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A North Carolina-based Christian relief organization is flying about 100 tons of supplies to west African nations struggling to halt the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.

Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers:

Three men have pleaded guilty as part of a scheme to defraud Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter through construction contracts.

Three University of North Carolina Greensboro employees have been fired after they were accused of filing false time sheets.

Police are investigating the slaying of a man who was shot multiple times on the steps of a house in downtown Wilmington.

A Connecticut man working at the Robeson County fair has been shot and killed in Lumberton.

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is helping North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis even after supporting Tillis' chief rival in the GOP primary.

New North Carolina laws involving coal ash, specialty license plates and the regulation of alcoholic beverages are being implemented starting in October.

North Carolina poultry growers who want to join the National Poultry Improvement Plan and get a registration number are facing a fee.

N.C. Central University plans to use a three-year grant to develop techniques for reducing rates of alcohol and drug abuse and HIV transmission among 18 to 24 year olds.

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