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Update: Former teacher wanted for sexual assault turns herself in

The former South Lenoir High School teacher who was wanted for committing a sexual assault on a student turned herself into the Lenoir County Sheriff’s office on Tuesday, according to officials.

Progressive groups announce plans to register voters

Progressive groups in North Carolina say they're starting a campaign to sign up voters between now and 25 days before the March primary, when registration ends.

State school report cards released

Tuesday was the day Public Schools of North Carolina released its annual report cards on every school in the state.

Moen warehouse

Moen warehouse expected to create jobs, revenue in Craven County

The new facility, which is not far from Moen's assembly plant in New Bern, is expected to have at least 75 jobs in place when it opens next year.

McCrory joins court brief in Virginia district case

Gov. Pat McCrory says he's put his name on a court brief siding with a Virginia school district sued over a transgender teenager and the use of bathrooms.

Pirates won't accept special invite from NCAA for bowl game

The NCAA is granting a special waiver for teams with five wins this season since there are not enough six-win teams to play in bowl games. But ECU won't accept an invitation to a postseason game.

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Wallace-Rose Hill, James Kenan meet again with huge stakes

James Kenan and Wallace-Rose Hill will meet in the Class 1-AA Eastern Regional finals on Friday in a series that always seems to produce excellent games. The winner advances to the state finals.

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Pitt County towns getting microchips for animals

A handful of towns in Pitt County are getting technology to help them reunite lost pets with their owners.

Sixers win first game of year

Finally! Sixers beat Lakers to end losing skid

The Philadelphia 76ers said farewell to Kobe Bryant, the Los Angeles Lakers' retiring star, and hello to their first victory of the season on Tuesday night.

Laquan walking before shooting

Laquan McDonald shooting: Why so long for video?

In April, Chicago City Alderman Howard B. Brookins Jr. was prepared to vote in favor of a $5 million settlement for the family of Laquan McDonald.

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