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Potential Budget Cuts Could Cost Teaching Jobs

Updated: 11/23/2010 - The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction is laying out specifics of what potential budget cuts would mean for counties across the state.

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Expect Packed Roadways This Week

Updated: 11/22/2010 - The roadways are expected to be packed with travelers this week. Triple-A predicts a near 12-percent increase in road travel.

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Former Governor Mike Easley Enters Plea Agreement

Updated: 11/23/2010 - Former Governor Mike Easley will pay a $1,000 fine in connection with a campaign finance violation. Easley entered an Alford Plea, in which the defendant does not admit guilt but agrees the state has evidence that could lead to a conviction.

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SECU Warning Of Email Scam

Posted: 11/22/2010 - The State Employees Credit Union says some of its customers have received phishing emails.

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NC Woman Accused In Pizza Shop Video Pleads Guilty

Posted: 11/21/2010 - A North Carolina woman accused of appearing in a gross video at a Domino's Pizza kitchen last year has received a suspended sentenced after pleading guilty to charges stemming from the video.

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NC Rep. Shuler Pushes Democrats Toward Center

Updated: 11/21/2010 - North Carolina Rep. Heath Shuler is pushing the Democratic Party to adopt more centrist policies after the GOP's huge gains nationwide in this month's election. And he's looking to President Barack Obama to follow suit.

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Man Sentenced To Death For Killing Volunteer

Posted: 11/21/2010 - A North Carolina jury has sentenced a man to death for killing a 77-year-old Meals on Wheels volunteer and to life without parole for beating one of the clients to death.

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Education Budget Cuts Could Mean Loss Of Jobs

Updated: 11/20/2010 - North Carolina's education agency warns that additional budget cuts for next year could mean 5,300 fewer teaching positions and larger class sizes.

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UNC System Schools Raise Tuition For 2011-12

Updated: 11/20/2010 - Trustees at two North Carolina universities have approved tuition increases for next fall to help cover as much as a 15 percent reduction in state funding.

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UNC Could Seek Maximum Tuition Rate Increase

Updated: 11/17/2010 - A panel at North Carolina's flagship public university has recommended raising tuition the maximum 6.5 percent to dampen expected cuts by the Legislature.

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