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NC State Fair Gets Under Way For 144th Time

Updated: 10/13/2011 - The North Carolina State Fair is ready to pack in crowds looking to enjoy rides, concerts and mouthwatering food as the event's 144th staging begins.

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Lab In Research Triangle Park Will Create 242 Jobs

Posted: 10/12/2011 - A California-based genetic testing manufacturer plans to create 242 jobs when it builds a clinical laboratory in Research Triangle Park to develop a screening test to determine whether fetuses have Down Syndrome.

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John Edwards' Attorneys Attack Criminal Case

Posted: 10/12/2011 - Attorneys for ex-presidential hopeful John Edwards have lashed out at the criminal case against the former North Carolina senator by expanding their argument that the charges against him should be dismissed.

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White House Names NC Stops On Obama Bus Tour

Posted: 10/12/2011 - The White House has named some of the first stops on President Barack Obama's three-day bus tour of politically important North Carolina and Virginia.

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State House Leader Talks About Welfare Drug Testing

Updated: 10/12/2011 - The leader of the North Carolina House speaker is taking criticism for suggesting state government should perform random drug testing on people who receive public assistance and possibly on state employees.

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Key Edwards' Legal Team Member Likely To Withdraw

Posted: 10/10/2011 - A key member of the legal team defending John Edwards will likely be unable to represent the former presidential candidate at his upcoming campaign finance trial following questions about a potential conflict of interest.

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Honda Picks NC For Service Center For First Jet

Posted: 10/10/2011 - Honda Aircraft Co. is building a $20 million maintenance and repair center in North Carolina for a light business jet expected to start rolling off nearby production lines next year.

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NC Motorists Warned To Watch For Dangerous Deer

Posted: 10/09/2011 - North Carolina motorists who want to know the regions of the state where they have to be especially vigilant about deer now have an online tool to help.

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NC Warns Residents About Fall Wildfire Risks

Posted: 10/09/2011 - North Carolina officials are warning residents to be especially careful as the autumn fire season gets under way after a dry spring and summer that saw dozens of wildfires statewide.

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Signs Point To Students Leaving NC Universities Over Money Woes

Updated: 10/10/2011 - Government budget-cutting and tough family finances are forcing hundreds of students to drop out of North Carolina public universities due to lack of money, delaying or ending their progress toward a prosperous career.

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Irene Damaged Hatteras Island Road To Reopen

Posted: 10/08/2011 - The highway that's the economic lifeline for Hatteras Island is scheduled to reopen by Tuesday, more than a month after Hurricane Irene chewed a new inlet through the road. Business owners are relieved, but some wonder if they can salvage any of the fall season at this point.

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Spreading Protests Reach Charlotte

Updated: 10/08/2011 - The anti-Wall Street protests that started in New York and spread to dozens of other U.S. cities are taking shape in the North Carolina city that is the second-largest U.S. banking hub.

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Duke-Progress Offer Cheaper Peak Power For Fed OK

Posted: 10/07/2011 - Duke Energy and Progress Energy say they'll offer electricity leftover during peak summer and winter periods at 10 percent over cost to satisfy federal regulators worried the merger will crush competition in the Carolinas.

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State Says Irene Already Has Cost $29 Million

Posted: 10/06/2011 - Gov. Beverly Perdue's point man on Hurricane Irene recovery in North Carolina says the administration will soon formally ask the Legislature for additional money for the cleanup.

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