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There are no style points for November wins in college basketball. And that’s a plus for Duke, which won without its A-game 74-54 against Temple.
North Carolina’s jobless rate dropped to 6.3 percent in October, putting it at nearly its lowest level since the recession ravaged the state six years ago.
Republican candidates to succeed Thom Tillis as North Carolina House speaker are walking the fine line between praising his four years leading the chamber and critiquing his tenure to promote their independence.
A second child has died from complications of the flu in North Carolina, the state Health and Human Services Department announced Friday.
A man wounded in a predawn shooting in downtown Raleigh in August was the intended target because of a dispute over a nightclub stripper, not the man who died, police say in newly released search warrants.
Durham child-protection officials are asking for the public's help in finding a 22-month old boy who they are supposed to take into custody from his parents but cannot locate.
For the second time in three days, a Wake County sheriff's deputy has charged men with having more than 30 counterfeit credit cards with them during a traffic stop on U.S. 64 near Knightdale.
A shadow was cast — literally — across Europe's historic mission to land on and explore a comet. Scientists said Thursday the landing craft not only bounced twice, it also came to rest next to a cliff that's blocking sunlight from its solar panels.
Lolly Wolly Doodle makes most of its sales through Facebook, using social media in a way that giant retailers have yet to manage.
Three bills heading for debate in the N.C. General Assembly involve midwives and nurse-midwives, who proponents say could play a major role in serving women in rural areas of the state.