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What a wonderful experience was yesterday's seventh and final day of the NC NAACP's Jericho March to take back North Carolina.
It wasn't clear what caused the blaze, which started at about 6:30 p.m. and was quickly brought under control.
Thursday's announcement that Pennsylvania will expand its Medicaid program brings the country one state closer to the original expansion outlined under Obamacare.
A scene from the CBS drama "Under The Dome," which is filmed in North Carolina. Pictured from left, actors Grace Victoria Cox and Rachelle Lefevre .
The North Carolina General Assembly has completed its 2014 session. During this "short session," Legislators focused primarily on adjusting the second year of the State budget enacted last year, but also considered a number of other important issues.
DreamQuest Productions Executive Producer Allan Smith, bottom left, filming a documentary on Mt.
Toyota is relocating to a 100-acre, 4,000-employee site for its new West Plano corporate campus.
The General Assembly's "short" session ended with some issues undecided and a special session may be needed to address things like Medicaid reform.
The mayor of Raleigh says she believes there soon will be an agreement with Gov. Pat McCrory's administration to acquire land at a now-closed North Carolina mental hospital the city wants to convert into a regional park.
The latest "fix" in Raleigh to a problem that didn't need fixing is the move of the State Bureau of Investigation from Attorney General's jurisdiction to the state Department of Public Safety under the eye of Gov. Pat McCrory.
According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Hayden told the little girl, "Don't tell them nothing, because I'm all you got."
Chris Sgro, Executive Director Equality NC, is surrounded by supporters while discussing the petition they had just delivered to the governor's uptown Charlotte office on Wednesday morning, Aug. 27, 2014.
North Carolina lawmakers headed home Aug. 20 after a protracted short session in Raleigh that, for some, delayed campaigning for the fall elections as the possibility hung in the air that Gov. Pat McCrory would call them back this year to address unfinished business, like economic development opportunities he wanted the state to enact.
Federal environmental officials say all of North Carolina meets a new more-stringent national air quality standard for fine-particle pollution.
Gov. Pat McCrory has selected George Wainwright Jr. as the chairman of the State Ethics Commission, the governor's office announced this week.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 04:38 am
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