Top Raleigh news: Sparks takes stand in defamation case; gas station robbed, man in custody; more

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Congressman David Price spends day working in a Raleigh hardware store

North Carolina Congressman David Price learned firsthand about running a small business, as he traded time on Capitol Hill for a day behind the counter at a Raleigh hardware store Thursday.

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Nicholas Sparks takes the stand in Raleigh courtroom to testify in defamation lawsuit

Novelist Nicholas Sparks took the stand Thursday to testify about the 2013 departure of the former headmaster of a private Christian school he founded in North Carolina.

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Man arrested following Raleigh gas station robbery

One man is in custody following a robbery at a Raleigh BP gas station.

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Threat against NC prisons director leads to additional security

Law enforcement is stepping up security after a threat was made against the North Carolina director of prisons.

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NC State’s vice chancellor, dean for student affairs resigns

N.C. State University announced its vice chancellor and dean for the Division of Academic and Student Affairs has resigned, the school said in a statement released late Thursday.

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