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A judge ruled against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling on Monday in his attempt to block the $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
Art Pope's Variety Wholesalers has purchased the vacant Kroger store in Southeast Raleigh with plans to establish the company's first standalone grocery in an area that badly needs one.
The 10 women and two men deciding the fate of Laurence Alvin Lovette will return to court Tuesday to continue deliberations on accusations that the 23-year-old Durham man robbed and murdered Abhijit Mahato.
Duke Energy Progress to buy back power plant shares from 32 eastern NC towns for $1.2 billion. The deal will erase 70 percent of the towns' crippling debt that has forced residents to pay the state's steepest power costs for decades.
Jamel Demario Daye, 21, faces a charge of assault with intent to kill in a stabbing Saturday in the 1300 block of Holloway Street in Durham.
Three teens were scheduled to be in District Court on Monday after police charged them with a felony for leaving a prank bomb to explode on a Bull City Connector bus last Tuesday night.
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.