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The jury in the trial of Lawrence Alvin Lovette continued its deliberations Tuesday after reviewing some of the evidence presented earlier in the trial. Lovette is standing trial for first-degree murder and armed robbery in the death of Duke graduate student Abhijit Mahato, 29, on Jan. 18, 2008.
An ACLU attorney said the organization plans to file documents in federal court in North Carolina in wake of the 4th Circuit Appeals Court decision declaring Virginia's gay-marriage ban unconstitutional.
Carolina Hurricanes captain Eric Staal recently underwent surgery following the discovery of a core muscle injury - commonly referred to as a sports hernia. The Hurricanes expect Staal, 29, to participate in September's training camp and be ready by the time the regular season starts.
A Chapel Hill man tried to bite off his girlfriend's tongue during a fight earlier this month, Raleigh police charged Monday.
Raleigh police arrested a 51-year-old woman Monday night on indecent liberties charges that they said involved a boy when he was 12 years old.
North Carolina service men and women who were charged unfair prices for electronics will have their debts forgiven as part of a $6.8 million settlement.
A Michigan State researcher finds that organ donations increase in states where safety laws are relaxed to let motorcyclists ride without protective helmets. But should public officials tout the effect of fatal accidents on organ-donation rates?
The proposal moves the McCrory administration, the House and health care providers closer to the position of Senate Republicans, who want to shift Medicaid to managed care entities that would take all responsibility for budget overruns.
Gov. Pat McCrory asked for $2 million to improve state death investigations, but the House and Senate budgets have proposed only $1 million. McCrory’s aides said Tuesday he’s still pushing his proposal.
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