When Walter Mondale made his lone appearance in North Carolina during the 1984 fall presidential campaign, the highest-ranking Democrat to greet him was Agriculture Commissioner Jim Graham. Graham felt obligated to be there because Mondale was visiting the Asheville farmers market.
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.
Letha Muhammad, a leader of the Education Justice Alliance and Ramiyah Robinson, a senior at Southeast Raleigh High School, tell reporters that they're not overreacting by saying police should be removed from schools following the Rolesville High video.
Activists want police out of Wake County schools
Work progresses on new Union Station in downtown Raleigh
Betty White says her first job convinced her to stay in television
Louisville's Rick Pitino and Duke's Jeff Capel weigh in on the Grayson Allen situation