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Business & Economy
6:55 am
Tue May 15, 2012

North Carolina Exports Hit Record Level

North Carolina is manufacturing, selling and shipping a record number of goods according to latest numbers.  

Leoneda Inge:  Governor Bev Perdue’s office says North Carolina shipped 27-billion dollars in merchandise last year, a record.   It’s eight-percent higher than the year before.  And it’s 60 percent higher than a decade ago.  Derek Chen is the Director of Foreign Operations for the state Commerce Department.  He says the growth is phenomenal.

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Politics & Government
6:50 am
Tue May 15, 2012

Cate Edwards Could Testify For Her Father

Defense attorneys could call two noteworthy witnesses today at the John Edwards Trial.

Health
6:00 am
Tue May 15, 2012

Wake County, UNC Explore Mental Health Care Partnership

Wake County residents who need mental health care could become UNC Health Care patients later this year.

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Education
4:10 pm
Mon May 14, 2012

Nyang'Oro Will Be Investigated By SBI

The Orange County District Attorney has asked the State Bureau of Investigation to look into the activities of a UNC-Chapel Hill professor. Julius Nyang'Oro is accused of being paid for classes he did not teach.

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State of Things
11:49 am
Mon May 14, 2012

Meet Tom Maxwell

www.tommaxwell.com

Singer-songwriter Tom Maxwell was an eyewitness to how the Chapel Hill, NC music scene changed in the 1990s after it was dubbed “the new Seattle” by music critics. Suddenly, local rock bands were being courted and exploited by major record labels and making music became less fun for Maxwell.

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Politics & Government
9:35 am
Mon May 14, 2012

Canadian Consulate To Close In Raleigh

The rumors were correct.  The Canadian government has decided to close its consulate in Raleigh in the next couple of months. Some other Canadian trade offices will close as well.

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Health
9:25 am
Mon May 14, 2012

NC Health Insurer Seeks To Harness Consumer Data

Graham Hughes
sas.com

Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina and Cary-based information technology giant SAS are collaborating to provide more personalized health care.

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Science & Technology
4:17 pm
Fri May 11, 2012

Companies Meet To Discuss Cyber Attacks

Business leaders met in Cary today to discuss security threats to their corporate networks.

Gurnal Scott: No business is immune to cyber attacks. Several locally-based companies took part in an exercise to see how vulnerable computer systems can be. Cyber technology expert Joan Myers says breaches are expensive.

Joan Myers: It's up to a trillion dollars just last year in lost intellectual property.

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Science & Technology
12:40 pm
Fri May 11, 2012

"Propane Village" Opens In Raleigh

A training center opens in Raleigh this afternoon to highlight the latest uses for propane. North Carolina is the second largest user of the fuel behind California. John Jessup is the executive director of the North Carolina Propane Gas Association. He says propane burns cleaner and is cheaper than gasoline and diesel. He also says the natural gas boom is behind the boost in the propane supply.

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State of Things
11:49 am
Fri May 11, 2012

This is How

goodreads.com

Augusten Burroughs, best-selling author of "Running with Scissors," has bared his soul to the world on everything from his dysfunctional adolescence to his struggles with alcoholism. Now, he's ready to take some of those experiences and use them to help others.

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