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Insurance investigators said nearly $70,000 worth of insurance drafts were deposited into the bank account of an insurance claim representative’s wife.

The crimes took place several miles apart, and police are working to determine if any of the incidents were connected.

Students and teachers at the North Carolina School for the Deaf are pushing for the right of the hearing-impaired to serve in the military.

A youth minister at a Union church has been killed after he was thrown from a vehicle in a wreck and then struck by a hit and run driver.

Police have arrested a Kinston man in the death of his 1-month-old son earlier this year.

The Charlotte City Council approved a rezoning Monday that will allow construction of a seven-story building with two hotels on Sharon Road.

Some North Carolina political conservatives want state lawmakers to consider whether to replace the death penalty with life in prison without parole due to recently vacated murder cases.

Observer food editor Kathleen Purvis won first place for Best Food Column nationwide and first place for Best Newspaper Food Feature from The Association of Food Journalists.

Twenty years ago as a student at the University of California, Berkeley, Kim Toyama became enamored with the council-manager form of government that has been adopted by many U.S. cities and counties but is nearly nonexistent in his native Japan.

Through two months of this fiscal year, revenues coming into state coffers are about $50 million short of state budget projections and $200 million lower than the same two months in 2013. But the state’s newly installed budget director, Lee Roberts, said it’s too early in the fiscal year, which began July 1, to make sound projections on how revenues will look when lawmakers return to Raleigh in January.

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