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52 min ago | Beach Carolina Magazine
Captured on film, the past comes alive. The State Archives of North Carolina preserves hundreds of motion picture films, many of which document historic events, people and places.
2 hrs ago | The Wall Street Journal
Campaign operatives tend to garner too much credit for wins and shoulder too much blame for defeats.
7 hrs ago | NewsOK.com
A traveling exhibit about the Emancipation Proclamation is being displayed at a North Carolina plantation that relied on slave labor.
The House voted 51-54 against concurring on a Senate version of a bill that would have required insurance and registration with the state.
Gov. Pat McCrory ordered that state flags on all state facilities be lowered from sunrise to sunset Sunday.
The Charlotte Observer reports that the Houston Independent School District held a job recruitment fair in Charlotte on Friday, following similar events in Greensboro and Raleigh.
Hot with stray Mountain storms. Highs in the mid 90s for the Upstate and Near 90 in WNC.
North Carolina-based Samaritan's Purse issued a news release saying that Dr. Kent Brantly tested positive for the disease and was being treated at a hospital in Monrovia, Liberia.
The Fayetteville SwampDogs blanked the Sharks Saturday night at the Shark Tank for their fifth consecutive loss.
Coming into 2014, the word "vulnerable" was used often in association with North Carolina Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan as Republicans seemed poised to retake the Senate.
The Unified Robeson County chapter of the NAACP has started a voter registration drive that the chapter's president is hoping will result in 1,000 new voters registered by Sept.
A small but growing number of science and math teachers are toiling at companies where they practice the principles they teach.
A fact-finding delegation that includes a congresswoman from Ohio and two members of the British Parliament are visiting North Carolina tobacco fields to examine human rights conditions.
Before you know it, fall will be here and it will be time to go back to school. For parents that means stocking up on notebooks, number two pencils, and back to school clothes, all of which usually take a big chunk out of a family's budget.
If there's any one thing that distinguishes the barbecue style of one region from another, it's the sauce that's used to finish the meat.
The Southern Environmental Law Center and other groups sent a letter Friday to Senate Leader Phil Berger and House Speaker Thom Tillis outlining serious concerns with coal ash legislation in a conference committee.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 10:35 am
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