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Railroad tracks wrong place for prom pics and selfies


North Carolina class-size proposal phases in lower caps


Fatal motorcycle accident in Fayetteville


Police Board clears officer in Keith Scott shooting


Wildlife officials seeking help tracking NC alligators


Harris Teeter brand hashbrowns under recall


Public school calendar facing legislative challenge


Visitors to North Carolina forest warned about black bears


After last freeze, North Carolina harvests more strawberries


Crashes at North Carolina rail crossings down decline


Police ID man killed on North Carolina A&T campus


Judge rejects Blue Cross North Carolina claim for millions owed by feds


Slow left lane driving bill out of gas


NC Auditor says better oversight needed for education program


North Carolina honors student facing deportation can stay


Investigation underway after bodies found in Lumberton


NCAA returns events to NC after state rolls back HB 2


Bank of America settles racial discrimination case from 1993


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