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Workers removing statue of antebellum N.C. chief justice

A statue of a 19th-century North Carolina Supreme Court justice is being taken away from the entrance of the state Court of Appeals building.

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Officials: Inmate dies at county jail in North Carolina

An inmate in a North Carolina jail has died two days after he was booked into the facility.

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Man, 54, dies while hiking in Pisgah National Forest

A 54-year-old man has died while hiking in western North Carolina’s Pisgah National Forest.

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Officials: 65-year-old swimmer dies at North Carolina beach

A swimmer that had been reported missing at a beach on North Carolina’s Outer Banks has died.

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Fiery car crash in North Carolina leaves 3 men dead

Emergency responders say three men were found dead Sunday in North Carolina near the border with Virginia after firefighters extinguished a blaze in a wooded area following a car crash.

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Police: Driver accidentally backs car, hits 7 people

Law enforcement authorities in North Carolina say four people were hospitalized Sunday after a woman put her vehicle into the wrong gear and backed into seven individuals.

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Demostrators gather near North Carolina Confederate statue

Hundreds of people protested near a Confederate monument in a central North Carolina city where local officials have tried to limit the activities of demonstrators.

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UNC commission recommends re-naming 4 campus buildings

A commission at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has voted in favor of a recommendation to rename four campus buildings that currently have ties to slaveholders or white supremacists.

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North Carolina man works to uncover the past

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South Carolina woman’s story of race relations offers hope

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N.C. senator says he’s tested positive for COVID-19

A North Carolina state senator has tested positive for COVID-19, marking the first known public case for a General Assembly member.

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Suit seeks to block N.C. mail-in ballot witness mandate

A lawsuit seeks to block North Carolina’s witness requirement for people casting mail-in absentee ballots  for the November election because of the pandemic.