McCrory has been quietly skewing the workers' comp system

NC's Industrial Commission, which rules on worker's comp claims, getting remade with a pro-business look
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In final days of campaign, Tillis-Hagan close on spending too

In final days of campaign, Tillis-Hagan close on spending too

Federal report shows campaign spending tightens as Election Day approaches.

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Durham murder trial resumes Thursday

Durham murder trial resumes Thursday

Man stands accused of shooting wife in chest in 2011

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Hillsborough principal accused of blocking GSA leaves behind four-year contract

Hillsborough principal accused of blocking GSA leaves behind four-year contract

Board of Education approved contract for A.L. Stanback Middle School principal in April, prior to Indy report on Gay-Straight Alliance controversy.

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2014 General Election: Early Voting by the Numbers

2014 General Election: Early Voting by the Numbers

North Carolina voters are turning out in droves.

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Film review: In smart, wicked indie <i>Listen Up Philip</i>, language is a weapon

Film review: In smart, wicked indie Listen Up Philip, language is a weapon

The film starring Jason Schwartzman and Elizabeth Moss opens in the Triangle on Friday, Oct. 31.

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