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Thursday - March 26, 2015
Governor Lashes Out Against General Assembly

RALEIGH - Governor Pat McCrory is taking the State Senate to task on something they are trying to do on sales taxes -- and something they are not doing on business incentives. The governor, speaking before a group of higher education leaders, says he believes the Senate is dragging its feet when it comes to dealing with a House-passed incentives plan he offered called "NC Completes."

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New Bill Would Allow Crossing Double Lines on Road

CHARLOTTE - New legislation being considered in the North Carolina General Assembly would let drivers cross double yellow lines on the road to pass a slower driver in front of them. Tiffany Wright with AAA Carolinas says her organization strongly opposes this measure but says she understands the motivation.

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Court Ruling Turns GA, Gov. Relationship Sour

RALEIGH - The relationship between the Governor and the General Assembly may turn frosty as three-judge panel ruled in favor of Gov. Pat McCrory over the state legislature.

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Troxler Announces Local Restaurant Contest

RALEIGH - If you love the Tar Heel state and love to eat, good news: The North Carolina Department of Agriculture is starting its "Dig Into Local" menu contest. Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler says the contest will ask restaurants to submit the menus with North Carolina ingredients.

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DOT Tips During Work Zone Awareness Week

RALEIGH - An engineering technician with the North Carolina Department of Transportation was killed Monday when a driver hit him. This tragic incident comes during National Work Zone Awareness Week. Mark Mueller, spokesperson with the state DOT, says there are two main causes of accidents in work zones.

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Raleigh Scaffold Collapse Victims Identified

RALEIGH  -- Authorities have confirmed three deaths after a scaffolding collapsed at an 11 story building in downtown Raleigh. It happened around 11 a.m. when the construction platform fell from high up on the Charter Square building. The incident happened shortly before 11 a.m. Monday morning.

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