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Darold Bowden, 43, of Linden, N.C., was arrested on Tuesday in connection with six cold-case rape investigations. Fayetteville Police Department hide caption

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A historical commission decided that Confederate monuments at the state Capitol building in Raleigh, including this one recognizing the North Carolina women of the Confederacy, will not be moved. Gerry Broome/AP hide caption

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A photo provided by James Castellano, of Monroe, N.C., shows a drink he bought from a boy, background, in Monroe on Saturday. A teenager who held up the North Carolina lemonade stand for $17 was still at large Monday, authorities said. James Castellano/AP hide caption

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Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson arrives to testify at a hearing of the House Financial Services Committee on Capitol Hill on June 27, 2018. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Why Charlotte Is One Of Ben Carson's Models For HUD's Work Requirements

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This GOES-16 GeoColor satellite image taken on May 26, at 21:30 UTC, and provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), shows Subtropical Storm Alberto in the the Gulf of Mexico. The slow-moving system made landfall on Monday in the Florida Panhandle. NOAA via AP hide caption

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People inside the North Carolina state Capitol, in Raleigh, look out a window upon the teachers' march Wednesday. Educators, school workers and parents joined the protests to push for greater school funding. Logan Cyrus/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The video shows a white police officer choking a young tuxedo-clad man who is African-American, pushing him against a storefront and then slamming him to the ground outside a North Carolina Waffle House. Anthony Wall via Facebook/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Casey Collins, Duke University energy manager, inspects a boiler at the West Campus Steam Plant. Soon, these boilers will run on swine biogas instead of natural gas. James Morrison/WUNC hide caption

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Ilia Henderson (left) is planning to sign up for a health insurance plan on the federal marketplace with help from Charlotte, N.C.-based navigator Julieanne Taylor (right) again this year. Alex Olgin/WFAE hide caption

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Reductions In Federal Funding For Health Law Navigators Cut Unevenly

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An undated photo provided by the Buncombe County Detention Center shows Michael Christopher Estes, who is accused of planting an improvised explosive device at the Asheville Regional Airport in North Carolina on Oct. 6. AP hide caption

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The Rev. Robert Wright Lee, a relative of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, resigned on Monday as pastor from a North Carolina church. Above, Lee speaks at the MTV Video Music Awards in August. Matt Sayles/Invision/AP hide caption

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North Carolina Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger says Democrats are looking to deflect blame for their electoral losses. Gerry Broome/AP hide caption

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Demonstrators march from the courthouse to the jail in Durham, N.C. Dozens of protesters attempted to turn themselves in to law enforcement Thursday in solidarity with those who have been arrested for toppling a Confederate monument earlier this week. Jonathan Drew/AP hide caption

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Visitors had to leave Ocracoke Island, lining up at this gas station as they set off, when electricity was cut off on July 27. Evacuation orders for the North Carolina holiday spot are lifted as of noon Friday, along with those for Hatteras Island, now that power has been restored. C. Leinbach/AP hide caption

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