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Military Members Speak About First Lady's Visit

Updated: 04/13/2011 - Thousands of marines, soldiers, sailors and military families listened to Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden talk about their Joining Forces initiative, and many said they like programs discussed that will help military members now and after they leave the service.

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NC Leaders Tie Budget Cuts To Benefits For 37,000

Posted: 04/13/2011 - Republican leaders are linking extended jobless benefits for thousands of North Carolina residents to their budget-cutting goal, saying help for 37,000 unemployed workers depends on a deal that erases chances for a state government shutdown.

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N.C. Legislators: Cut Education Support Jobs To Balance Budget

Posted: 04/13/2011 - North Carolina's new legislative leaders are proposing balancing a looming budget shortfall of more than $2 billion by cutting thousands of support jobs at all levels of the state's education system but sparing classroom teachers.

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Nation Marks 150th Anniversary Of Civil War

Updated: 04/12/2011 - Cannons are booming around Charleston Harbor today, to recreate the bombardment of Fort Sumter that plunged the nation into the Civil War on April 12, 1861.

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Operation Drive To Live Kicks Off Monday

Posted: 04/11/2011 - The NC Highway Patrol will kick off "Operation Drive to Live" Monday which targets young drivers around the time of prom season.

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NC Tourism Worker's Bonus Raises Ethics Questions

Posted: 04/10/2011 - A North Carolina watchdog group is questioning $100,000 in bonuses paid over several years to a Charlotte tourism executive by a college basketball tournament.

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NC Colleges Save Now, Pay Later For Upgrades

Posted: 04/10/2011 - North Carolina's public universities and government agencies are using a new program to get energy efficiency upgrades that their tight budgets haven't allowed for years.

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Black Says He Accepted Plea Deal To End Ordeal

Updated: 04/08/2011 - Former state House Speaker Jim Black says he didn't do anything illegal and never sought to profit despite allegations that led to his guilty plea to a federal corruption charge and three years in prison.

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Judge Declines Ruling On NC Sex Offender Law

Posted: 04/08/2011 - A North Carolina judge has declined to rule if a state law barring registered sex offenders from using social networking websites like MySpace or Facebook is unconstitutional.

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