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The district attorney says no charges will be filed against New Hanover County Sheriff's Office deputies in the death of a former Brunswick County sheriff who died in jail.

Gov. Pat McCrory issued an executive order Friday directing North Carolina's environmental agency to enforce all applicable laws to try to force Duke Energy to clean up its coal ash dumps.

The woman who has been president of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts since 2002 will be the next chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Asheville.

New regulations shielding North Carolina farms from publicly disclosing unfounded complaints against them are headed to the governor's desk for approval.

An Ebola outbreak that has killed more than 700 people in West Africa is moving faster than efforts to control the disease, the head of the World Health Organization warned as presidents from the affected countries met Friday in Guinea's capital.

Two American aid workers infected with the Ebola virus in Africa will be treated at a specialized unit of an Atlanta hospital.

The nation's largest public utility has agreed to pay $27.8 million to settle claims from Tennessee property owners who suffered damages from a huge, 2008 spill of toxin-laden coal ash sludge that drew national attention to coal ash and its toxic contaminants.

A federal judge has approved the first payouts for victims of the Zeek Rewards pyramid scheme.

Two American aid workers seriously ill with Ebola will be brought from West Africa to Atlanta for treatment in one of the most tightly sealed isolation units in the country, officials said Friday.

Two members of the North Carolina Charter School Advisory Board who had been the target of ethics complaints have resigned.

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