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The state Division of Health Service Regulation is recommending a $52,000 fine for a Wilmington assisted living center after a patient was found outside the facility.

Two people have been charged after a vehicle hit the patrol car of a Buncombe County sheriff's deputy.

Researchers plan to study the ocean floor off North Carolina using sonic blasts to learn how the continents broke apart.

Residents in Sanford will get a chance to voice their opinions on hydraulic fracturing drilling at a public meeting that is the second of four such gatherings planned by the state Mining and Energy Commission.

Local leaders, U.S. Forest Service officials and others will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Job Corps Program in western North Carolina, which trains and educates young people.

As one of few Ebola survivors with medical expertise, Dr. Kent Brantly seems keenly aware of the position his painful experience has put him in. He hasn't spoken yet about his plans, but spent much of his first public appearance pleading for help for countries still struggling with the virus.

Teenagers gathering at the Elm City library to take advantage of its free Internet are apparently doing more than accessing web sites.

Camp Lejeune is honoring the first black Marines in a ceremony marking Montford Point Marine Day.

The North Carolina Zoo is getting another polar bear that will relocate temporarily from Chicago.

A Fort Bragg paratrooper has been killed in action in Afghanistan.

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