Senate Republican leaders are asking North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper to immediately sign or veto bills on his desk so they can override them without having to return during Christmas week. They say Cooper would be a “grinch” by waiting to veto.
UNC-Chapel Hill graduate teaching assistants and faculty who had threatened a grade strike over Silent Sam said they have turned in undergraduate grades for the fall semester, but are prepared to strike in the spring if the Confederate monument is brought back to campus.
Wake County Commissioner Greg Ford is proposing the county sell the former Crooked Creek Golf Course just months after purchasing it for a park in the southern part of Wake County. The purchase was debated.
A wealthy Russian who has been living in the Triangle for nearly a decade will appear in federal court Tuesday on charges of money laundering, kickbacks that defrauded the Russian military out of tens of millions of dollars and plotting a murder-for-hire scheme to kill his wife’s alleged lover.
An internet troll who harassed a black college student with racist messages on social media has agreed to a court settlement requiring him to get "anti-hate training," apologize in writing and on video and publicly renounce white supremacy.
The Poor People’s Campaign led by Rev. Willam Barber II condemned the N.C. General Assemby's passage of a vet- proof voter ID bill during a press conference Monday, Dec. 17, 2018 in the Bicentennial Mall in Raleigh.