Wake County Sheriff Deputy Chad Biggs, above,  and his partner, Chris Creech, also a sheriff's employee, hope to be the first to receive their marriage license once it becomes legal in North Carolina.
Wake County Sheriff Deputy Chad Biggs, above, and his partner, Chris Creech, also a sheriff's employee, hope to be the first to receive their marriage license once it becomes legal in North Carolina. clowenst@newsobserver.com
Wake County Sheriff Deputy Chad Biggs, above, and his partner, Chris Creech, also a sheriff's employee, hope to be the first to receive their marriage license once it becomes legal in North Carolina. clowenst@newsobserver.com

NC GOP leaders given until noon Friday to file plea in gay marriage lawsuits

October 09, 2014 12:42 PM

More Videos

  • Durham is fighting the potential takeover of one of its elementary schools by a charter organization

    A wealthy retired businessman from Oregon says his "significant economic resources" helped get passed a state law that will have charter operators over up to five low-performing elementary schools.