Wednesday, April 23, 2014

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The Department of Labor is issuing thousands of dollars in fines for the incident on the Vortex ride at the State Fair that sent five people to the hospital. The state issued the citations late Wednesday morning based on its investigation.

10:53 AM

Former Army Sergeant to receive Medal of Honor

Gov. Pat McCrory recognized the efforts of former Army Sergeant Kyle White in a private meeting Wednesday morning at the National Guard Readiness Center. Sergeant White is set to receive the military's highest honor in May at the White House.

Updated 1:43 PM

US SENATE DEBATE

GOP U.S. Senate primary debate

The major Republican candidates took the stage Tuesday night for the first televised debate in the U.S Senate Primary.

Updated 04/22/2014 10:51 PM

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COASTAL

Charges dropped against Wilson County deputy

The Wilson County District Attorney's office dropped the case against a Wilson County deputy accused of knocking a five-year-old off her bike with his vehicle earlier in April. Updated 11:53 AM

COASTAL

Camp Lejeune contamination case heads to Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court is considering a case today that could have major impacts on lawsuits against Camp Lejeune over contaminated drinking water. CTS Corporation v. Waldburger deals with North Carolina law and the comprehensive environmental response, compensation, and liability act. 11:42 AM

TRIANGLE

William Peace University president faces criticism

The president of William Peace University, Debra Townsley, is under fire from some students and faculty. Faculty at the school sent an eight pager letter to trustees saying they don't have confidence in Townsley. 9:55 AM

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