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Opening statements are expected to begin Wednesday in the trial of Jonathan Broyhill, who is accused of killing a prominent political strategist in Raleigh two years ago.
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The legislature invited Mark Martin to give a “State of the Judiciary” address Wednesday afternoon. This marks the first time since 2001 a chief justice has made such a speech to a joint House-Senate session since I. Beverly Lake Jr. did so in 2001.
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AP Source: Greg Hardy to Meet With NFL Officials
A person familiar with the situation says Panthers defensive end and soon-to-be free agent Greg Hardy will meet with NFL officials in New York on Wednesday to discuss his domestic violence case. 07:22 AM
Religious Objection to NC Gay Marriage Leads to Bill Debate
A House judiciary committee scheduled debate Wednesday on the measure, which cleared the Senate last week. Senate leader Phil Berger filed the bill in response to a local magistrate quitting his job rather than presiding after federal judges struck down North Carolina's same-sex marriage ban in October. 07:15 AM
Greensboro Transportation Company Accused of Filing Fraudulent Claims
Investigators reportedly raided the offices of Gate City Transportation on Monday, searching and seizing vehicles. The company is accused of filing millions of dollars in fraudulent Medicaid and Medicare claims. 03/03/2015 05:17 PM
Burlington Police Chief to Host Community Meetings on Police Services
Police Chief Jeffrey Smythe is looking to a series of public meetings to help make his department more responsive to the community. Smythe will host six meetings in March and one in April with community leaders, citizens and officers that he hopes will spark candid conversations. 03/03/2015 05:43 PM
South Elm Street to See Restaurant Growth in Coming Months
There are some new items on downtown Greensboro's menu. A couple of restaurants are either expanding or opening new locations on South Elm Street. 03/03/2015 04:44 PM
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In this series, "Through My Eyes," Time Warner Cable News reporters speak with African-American youth and adults about the issues black males face and how they feel in today's America. How has the country progressed since the Civil Rights marches of the 1960s and how do African-American men feel they are perceived in today's world? Watch it the full special now!
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Ice Finally Melted From Walkways, NC Zoo Reopens After Week
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