The Latest: Graham to lie in state 2 days; private funeral

The Latest: Graham to lie in state 2 days; private funeral

The Latest on the death of the Rev. Billy Graham (all times local):
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Billy Graham gave more than prayer to presidents

The Rev. Billy Graham was a presidential fixture stretching back to the early years of the Cold War.
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The Latest: Billy Graham gave more than prayer to presidents

The Latest on Billy Graham's relationship with the presidents (all times local):
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Billy Graham dies: 'America's Pastor,' adviser to presidents

As a young man, Billy Graham practiced his sermons by preaching to the alligators and birds in the swamp. At his height years later, he was bringing the word of God into living rooms around the globe via TV and dispensing…
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Procession planned for 'America's Pastor,' Rev. Billy Graham

The Rev. Billy Graham, the Christian evangelist dubbed “America's Pastor” who died this week at 99, will lie in repose for two days next week with a funeral to be held March 2.
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Again the question: Could armed teachers stop shootings?

By CAROLYN THOMPSON Associated Press
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Injunction sought, could delay legislative primaries in Wake

Injunction sought, could delay legislative primaries in Wake

Yet another redistricting lawsuit filed, this one targeting four Wake County House districts.
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Faithful flock to Graham library, mountain home

People from across North Carolina and across the U.S. flocked to the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte on Wednesday to pay tribute to the man who preached to millions and counseled presidents and paupers alike.
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'The Lord called him home:' Daughter remembers Billy Graham's legacy

Rev. Billy Graham was being remembered around the world Wednesday night by followers, U.S. presidents and family members, including his daughter, Ruth.
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Triangle pastor says Billy Graham is why he joined the ministry

The legendary Billy Graham’s reach was far and wide and transcended people of all ages. A local minister said his encounter with Graham at the age of ten changed his life forever.
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'You changed somebody's life:' TV show recognizes work of 911 dispatchers

A new Fox show is taking a fast-paced look at the heroic work of first responders, similar to those who serve a critical role in the Triangle.
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Raleigh pedestrian killed in crash identified

Raleigh pedestrian killed in crash identified

Authorities on Wednesday identified the pedestrian who was struck and killed Tuesday night while attempting to cross Capital Boulevard near Buffaloe Road, an incident that prompted the closure of Capital for several hours while police investigated the incident.
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'America's pastor,' renowned evangelist Billy Graham dies

Evangelist Billy Graham, who spread the Christian gospel to millions of people worldwide and counseled U.S. presidents for decades, died Wednesday at his home in the mountain town of Montreat, according to the Billy Graham Evangelical Association. He was 99.
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Barn-like library reflects Graham's life, influence

The Billy Graham Library and Museum in Charlotte is laid out like few others.
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GenX found in rain

Tiny amounts of a chemical used to make Teflon was found in rain 70 miles from a Bladen County plant.
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Montreat embraced Graham

Respect for Rev. Billy Graham was perhaps most profound in Montreat, the college town in the North Carolina mountains that he and his family called home for decades.
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Daughter followed in Graham's footsteps

Anne Graham Lotz has lived in Raleigh for decades, yet never felt far from her father, the late Rev. Billy Graham.
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Prosecution: Slain man wasn't even in Raleigh homeowner's yard

Prosecution: Slain man wasn't even in Raleigh homeowner's yard

The case of a Raleigh homeowner who shot an unarmed man outside his house after complaining about “hoodlums” in his neighborhood will go to the jury Thursday.
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WCPSS addresses school security as group marches in support of stricter gun policies

A large group on Tuesday night called for stricter gun policies during a march from Pullen Memorial Baptist Church to the State Capitol building.

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'Readvolution' goals achieved, thousands of kids attend Hurricanes practice

More than 7,000 students from Wake County elementary schools descended on PNC Arena Wednesday morning to enjoy a unique experience with the Carolina Hurricanes.
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Raleigh pedestrian killed in hit-and-run identified

Authorities on Wednesday identified the pedestrian who was struck and killed Tuesday night while attempting to cross Capital Boulevard near Buffaloe Road, an incident that prompted the closure of Capital for several hours while police investigated the incident.
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Hundreds of UNC-Chapel Hill students gather in response to rumors of white nationalist rally

Hundreds of students gathered at Polk Place on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill Wednesday in response to rumors of a white nationalist rally planned on campus.
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Former Fort Bragg soldier helps victims' families manage grief

A former Fort Bragg soldier and suicide prevention specialist is reaching out to the families of the Florida shooting victims in a unique way.

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North Carolina: Chemours chemical penalties delayed to stick

North Carolina: Chemours chemical penalties delayed to stick

North Carolina environmental regulators are delaying penalties against a chemical company for discharging compounds with little-researched health but worrying effects until they're confident a case will stand up in court.
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Rebuffed elsewhere, advocacy group sue to alter House lines

Several election advocacy groups have sued to try again to block legislative districts in one North Carolina county from being used in this year's elections.
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Authorities identify 2 Marines killed in motorcycle crash

The N.C. Highway Patrol has identified two Camp Lejeune Marines who were killed when their motorcycles collided last weekend.
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North Carolina police have no special plans for tournament

A North Carolina police department says it's making no significant changes in its plans before a basketball tournament during which shootings have occurred the past two years.
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The Latest: Judges hear arguments in special session lawsuit

The Latest on a court hearing about litigation challenging the constitutionality of a 2016 special session of the North Carolina General Assembly (all times local):
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New task force to test, monitor North Carolina river

Environmentalists are using a new task force in western North Carolina to test and monitor for E. coli and sewage leaks draining into the French Broad Watershed.
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Tucson Society of the Blind Rodeo Concert

Tucson Society of the Blind Rodeo Concert

Rodeo concert tickets are $10.00 each performance and can be purchased by calling 520 721 3003. There will be a silent auction on both days and a raffle drawing on Friday. The raffle grand prize will be $100 cash. All proceeds benefit the Tucson Society of the Blind. For additional information or
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Piano trio to give free concert…more community news

Two palliative care specialists whose work has significantly improved care for patients in San Diego County have been named 2017 recipients of the CSU Institute for Palliative Care's Doris A. Howell, MD, Award for Advancing Palliative Care. See photo details below. (courtesy CSU Institute for Pa
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MSSU Choral Society to begin work on spring concert

The choir will prepare for its spring concert on April 29, which will include a medley “The Musical World of Walt Disney” and “Made in the USA.” The group is conducted by Al Carnine. No auditions are required, but it is hoped singers have had past experience in a choir. All singe
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Pearl Jam announces Seattle tour dates; pledges $1 million to help homeless

SEATTLE – Pearl Jam lead guitarist Mike McCready raised the band's flag on the Space Needle Monday morning to announce the band's “The Home Shows” Seattle concert dates as well as the band's pledge of at least $1 million to help Seattle's homeless population. The band will
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Nashoba Symphonic to perform second concert

Nashoba Symphonic Band will present “Summer Dreams,” the second concert of the ensemble's 2017-18 season, at 3 p.m. Feb. 11 in the Nashoba Regional High School auditorium, 12 Green Road, Bolton. The 106-member Nashoba Symphonic Band will is performing John Philip Sousa's “Manh
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Concert Review: Ninet Tayeb

Tayeb's latest incarnation continues her indie-angst transformation, far from the reality-winner image and associated tabloid gossip and public backlash. 2 minute read. Share on facebook. Share on twitter. Ninet Tayeb . (photo credit: RAFI DELOYA). Like it or not, reality TV is the lifeblood of
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Hunting pastor mistaken for coyote shot, killed

Hunting pastor mistaken for coyote shot, killed

A North Carolina pastor out hunting was killed when authorities say another hunter mistook him for a coyote.
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Suit challenging N Carolina special session goes to trial

A legal challenge of a special session called by Republicans at the North Carolina General Assembly to pass laws that eroded Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's powers is going to trial.
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Salvation Army: Carolinas employee embezzled nearly $230K

A worker at the Salvation Army's headquarters for the Carolinas is accused of embezzling nearly $230,000.
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Biographical details on the Rev. Billy Graham

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Leaders express admiration, sadness for Billy Graham

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Country Star Sam Hunt to play Atlantic City Beach Concert Series

Country Star Sam Hunt to play Atlantic City Beach Concert Series

ATLANTIC CITY — Country Music star Sam Hunt will perform on July 1 as part of this summer's Atlantic City Beach Concert Series, Mayor Frank Gilliam … The show is part of a three-year, $6 million agreement with the CRDA that requires Live Nation to bring at least six beach concerts or even
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JJ Lin to go on new world tour in March, with stop in Singapore

SINGAPORE: Singaporean Mandopop singer-songwriter JJ Lin has announced his new concert tour, which will feature at least 16 stops. In a Facebook Live video recorded in Taiwan on Monday (Jan 22), the 36-year-old said revealed that the tour, titled Sanctuary, will begin in Shanghai on March 17.
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Sound Bites hosts Esteban Dinner Concert

Dinner and drinks make the concert a night on the town. Esteban originally from Pittsburgh has quite a good musical journey. You will hear the songs and stories of his career that continues to grow. Esteban is always writing new music and has produced an extensive CD collection with more than eight
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Corey O'Brien's Concert and Event Calendar | Week of January 24th

Radio From Hell · Win · Concerts & Events · DJs · Latest News; Media. X96 Video · X96 Live Video Feed · Photos · Podcasts · X96 Mobile App · Features · Xposed (New music weeknights at 8) · Xposed Featured Tracks · Fresh X (new music blog) · X96 IPO (A full hour a new alternative Sundays
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Berkeley calendar: Artists For Humanity Benefit Concert

Berkeley calendar: Artists For Humanity Benefit Concert … By Staff Reports | Bay Area News Group … Artists For Humanity Concert: Artists for Humanity perform a special concert to benefit immigrants being detained at the West County Detention Facility in Richmond featuring dance, music and poetry
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Concert draws 100000 to plaza, but show, Sinulog parties orderly

Overall, the police considered the ban as good news. “Baseline area on Gen. Maxilom Ave., notorious for its near-stampede incidents in the previous years, attracted a crowd of not more than 35,000. Around 10 p.m., most of them flocked to Plaza Independencia where a concert was being held.
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