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    Four fabulous wireless speakers

    If you've been looking for a portable wireless speaker you've probably noticed it's a crowded space. With such a stream of wireless audio options spilling into the market, deciding on which gadget to go with can be difficult. We're cutting through the noise to offer four of our favorite portable ...

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    8-year-old Jake Pereira to represent Triangle during MLB All-Star Week

    Jake Pereira, an 8-year-old from Fuquay-Varina, will represent the Triangle by competing in Major League Baseball's Pitch, Hit & Run competition during All-Star Week. The 4-foot-1, 55-pound slugger will compete against two others in his age division, in addition to shagging balls during the Home ...

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    Relying on Medicaid

    Colleen Leonard, the mother of a severely disabled teenager, Mason, 14, discusses the importance of Medicaid services in her family's lives amidst Medicaid law and policy debate in North Carolina.

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    Medicaid in NC Expansion and debate

    Medicaid began with the goal of providing health care to needy people. NC lawmakers don't like how Medicaid has regularly run over budget in recent years.

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    Gov. Pat McCrory briefs media on Hurricane Arthur preparations in NC

    North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory briefs the media on preparation for the impact of Hurricane Arthur on coastal regions of the state. He gave his briefing Thursday, July 3, 2014 in Raleigh, NC.

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    ACC MascotsTake Over Louisville

    Video from the celebration welcoming Louisville to the ACC. Video courtesy of The ACC

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    JAZZ CAMP AT GLOBAL SCHOLARS ACADEMY

    Professional Durham musician Teli Shabu with 3-year-old daughter Funmi Shabu lead a session on rhythmic drumming to summer Jazz Camp students at the Global Scholars Academy in Durham on Monday, June 23, 2014. Harry Lynch, hlynch@newsobserver.com

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    McCrory and Tillis on Education Plan

    Teachers, education administrators and lawmakers flank Gov. Pat McCrory and NC House Speaker Thom Tillis, who announced legislation that would give teachers a 5 percent raise, would not require them to give up their tenure, and would not cut teacher assistant positions during a press conference Wednesday...

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    Teachers rally at state legislature

    Educators from across North Carolina rallied on Wednesday, June 25, 2014, on the Bicentennial Mall in front of the NC Legislature building in Raleigh. The group marched from NCAE headquarters to the mall, where they called on lawmakers to pass legislation to give teachers better pay.

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    Jack Saylor: 93-Year-Old Fitness Instructor

    Jack Saylor, 93, leads a senior fitness class at Wilson County Senior Center in Wilson, N.C., Friday, June 20, 2014. Saylor teaches the class every Tuesday and Friday. "I'm going to teach this class as long as I feel like teaching," Saylor said. "I feel good."

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