Superintendent says no more dismissals after 9 bomb threats

Superintendent says no more dismissals after 9 bomb threats

The superintendent of a North Carolina school system says she will no longer dismiss students from classes after receiving nine bomb threats in less than a month.
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Deputies: Law requires secrecy for fatal shooting files

A North Carolina sheriff's office says it's obligated by state law to keep investigative files secret as it fights an excessive-force lawsuit.
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Legislators want more schools to make security plans

Some North Carolina legislators want more schools to provide basic building information and access to local and state law enforcement to better respond to emergencies or violent acts on campus.
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News Minute: Here is the latest North Carolina news from The Associated Press at 11:40 a.m. EDT

A committee studying the possible removal of three Confederate monuments on North Carolina's Capitol grounds is accepting public comments for one more day. So far, the committee that's part of the North Carolina…
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Officials: About 900 evacuated from Fort Bragg building

Authorities at Fort Bragg say one of the largest buildings on the North Carolina Army post has been evacuated in response to a threat.
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New courts panel chairman succeeds beleaguered House member

A former appeals judge now in the legislature is the new chairman of a panel that recommends legislation on North Carolina's courts.
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