Despite the victory of outsider Donald Trump in the GOP presidential primary, there were few signs of a political prairie fire Tuesday as North Carolina voters generally cast their ballots for well-established candidates.
I have covered some of the most colorful Southern political figures of recent decades, from George Wallace to Jesse Helms. Donald Trump’s rally last week, though, was the first to feature arias from Italian operas.
When he was running for the 12th Congressional District seat in 1992, state Rep. Mickey Michaux of Durham famously quipped: “I love the district because I can drive down I-85 with both car doors open and can hit every person in the district.”
Video: North Carolina coach Larry Fedora comments on former Illinois coach Tim Beckman joining his staff as a volunteer assistant. Beckman was fired one year ago by Illinois after he reportedly deterred injury reporting, and pressured players to continue playing despite injuries.
UNC's Larry Fedora on Tim Beckman joining his staff
Broughton's Abdulle Ibrahim credits teamwork
Green Hope highlights and Jacob Kendall interview
Bob Herring talks about how he fell in love with old time music