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At a country church in Rutherford County, Army Sgt. Cameron Morrison Flack, 18, worshipped the Sunday before he left for the Korean War, where he’d be declared missing in the epic Battle of the Chosin Reservoir.

A federal security worker discovered a concealed 13-inch cane sword this week at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.

Surrendering sports titles. Abolishing admissions exceptions for athletes. Launching a national crusade to put academics before athletics. Those were suggestions Friday from UNC-Chapel Hill faculty.

The sight is so surprising that Americans are sharing photos of it, along with all those cute Halloween costumes, sweeping vistas and special meals: the gas station sign, with a price under $3 a gallon.

Former President Bill Clinton focused on economic issues at a rally for Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan at Broughton High School Friday afternoon.

Two teenagers will be tried as adults in the March 30 killing of Ronald Glenn Gullette Jr., a former professional heavyweight boxer who was headed to church when he was robbed and fatally shot in his driveway.

Last month’s federal court ruling making same-sex marriage legal in North Carolina is causing ripples and waves in houses of worship across the state.

The North Carolina Board of Elections is investigating whether the campaign manager for Irwin Carmichael, the Democratic candidate for Mecklenburg County sheriff, and other campaign workers violated state election laws when they were seemingly caught telling an undercover actor, pretending to be an undocumented immigrant, that she could vote.

A steam shovel scoop once used along the Panama Canal brings a sense of massive proportion to an exhibition opening today at the Mint Museum Uptown focused on the engineering marvel that opened 100 years ago and connected the oceans.

Saturday is the last day for early voting in North Carolina.

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