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Cape Lookout Lighthouse offers New Year's Day climb


Panthers owner under investigation for workplace misconduct


Judge allowing $1M in settlements for wrongly convicted men


GE Hitachi Nuclear confirms layoffs


Another N. Carolina church offers sanctuary from deportation


Earlier hearing date on new legislative districts denied


Longtime Tillis aide leaving to join consulting firm


Gas prices slowly decline across state


Officials: Roads through national forests covered with snow


New state crime lab to focus on drug, DNA evidence


From Tiny Tears to Elmo, NC museum wants your toys


Trial starts for woman charged in child's freezing death


7 plead guilty in multistate ATM skimming scheme


Great white shark surfaces inside the Pamlico Sound


Education power lawsuit taken by N Carolina Supreme Court


Preservation group, landowners agree to protect 476 acres


Judicial selection options considered by Senate panel


Charlotte mother and daughter found safe in St. Louis


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