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Historical commission delays Confederate statues decision


N Carolina GOP leaders don't want Confederate statues moved


State House panel back to debating judicial remapping


Officials warn about possible life-threatening surf conditions


Coast Guard rescues five in Oregon Inlet


Fair worker hurt when he falls trying to fix Ferris wheel


Governor's office says a Henderson county man is first Irma death in North Carolina


Stein: Office lawyers to oversee redistricting cases, not me


Mayor pro tem defeats incumbent in Charlotte primary


Parts of NC National Forests close ahead of Hurricane Irma


NC opens a fifth shelter for Hurricane Irma evacuees


Coast Guard urges extreme caution for mariners off NC coast


North Carolina governor trying to move old Capitol monuments


Governor Cooper provides update on state preparations


Two Campbell University students killed in crash


UNC-Chapel Hill confirms 3 cases of contagious Norovirus


NC state budget forces Gov. Cooper to make cuts


Raleigh man says in 911 call he awoke from dream and found wife dead


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