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North Carolina AG won't defend transgender law in court

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North Carolina OKs borrowing $2B for infrastructure

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CHARLOTTENorth Carolina voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to borrow $2 billion to pay for a laundry list of infrastructure projects

North Carolina population surpasses 10 million people

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CHARLOTTE — The U.S. Census Bureau reports that North Carolina has become the ninth state to surpass the 10 million mark in population

McCrory: Cease sending Syrian refugees to North Carolina

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Gov. Pat McCrory is asking the Obama administration to cease sending refugees from Syria to North Carolina until the state is satisfied with the effectiveness of federal backgro

Police: Boy, 7, dead, 3 hurt after North Carolina shooting

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CHARLOTTECharlotte police officers are being called back in from days off and vacations after five people have been killed and five others hurt in shootings during a violent Labor Day holiday weeke

North Carolina governor signs bill stopping anti-discrimination rules in Charlotte, elsewhere

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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina governor signs bill stopping anti-discrimination rules in Charlotte, elsewhere

Officials: North Carolina man planned killings in US for Islamic State

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CHARLOTTE — A 19-year-old North Carolina man is in federal custody after telling an undercover FBI employee that he wanted to support the Islamic State group by killing as many as 1,000 people in the

Truck dumps 50,000 pounds of raw potatoes on I-77 in Charlotte

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CHARLOTTE — Potatoes are everywhere on a North Carolina road, but these spuds aren't loaded or mashed and ready to eat

North Carolina red wolf program to undergo review

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CHARLOTTE — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has agreed to review the red wolf program, raising the possibility that the 27-year experiment to restore the rare predators in eastern North Carolina ma

Charlotte council votes to extend transgender rights

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Cirque du Soleil scraps Greensboro, Charlotte shows after HB2 passage

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N.C. lawmakers returning to work for special session on Charlotte transgender act

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Bill for legislative session goes beyond Charlotte's 'bathroom ordinance'

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Grant Whitney Jr. named to North Carolina elections board

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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A Charlotte real estate attorney has been named to the North Carolina State Board of Elections to complete the term of former chairman Josh Howard

2 Confederate monuments vandalized in North Carolina

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CHARLOTTE — Police in Charlotte are investigating the vandalism of two Confederate monuments in the city

NBA: LBT law 'problematic,' but no plans to move All-Star game from Charlotte

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NC Attorney General Cooper: No need to reverse Charlotte transgender ordinance

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Charlotte, other NC police departments, collect cellphone info

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CHARLOTTECharlotte-Mecklenburg police and three other agencies across North Carolina use equipment that collects information from cellphones to fight crime, but the devices also collect information

Charlotte, North Carolina, hosts Paralympic trials-fest

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Gay-rights advocates urge Charlotte ordinance be left intact

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RALEIGH — Gay-rights advocates say North Carolina legislators are using unwarranted fears to build support for canceling Charlotte's new non-discrimination ordinance that allows transgender people to

Charlotte rolls to 92-72 win over North Carolina A&T

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GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — Joseph Uchebo scored 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds as Charlotte rolled to 92-72 win over North Carolina A&T on Wednesday night

With Trump as GOP's choice, Dems eye North Carolina comeback

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PayPal nixes plans for $3.6M NC expansion; cites law limiting LGBT protections

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PayPal has withdrawn plans for a expansion into Charlotte because of North Carolina’s new law limiting legal protections for LGBT individuals

1 NC firefighter killed, another injured while fighting fire

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Franklin Graham calls PayPal a 'hypocrite' for abandoning Charlotte expansion

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With Trump as GOP nominee, Dems eye North Carolina comeback

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CHARLOTTE, North Carolina (AP) — Four years ago, North Carolina was the one that got away for Democrats. It was the only battleground state President Barack Obama didn't win in his resounding re-elect

North Carolina population surpasses 10 million people

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The U.S. Census Bureau reports that North Carolina has become the ninth state to surpass the 10 million mark in population

Guilford legislator says his traffic stop for seatbelt violation was racially motivated

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CHARLOTTE — A black North Carolina legislator says race is behind his traffic stop for not wearing a seatbelt

'Moral Monday' protest held in Charlotte

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CHARLOTTE — When Carl Caldwell heard about the Moral Monday protest in North Carolina''s largest city, he had to go

Drought reaches severe level in parts of North Carolina

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CHARLOTTE — Drought conditions are getting worse in western North Carolina

1 North Carolina firefighter killed, 1 hurt battling blaze

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PINEVILLE, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina authorities say a firefighter has been killed and another firefighter while battling a commercial blaze just south of Charlotte

CIAA will stay in North Carolina despite HB2

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CHARLOTTE — The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association says it won't move its headquarters, its basketball tournament or other conference championships from North Carolina, despite the state's c

CIAA will stay in North Carolina despite HB2

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association says it won't move its headquarters, its basketball tournament or other conference championships from North Carolina, despite th

Boston cancels 3 concerts over North Carolina LGBT law

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The rock group Boston is the latest act to cancel concerts in North Carolina because of the state's new law on LGBT rights

Ogbueze leads Charlotte over North Carolina A&T 77-61

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Braxton Ogbueze scored 18 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead Charlotte to a 77-61 win over North Carolina A&T on Wednesday

Number of fatal drug overdoses in North Carolina increases

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Officials say fatal drug overdoses in North Carolina have jumped from 2002 to 2014

AT&T to hire more than 160 in North Carolina

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — AT&T says it is hiring worker for more than 160 jobs in North Carolina as part of its effort to enhance and expand its wireless and wireline networks

State changes grading scale

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CHARLOTTENorth Carolina education leaders have approved a change in how high school students are graded

Gay wedding defies United Methodist Church rules

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CHARLOTTE — John Romano and Jim Wilborne have become the first same-sex couple in North Carolina to get married — at least publicly — in a United Methodist church