Autopsy reports released by the N.C. Medical Examiners office on Tuesday and Wednesday offer a more detailed glimpse at the gunshot wounds that killed Deah Shaddy Barakat, his wife, Yusor Abu-Salha, and her sister Razan Abu-Salha.
A news conference held to denounce an Instagram post by an East Chapel Hill High School student turned into a raucus debate when the father of one of the girls in the photo showed up to defend his daughter
In the fallout from treating one the most violent patients in Rex Hospital’s history, the Raleigh hospital was recently threatened with loss of millions of dollars in federal funding. Investigators found that hospital staff kept the patient immobilized in restraints for extended periods and subdued him with a Taser stun gun on two separate occasions.
U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield, a North Carolina Democrat and the chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, on Tuesday criticized Baltimore’s police union president for declaring that the six officers charged in the case weren’t responsible for the death of Freddie Gray.
The winter conditions for Bermuda grass, which makes up the majority of fairways and tees in North Carolina, were the worst in 20 years. This week’s weather will play a major role in how much courses recover.
The NC House has approved legislation that would freeze the requirement that electric utilities use increasing amounts of renewable energy. The provision could also make it harder to launch new solar projects, and it would reduce what had been a guaranteed market for renewable energy.
With a unanimous vote by the Council of State, Raleigh and the state government have inked a deal for the city to buy the Dorothea Dix campus. Boosters have long said such a sale could bring a “Central Park” for the entire state to Raleigh.
It was with more hope than accuracy that the founder of this Orange County city picked the name Garden Grove in 1874 for what was little more than an open plain under the sweltering Southern California sun.
Attorneys for a former Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer charged in the shooting death of a man in 2013 have filed motions asking that the case be thrown out because key blood evidence has been destroyed.