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Study Abroad

UNC Charlotte has canceled spring break study abroad programs to China, South Korea, Japan and Northern Italy due to coronavirus concerns.

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Attack Ad

Attack ads are flying between two of the candidates in the three-way Republican primary for attorney general.

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Campaign Loans

In low-profile Council of State primaries with a crowded field, some candidates are plowing hundreds of thousands of dollars from their personal bank accounts to run TV ads and raise their name recognition.

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Decisive Primaries

Thanks to legislative districts that heavily lean Republican or Democratic, several of next week’s primary contests could likely determine who will replace a retiring legislator next year.

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DA Complaint

The N.C. State Bar filed a complaint last week against an embattled former district attorney who was forced to resign from office during a State Bureau of Investigation probe that revealed his wife had been collecting a state paycheck for time she wasn’t working.

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Development Plan

When Charlotte government and business leaders set out to redevelop two largely dormant blocks uptown, they vowed to create a hub of shops, restaurants, high-rise buildings and some low-income apartments.

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Airport Exits

Drivers will soon notice the start of a multiyear effort to rebuild the Interstate 40 interchange at Airport Boulevard, just south of Raleigh-Durham International Airport.

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Distribution Center

It took four years, but grocery chain Publix took a big step toward opening its first North Carolina distribution center with a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday on a large swath of land east of Greensboro.

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Sanders Visit

Democratic Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders made a stop at Winston-Salem State University Thursday as he campaigns ahead of the Super Tuesday primary.

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Baby Advocate Award

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Campaign Filings

Who says you can’t make an obscure joke in a routine campaign finance filing and wait two months for the wrong person to find it?

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Salem College President

Sandra J. Doran will step down as president of Salem Academy and College at the end of this academic year. Photo courtesy of Salem Academy and College.

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Judicial Race

A down-ballot primary race to fill a local judge’s seat generally is the last place to find election-year drama.

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Facility Closed

An assisted living facility in Brunswick County has been ordered closed, and the director and several employees are facing criminal charges, officials said.

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Wilson 2nd Amendment

Coming off a successful meeting with local Republicans, Second Amendment sanctuary supporters plan to pack the house at Monday’s Wilson County Board of Commissioners meeting.