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Congressman Jones: Expanding gun laws not the answer

Updated: 12/04/2015 - Third District Republican Congressman Walter Jones had some strong opinions about gun control following the mass shooting in San Bernardino, but he says he doesn't believe that just outright expanding gun laws will change anything and could hurt regular citizens.

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ECU Students react to firing of Ruffin McNeill

Updated: 12/04/2015 - Students at East Carolina University say it's undeniable that former ECU coach Ruffin McNeill loved the game, but most importantly, his school, staff and his players.

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Elections offices begin accepting candidacy notices

Updated: 12/01/2015 - The filing period comes two months earlier than the state's traditional election cycle, after the General Assembly decided to move up all primaries from May to March 15.

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Woman charged with animal cruelty for taping dog's mouth

Posted: 12/01/2015 - Authorities in Cary say a woman who posted a picture of her chocolate lab-mix with its mouth taped shut on her social media page and sparked public outrage is charged with animal cruelty.

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On the hunt for Christmas trees

Updated: 11/30/2015 - Every year families pick a tree to take home and decorate for Christmas which brings in millions of dollars for the state.

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Winter Weather Preparedness Week starts today

Updated: 11/29/2015 - Governor Pat McCrory has declared November 29 through December 5 as Winter Weather Preparedness Week and is urging North Carolinians to update their emergency supplies kits and review emergency plans.

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Numerous North Carolina laws taking effect in December

Updated: 11/27/2015 - New North Carolina laws are aimed at cracking down on revenge porn, keeping children safe from the liquid used in electronic cigarettes and regulating automatic license plate readers.

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Troopers on food stamps, taking second jobs amid pay fight

Posted: 11/26/2015 - State troopers suing North Carolina for millions of dollars in back pay say the state's broken promises have forced them into tough spots. It's not unusual for a trooper to have a second job and some are even on food stamps.

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