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RALEIGH — A three-judge N.C. Superior Court panel has tossed out North Carolina’s election maps for state House and Senate districts. The court has ordered state lawmakers to draw new maps in two weeks.

The path of Hurricane Dorian has shifted west, with forecasters projecting a possible landfall on the North Carolina coast.

ROCKINGHAM — A Scotland County man with charges already pending in three counties is now accused of stealing several trucks over the summer.

ROCKINGHAM — The United Way of Richmond County will be joined next week by volunteers to complete 10 projects as it kicks off its campaign with the annual “Day of Caring.”

ROCKINGHAM — With Hurricane Dorian bearing down on the United States, Events Coordinator Kim Williams made the decision Tuesday to move back the date of The Tams Plaza Jam performance.

WADESBORO — Time is running out for local K-12 teachers to apply for grants of up to $2,000 from Pee Dee Electric through the Bright Ideas Education Grant Program.

RALEIGH — This summer, a Canadian grocery store took the war on plastic bags to the next level.

HAMLET — Attending her first meeting this month, longtime attorney Melanie J. Carroll was appointed to Richmond Community College’s Board of Trustees by Gov. Roy Cooper.

Several evacuations have been ordered across the Carolinas have been ordered as the path of Hurricane Dorian remains in question.

RALEIGH — As Hurricane Dorian approaches, the State Board of Elections encourages individuals eligible to vote in Sept. 10 contests to consider casting their ballot during the One-Stop early voting period, which ends Friday (Sept. 6).

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