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Consumers around the nation can't be sure what kind of shrimp they're buying if they simply look at the label or menu at supermarkets, grocers and restaurants, an advocacy group says.

Officials at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are banning students from traveling to three countries because of concerns about Ebola.

A woman living in a Gastonia house says a fire broke out overnight after she was smoking in bed and caught a blanket on fire.

A vacant house, apparently under construction, caught fire in Davidson overnight, according to fire officials.

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Police said a man and a woman were injured, and officers spent much of the night trying to determine what led to the shooting.

South Carolina's college oversight agencies do not verify that students who receive more than $220 million in lottery-funded scholarships are eligible for them, according to an audit released Wednesday.

Charlotte-based SPX said Wednesday that it plans to split into two companies, spinning off its flow products division as a new, independent standalone.

MetLife said Wednesday its third-quarter profit more than doubled from the same period last year as it posted gains from derivatives it uses to hedge risks.

The Charlotte area’s jobless rate dipped to 6.2 percent in September, its lowest level since the post-recession recovery began, new government figures show.

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