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President Barack Obama is holding a town-hall meeting Friday at Benedict College in Columbia to discuss the importance of community involvement. It is his first visit to South Carolina since being elected in 2008. The visit comes on the eve of the 50th anniversary of the Selma voting-rights marches.
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An attorney for Rasheed Sulaimon says an investigation into claims against the former Duke University guard was closed when claims couldn't be substantiated, according to a report in the Raleigh News & Observer. Sulaimon was dissmissed from the team by coach Mike Krzyzewski in January
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Business Owner Launches Port City App
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NC Rep. McHenry Introduces 'No Free Rides Act'
As federal judges debate whether President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration is legal, a North Carolina congressman is promoting legislation that would block tax benefits for undocumented immigrants. With the No Free Rides Act, Rep. Patrick McHenry wants to ban any undocumented immigrant from using the earned income tax credit. 08:51 AM
Gov. McCrory Announces Initiative to Find Jobs for Veterans, Keep Them in NC
A new initiative from the governor's office will help veterans find jobs in our state. 03/05/2015 08:39 PM
Ringling Bros. to Eliminate Elephant Acts from Circus
It's the end of an era for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus' iconic elephant acts. The company announced on Thursday it will phase out the elephants from their traveling circus performances by 2018. 03/05/2015 06:39 PM
State Board of Education Votes to Revoke Charters from Some Charter Schools
For just the third time in North Carolina's history, the State Board of Education voted Thursday to revoke the charter of a public charter school. 03/05/2015 09:01 PM
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Drastic Weather Changes for Thursday
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ACC Tournament Shares Rich History With City of Greensboro
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Workshop Teaches Military Women How to Succeed as Entrepreneurs
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