The statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee removed last year from Duke Chapel will remain an empty space, responding to protests and violent racial clash in Charlottesville. Duke President Vincent Price said a plaque will explain why.
Former ECU football player Anthony Domonique Lennon had 19 bullet wounds from being gunned down in a restaurant parking lot last year in apparent retaliation for a lost drug shipment, according to an autopsy report.
A former Johnston County magistrate, who was accused of providing tips to people who had warrants out for their arrest and searching a government data system 71 times for a man with whom she had a personal issue, pleaded guilty Monday.
Police in Durham, North Carolina, were asking the public Monday morning to help them find a Honda CRV that likely has front-end damage after fatally hitting a woman Sunday night before the car and its driver fled.
Raleigh police are seeking the driver who struck and killed a pedestrian early Saturday on New Bern Avenue near Trawick Road. The man, Sabas Colon Habana, was not in a designated crosswalk and might have been impaired, police said.
North Carolina Democrat Ed Hanes, a member of the legislature who represents Winston-Salem in the House of Representatives, will resign and city councilman Derwin Montgomery will take his place in the General Assembly.
The North Carolina Tar Heels announced they are suspending 13 football players for their roles in selling sneakers. One player is Chazz Surratt. The NCAA approved a request to stagger their suspensions since many play the the same position.
Two people died and three were injured in a two-vehicle collision Sunday morning on Louisburg Road at its intersection with Fox Road, Raleigh police said. The two people killed were in a vehicle that caught fire.
Two vetoes from Democratic Governor Roy Cooper came up in the NC General Assembly on Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018. Republican legislators who supported the bills voted to override Cooper’s veto, despite Democrats’ objections.
One person died – a Durham County, North Carolina, sheriff’s office detention officer – and four were hospitalized when a car in a police chase that had been reported stolen at gunpoint crashed into two other cars.