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Another 15 deaths from flu in North Carolina last week

State health officials say 15 more people died from the flu in North Carolina last week, helping to raise the toll for the 2019-2020 season to 115.

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3 killed in crash on Interstate 40; box truck driver charged

Three Georgia men were killed when a box truck hit a construction truck on Interstate 40, pushing the truck toward them.

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Assisted living facility shut down; several workers charged

Authorities in North Carolina have ordered an assisted living center to close, and investigators filed charges against several workers at the facility in connection with the theft of drugs earlier this year.

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Soldier stationed in NC charged with beating elderly couple

A soldier stationed at Fort Bragg in North Carolina was charged this week with breaking into the home of a couple in their 70s and severely beating them.

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North Carolina spa owner charged with indecent exposure

Police in North Carolina say the owner of a spa and massage parlor has been charged with exposing himself to at least 10 customers over a two-year period.

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U.S. election security chief visiting North Carolina city

North Carolina is getting visited by the nation’s homeland security chief to talk about election security this year, days before the state’s primary.

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Extraordinary North Carolina court review on voter ID sought

North Carolina Republican legislative leaders want the state’s entire Court of Appeals to hear arguments on a ruling by three of the court’s judges that set another barrier to implement voter photo identification.

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Teen accused of shooting North Carolina deputy pleads guilty

A teenager accused of shooting a North Carolina sheriff’s deputy two years ago has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from the incident.

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Police: Tractor, equipment runs over used cars parked in lot

Police in North Carolina say a tractor hauling a piece of equipment ran over a number of vehicles in a used car lot.

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Owner of service-dog nonprofit is facing criminal charges

A man who ran a nonprofit in North Carolina that sold service dogs to people with disabilities is now facing criminal charges over allegations that the dogs were poorly trained and had problems fighting with other dogs or biting people.