Phones For Transit Drivers

Posted: 05/16/2009 - Massachusetts transit officials are banning operators of their trains, street cars and buses from carrying cell phones while they are driving the public.

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Section Of Blue Ridge Parkway In NC Reopens

Posted: 05/16/2009 - A 12-mile section of the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina that has been closed for nearly nine months has reopened -- partially, at least.

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Siemens To Expand US Power Plant Business

Posted: 05/16/2009 - German industrial conglomerate Siemens AG said Friday it would invest $50 million in its Charlotte operations to increase the energy division's offerings of climate protecting technology for power plants.

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Authorities Deny Calls Were Pretext For Texas Raid

Posted: 05/16/2009 - Law enforcement officers denied Friday they used fake calls to a domestic abuse hot line as a pretext to raid a polygamist sect's ranch or that they prepared to rummage through the entire complex before a search warrant was issued.

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AP Source: Obama To Name Utah Gov Envoy To China

Posted: 05/16/2009 - President Barack Obama intends to name Utah's Republican Gov. Jon Huntsman, seen by many as a potential GOP presidential contender, to be ambassador to China, a source close to the governor said Friday night.

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Biden Announces $100M For Lead-Paint Removal

Posted: 05/16/2009 - Nearly $100 million in federal stimulus money will go toward a program to remove lead-based paint and other health and safety hazards from low-income homes, Vice President Joe Biden announced Friday.

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Poll: More Americans Calling Themselves Pro-Life

Posted: 05/16/2009 - A Gallup Poll released Friday found that 51 percent of Americans now call themselves pro-life rather than pro-choice on the issue of abortion, the first time a majority gave that answer in the 15 years that Gallup has asked the question.

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Cooler and Wet

Updated: 05/17/2009 - Much cooler air will overspread eastern Carolina later this afternoon with an increased chance for showers and thunderstorms.

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Visitation Restrictions Lifted

Updated: 05/15/2009 - The stricter visitation policies put in place at University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina as a result confirmed cases of the H1N1 flu virus in North Carolina are being lifted.

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Cantaloupe Recall

Updated: 05/16/2009 - A North Carolina company is recalling whole cantaloupes sold this week in Wal-Mart stores across North and South Carolina and in South Hill, Va., because they could be contaminated with salmonella.

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Recycling Drops In NC

Posted: 05/15/2009 - It looks like recycling has fallen by the wayside for some North Carolina residents.

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Ft. Bragg To Get 88 Million For New Facility

Posted: 05/15/2009 - A North Carolina congressman says Fort Bragg will receive $88 million to build a new facility to help wounded soldiers transition back to active duty or civilian life.

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GM To Phase Out About 1100 Dealers In 2010

Posted: 05/15/2009 - General Motors Corp. on Friday told about 1,100 dealers, or nearly 20 percent of its U.S. network, that they will be fired by the automaker late next year because their sales are weak.

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NC State University Trustees' Chairman Resigns

Posted: 05/15/2009 - The chairman of North Carolina State University's board of trustees has resigned following accusations that he acted inappropriately in the hiring of former first lady Mary Easley.

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Marines Expel Laurean From Corps

Updated: 05/15/2009 - Camp Lejeune officials said Friday that former Cpl. Cesar Laurean was separated from the service Wednesday.

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