Tata resigns as DOT secretary
Weeks after squelching rumors that he was leaving to run for political office, Transportation Secretary Tony Tata resigned Tuesday to, as Gov. Pat McCrory said in a statement, focus on "personal and family matters."
- South Carolina family shares story of rescue at sea
Two boys and two adults rescued by the US Coast Guard after spending more than 20 hours floating at sea.
- US analyst who spied for Israel to be paroled after 30 years
Jonathan Pollard, a former Naval intelligence analyst convicted of spying for Israel and passing along a trove of classified documents, has been granted parole and will be released from prison in November after nearly 30 years, his lawyers said Tuesday.
- 'I was stunned': Raleigh retiree wins $230K lottery
A retired Raleigh man who won nearly $231,000 in the North Carolina Education Lottery says he plans to celebrate by splurging on a nice dinner at Angus Barn and will save the rest of the money for his future.
- Citizens hear plans for 'national grocer' in southeast Raleigh
On site plan drawings for the project, SP-35-15, which are available through the City of Raleigh, the anchor grocer is identified as a Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market.
- Judge: Raleigh woman can't sue doctor, companies over spinal device
A Raleigh woman who said a surgeon implanted a homemade device on her spine can't sue two medical device companies or the surgeon, a federal judge ruled.
- New owners plan extensive renovations for Holiday Inn Bordeaux
- State: Employee died after being struck by granite slab
- Lawmakers pass bill to standardize state gun permit process
- Senate execution bill keeps drugs, suppliers, process secret
- Friends: Slain woman tried to protect herself from ex-boyfriend
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- Scientists worry about arms race in artificial intelligence
- Microsoft's free Windows 10 giveaway: What that means
- Mental health experts respond carefully to mass killings
- Software turns smartphones into tools for medical research
- Half of Columbia River sockeye salmon dying due to hot water
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