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The Charlotte City Council will buy body cameras for its police officers.

It's a new era for the North Carolina film industry.

Assault charges against Nags Head Police Chief Kevin Brinkley and his wife have been dismissed.

A portion of one lane of the Bonner Bridge will be closed to traffic to allow work crews to repair concrete on the underside of the bridge deck.

The Food and Drug Administration has named a prominent Duke University cardiologist to its No. 2 leadership position, tasked with overseeing drugs, medical devices and tobacco products.

A portion of one lane of the Bonner Bridge will be closed to traffic to allow work crews to repair concrete on the underside of the bridge deck.

A portion of one lane of the Bonner Bridge will be closed to traffic to allow work crews to repair concrete on the underside of the bridge deck.

The National Park Service is holding two open houses this week to learn what the public thinks of a proposal to pump sand along the eroding beach in Buxton.

The elected Democrat with the highest profile in North Carolina politics is speaking out the day before the Republican-led General Assembly begins its work in earnest for the year.

North Carolina's unemployment rate dropped for the fourth straight month, falling to 5.5 percent in December.

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