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GAME OVER: Certain sweepstakes software banned in North Carolina

Updated: 07/01/2015 - As of Wednesday, sweepstakes businesses in our state were told they must shut down if they get their software from any of the six companies that made a deal with federal prosecutors back in May in order to avoid prosecution.

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Staying safe on the water

Updated: 06/30/2015 - The Fourth of July holiday is a busy time for boaters and law enforcement officials are reminding you to play it safe.

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State budget delay leaves agencies in limbo

Updated: 06/30/2015 - The deadline to pass a new state budget ended Tuesday, and while lawmakers didn't agree on one, they did agree on a stop-gap plan to keep the government going past July 1st.

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Federal trial next month won't address NC voter ID mandate

Posted: 06/30/2015 - Next month's federal trial challenging several provisions of North Carolina's 2013 elections law won't consider challenges to the state's upcoming voter identification requirement in light of recent changes to the mandate.

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Belhaven man charged with drug offenses

Updated: 06/29/2015 - The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office drug unit arrested 38-year-old Lavar Mithcell of Pine Street in Belhaven and charged him with two counts of possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine and three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia.

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New Bern rally celebrates gay marriage ruling

Updated: 06/29/2015 - Members and allies of the LGBT community gathered in New Bern Monday to celebrate the decision from the U.S. Supreme Court last week, making marriage legal for all couples.

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Rally in Greenville to save teacher assistant jobs

Updated: 06/29/2015 - People gathered on the courthouse steps in Greenville Monday to rally support against a provision in the NC Senate budget that would cut 8,500 teacher assistant positions.

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Justices allow new hearings in state capital cases

Posted: 06/29/2015 - The Supreme Court has left in place lower court rulings ordering hearings over jurors in two North Carolina death penalty trials who reached beyond the jury room for biblical references to help their deliberations.

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NC Senate budget proposes ending driver's ed. requirement

Updated: 11/09/2015 - RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - The fate of driver education in North Carolina looms uncertain as legislators ironing out the budget weigh whether to continue the program's funding, or possibly end the requirement for teenagers to take driving classes altogether.

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