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NC State temporarily bans alcohol at most fraternity events

Updated: 03/20/2015 - 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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Man gets 6 to 10 years for cuffing boy with dead chicken

Updated: 03/18/2015 - A Union County man has been sentenced to six to 10 years in prison after admitting he handcuffed an 11-year-old boy by his ankle to a porch with a dead chicken around his neck as punishment.

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McCrory urges strong federal partner on road needs

Posted: 03/17/2015 - Gov. Pat McCrory has told Congress the federal government must be a strong and reliable partner with North Carolina and other states to improve roads and other transportation infrastructure.

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Hall wants college IDs accepted, more early vote days in NC

Posted: 03/17/2015 - The Democratic leader in the North Carolina House says bills to make college student identification cards acceptable in voting and restore one week of early voting are to ensure all eligible citizens can vote.

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Judges side with McCrory in fight with legislature

Updated: 03/16/2015 - A three-judge panel has sided with Gov. Pat McCrory and two of his predecessors in ruling the General Assembly violated North Carolina's Constitution by creating three commissions for which several members are appointed by legislative leaders.

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Amusement ride bill has 2013 State Fair accident in mind

Posted: 03/12/2015 - A 2013 accident at the North Carolina State Fair is the catalyst for a bill increasing fines and the seriousness of criminal counts against those who operate carnival rides in an unlawful manner.

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State panel backs bill keeping youth out of tanning beds

Posted: 03/11/2015 - Current law prohibits anyone 13 or younger from using tanning salon equipment unless a doctor gives the child a written prescription. Licensing rules require children 14 to 17 to only have a parent's permission.

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Recent history of deadly Marine training accidents

Updated: 03/11/2015 - Marines who give their service to their country are well aware that could, at some point, mean giving their lives. However, many civilians typically consider that tragedy confined to a battlefield even though the same equipment and similar circumstances are echoed in training.

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