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Not just anyone would think they could down a 4-pound burger with the fixings in one sitting.

The man charged with opening fire on two people in front of the Nash County Courthouse is being held in jail on $565,000 bond.

Energy provider Dominion Resources Inc. is asking federal regulators to begin its environmental review of a proposed $5 billion pipeline that would deliver natural gas to the Southeast.

The Highway Patrol has released the names of a North Carolina man and a boy from Illinois who died in a multi-vehicle wreck in Forsyth County.

More North Carolina teachers left the profession last year because they were unhappy or decided to go to another state, a new report found.

Thom Tillis has received the endorsement of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in North Carolina's close U.S. Senate race.

Cumberland County sheriff's deputies have arrested a Fayetteville man and charged him with the shooting death of another man.

Up to 10 inches of snow is expected to fall in parts of the mountains of western North Carolina.

Gov. Pat McCrory says he believes an interstate highway from Raleigh to the Hampton Roads area of Virginia is an important part of his 25-year transportation plan.

Duke Chapel is hosting its annual Halloween celebration with an All Hallows' Eve candlelight service that recalls the history of the day.

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