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6:00 am
Wed April 25, 2012

Dalton Stresses Bipartisanship in Gubernatorial Campaign

Walter Dalton
www.daltonfornc.com

Earlier this week we profiled two Democratic candidates for governor: former U.S. Congressman Bob Etheridge and State House Representative Bill Faison. Today, in the final installment of our series covering the main Democratic candidates, we’ll hear from Lieutenant Governor Walter Dalton. He’s from the western town of Rutherfordton, where he was raised by his widowed mother.

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Politics & Government
5:00 am
Wed April 25, 2012

Young Testimony Continues in Edwards Trial

The Trial is taking place at the Federal Courthouse in Greensboro
Jeff Tiberii

Day three of the John Edwards Trial is expected to provide more testimony from former campaign aide Andrew Young.

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Politics & Government
4:30 am
Wed April 25, 2012

GOP Candidates For State Superintendent

Five candidates are running for the Republican nomination for State Superintendent. Dave DeWitt reports that the race will come down to the last days.

Dave DeWitt: The five candidates suffer from a bad case of poor name recognition. Richard Alexander, Mark Crawford, Ray Earnest Martin, John Tedesco and David Scholl are not well-known statewide.

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Politics & Government
9:16 pm
Tue April 24, 2012

President Obama Talks Student Loan Debt At UNC

President Obama brought his message of affordable education for all to the Tar Heel State as part of a day-long college tour.

Gurnal Scott: University of North Carolina juniors Maria Rodriguez, Emalyn Penn and Mariella Albarado sat together at UNC's Carmichael Arena hoping for specific words to come from the President.

Maria Rodriguez: I want to hear him say that there are going to be cheap student loans. That's exactly what I want to hear him say.

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State of Things
11:10 am
Tue April 24, 2012

NC’s Amendment Decision

North Carolina voters have been asked to decide on a constitutional amendment to provide that marriage between one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union recognized in the state. There's a lot of information and debate surrounding the ballot question and the implications of the amendment are fraught, but polls suggest many North Carolinians don't really know what it is or what it would do.

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State of Things
11:04 am
Tue April 24, 2012

What Every Girl Should Know

Playwright Monica Byrne's latest work tackles the Catholic Church, Margaret Sanger and women’s rights through the story of a group of adolescents learning about their bodies and the world.

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Politics & Government
6:10 am
Tue April 24, 2012

Amendment's Impact On Child Custody Debated

A proposed amendment to the North Carolina constitution would define marriage between one man and one woman as the only valid or recognized domestic legal union in the state. Opponents of the amendment claim its wording would put certain protections and benefits at risk for all unmarried couples and their children. Among them: child custody and visitation rights.

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Politics & Government
6:00 am
Tue April 24, 2012

Etheridge Promises Educational Change In Gubernatorial Campaign

Bob Etheridge
bobetheridgeforgovernor.com

There are three main Democratic candidates in the race to become North Carolina’s governor. Yesterday we heard from State House Representative Bill Faison, who says his priority is jobs. But the subject of today’s story is focused on education. Bob Etheridge is a former U.S. Congressman who also served as the state’s Superintendent of Public Instruction for seven years.

Jessica Jones: Bob Etheridge was born at home in Turkey, North Carolina, as the first of five children. He says neither his mother nor his father finished high school.

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Politics & Government
1:00 am
Tue April 24, 2012

Testimony Underway in Edwards Trial

John Edwards, leaving the courthouse last Thursday, has been supported by daughter Cate during the proceedings.
Photo: Jeff Tiberii

The testimony of a former John Edwards aide is expected to continue today at the Federal Courthouse in Greensboro.

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State of Things
10:23 am
Mon April 23, 2012

Meet Brian Malow

www.sciencecomedian.com

Science is serious business, but Brian Malow has been making people laugh about it for years. Malow calls himself the world's “premier science comedian.”

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