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Three years ago, Republican lawmakers balked at a deal put forward by Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue to offer a company cash incentives to lure 1,300 jobs to North Carolina. Now, with a Republican governor at the helm, some GOP lawmakers want to expand state incentives and create a so-called "closing fund" that will allow cash grants to large corporations that promise to add jobs.

Acting on a tip that a large amount of heroin was being driven from Charlotte to the Carrigan Road neighborhood in Troutman this week, Iredell County sheriff’s investigators seized drugs during a vehicle stop and arrested the man and woman inside.

A 26-year-old Statesville man has been arrested and charged with felony infant child abuse causing serious bodily injury, after a 2-month-old was taken to the hospital in critical condition.

The Charlotte region can expect a reprieve from showers and thunderstorms Friday through Sunday, as mostly sunny skies and less mugginess will prevail.

Written by Cheryl J. Sherrard, CFP® Clearview Wealth Management It is estimated that women will control two-thirds of the consumer wealth in the U.S. over the next decade.(1)

A UNC-Chapel Hill professor died early Thursday morning after a mugging near campus Wednesday afternoon. Two men have been charged with first-degree murder and robbery in the incident, which happened near campus.

A month after being struck by lightning, 9-year-old Khye Felder sits comfortably between his parents and siblings, who joke that they can’t decide between the nicknames “Bolt” or “Mr. Lightning.”

Conflict over disclosure of charter-school salaries flared anew Thursday as House Democrats said a Senate-approved bill shields for-profit management companies from revealing who they hire and how much they pay.

Insider's fitness: summer edition

None of Duke’s top executives will leave the company under changes that will go into effect Aug. 1.

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