Raleigh man beaten by law enforcement sues state

Raleigh man beaten by law enforcement sues state

A Raleigh man beaten by law enforcement officers during an April confrontation filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the state Department of Public Safety.
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Concerns about private police force led to raids on Robeson casinos

A state judge earlier this year ordered armed security to stand down at various sites in Robeson County operated by the Tuscarora Nation tribe of Native Americans, but when they refused, state authorities took a closer look at the tribe’s activities.
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Raleigh's A Place at the Table continues to offer place for everyone

Owners of A Place at the Table, Raleigh’s only pay-what-you-can cafe, say their first seven months have been a success.

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Proposed amendments to be labeled simply 'Constitutional Amendment' on ballot

State lawmakers opted for simplicity Tuesday in deciding how to label six proposed constitutional amendments on the November ballot.
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Student accused of stealing research from Duke professor under Chinese government order

Foreign spies, allegedly being sent to the United States as students to steal secrets, include a Chinese student who built a multi-billion technology empire after studying with a Duke University professor.
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Lee, Cumberland among top 10 counties for opioid overdoses

New numbers released Tuesday show Lee County has one of the highest rates of drug overdose cases in North Carolina.
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