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A team hopes its research will lead to more accurate ways of predicting rip currents and also perhaps better methods of escaping them if you’re caught in one.

A trustee for NC State University was arrested Wednesday in Washington on a gun charge. Ronald William Prestage, 59, is accused of trying to take a loaded 9 mm Ruger handgun into a congressional office.

A witness in the trial of a former Gaston County wrestling coach on Wednesday described how the two of them had sex at such places as the coach’s home and at the high school.

General Motors issued six more recalls on Wednesday, bringing its annual total to 60 recalls covering almost 30 million vehicles.

A $100,000 grant will allow Johnson C. Smith University to create a traveling exhibit to showcase African-American philanthropy.

RoundPoint Mortgage Co. plans to lay off about 166 employees at the company’s Charlotte headquarters in southwest Charlotte, according to documents filed with the state commerce department.

Now that North Carolina has repealed its sales-tax holiday, where will shoppers get back-to-school bargains? Take our survey.

NC Attorney General Roy Cooper said Wednesday he is suing a California mortgage-relief company for collecting illegal upfront payments, joining a nationwide sweep against such businesses by regulators and other states.

Eleazar Gonzalez is accused of trafficking cocaine in Iredell, Davie and Forsyth counties, authorities say.

Michael Gayle, 33, of Washington, was taken into custody by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police and U.S. marshals.

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