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NC Community Colleges Could Keep Out Safety Risks

Posted: 01/20/2011 - Nearly two weeks after the deadly Arizona shootings, North Carolina's community college board is considering whether to bar admission to students who appear to pose a threat.

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Perdue Opposes Privatizing Liquor Operations

Updated: 01/20/2011 - Gov. Beverly Perdue opposes privatizing North Carolina's liquor store operations, saying the one-time increase in revenue it would generate wouldn't be worth changing the system.

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Police: SC Boy Called 911 After Shooting Relatives

Posted: 01/18/2011 - A South Carolina teenager shot and killed his father and his 83-year-old great aunt, and critically wounded his 80-year-old grandmother before he called 911 to report the attack, a police spokesman said Tuesday.

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NC Killer Gets Release Three Decades After Murder

Updated: 01/17/2011 - A North Carolina inmate has been approved for parole, three decades after he was sentenced to life in prison for killing a 60-year-old man and setting fire to his home.

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UNC President Looks For Duplication In System

Posted: 01/15/2011 - The president of North Carolina's university system says he wants a review of academics to find potential duplications that can be cut to save money.

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Group Says NC Patrol Commander Rules Should Change

Posted: 01/14/2011 - A committee examining how to improve professionalism at the North Carolina Highway Patrol says the applicant pool for future commanders should be expanded to people outside the force.

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NC GOP To Pick Chairman Saturday

Updated: 01/14/2011 - The three announced candidates running to succeed Tom Fetzer as North Carolina Republican Party chairman are trying to promote what they call their grass-roots credentials after 2010 elections where tea party activists made themselves heard.

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