- Protesters with the "Moral Monday" movement plan demonstrations at the home-state offices of North Carolina's U.S. senators to protest their opposition to President Obama's nominee to be the nation's next attorney general.
- A legislative proposal for the state to take away the local portion of sales taxes is highlighting two undercurrents in Raleigh - the increased clout of rural Republicans and their conflicts with Gov. Pat McCrory, a fellow Republican and former Charlotte mayor.
- Trustees at the University of North Carolina are hearing opinions on whether to change the name of Saunders Hall - a building named for a confederate colonel who purportedly was an organizer of the Ku Klux Klan in the state.
- A Florida businessman who authorities say faked his own death to reap millions in life insurance benefits is sitting in a North Carolina jail after applying for a passport under another man's name.
- Brook Valley Country Club in Greenville held ribbon cutting ceremonies Friday morning to officially open the country club as it undergoes a 2-year $2-million facelift after it was purchased by Raleigh-based McConnell Golf last October.
- Investigators say they found human remains inside a wood stove in the home of a man charged with killing a finalist from the TV show "Food Network Star," her husband and their unborn child.
- North Carolina State University says it is temporarily banning alcohol at social events for most fraternities after two chapters were suspended, including one in light of drug and sexual assault allegations.
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