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Cambridge in Charlotte: British education comes to the suburbs, and NC takes note - The Charlotte Observer — Cambridge in Charlotte: British education comes to the suburbs, and NC takes note  The Charlotte ObserverA handful of public schools in the Charlotte area are bringing the Cambridge international program to North Carolina. Educators say the intense British ...
SCHUMACHER, Robert H. “Bob” - Buffalo News — SCHUMACHER, Robert H. “Bob”  Buffalo NewsSCHUMACHER - Robert H. Bob Age 88, of Charlotte, North Carolina, died on December 3, 2018 in Corpus Christi, Texas with his family at his side. Bob was ...
POLITICO Playbook: Pelosi all but locks up the speakership - POLITICO — POLITICO Playbook: Pelosi all but locks up the speakership  POLITICOAnd congressional Republicans ditch President Donald Trump on his shutdown enthusiasm.
Raleigh FBI raid | 5 more with Russia ties face charges - The News & Observer — Raleigh FBI raid | 5 more with Russia ties face charges  The News & ObserverA man whose North Raleigh home was raided by the FBI last month is accused of money laundering, plotting a murder-for-hire and defrauding the Russian ...
Trump's new Africa strategy takes sharp aim at China, Russia - New Castle News — Trump's new Africa strategy takes sharp aim at China, Russia  New Castle NewsWASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration on Thursday announced a sharp refocus of its Africa strategy to counter what it called the "predatory" practices ...
Duke University Begins Work on 10,000-Acre 'Carbon Farm' in Eastern NC - Duke Today — Duke University Begins Work on 10,000-Acre 'Carbon Farm' in Eastern NC  Duke TodayDURHAM, N.C. -- Duke University has acquired rights to create a 10000-acre 'carbon farm' on privately owned land in eastern North Carolina.
Honoring Our Lady of Guadalupe: Empress of the Americas - National Catholic Register — Honoring Our Lady of Guadalupe: Empress of the Americas  National Catholic RegisterMEXICO CITY — It would be virtually impossible to travel to Mexico without seeing the colorful, star-cloaked, evil-crushing image of Our Lady of Guadalupe on ...
Understanding the election scandal in North Carolina’s 9th district - Brookings Institution — Understanding the election scandal in North Carolina’s 9th district  Brookings InstitutionThere is a political scandal brewing around the election in the 9th congressional district of North Carolina; can you explain briefly what is going on there?
Remembering George H.W. Bush's NC State Visits - NC State News — Remembering George H.W. Bush's NC State Visits  NC State NewsWho would have thought that the mitt used by the visiting first baseman that April afternoon in 1948 at Riddick Stadium would spend four years in the bottom ...
McCready wants more answers from Harris about election fraud allegations in North Carolina 9 - NBCNews.com — McCready wants more answers from Harris about election fraud allegations in North Carolina 9  NBCNews.comAs allegations of election fraud continue to roil North Carolina's 9th Congressional District, Democrat Dan McCready is calling on Republican Mark Harris to give ...
Senate 2020: Republican exposure on paper, but not necessarily in practice - Rasmussen Reports — Senate 2020: Republican exposure on paper, but not necessarily in practice  Rasmussen ReportsThursday, December 13, 2018. GOP defending a lot of turf, but much of it is dark red. KEY POINTS FROM THIS ARTICLE. — Of the 34 Senate races on the ballot ...
Rumor Mill: Here Are The Candidates In The Running to Replace WH Chief of Staff John Kelly - Townhall — Rumor Mill: Here Are The Candidates In The Running to Replace WH Chief of Staff John Kelly  TownhallPresident Donald Trump's chief of staff, General John Kelly, said he would be leaving the White House at the end of the year. Vice President Mike Pence's chief ...
Jane Phillips: The Washington Family Dynasty of Kinston, NC - Part 3 - Neuse News — Jane Phillips: The Washington Family Dynasty of Kinston, NC - Part 3  Neuse NewsPart 3 – Susannah Sarah (Susan) Washington Graham. Susannah Sarah Washington was born in Kinston on 26 Feb 1816. She was called Susan by the family ...
North Carolina News: Wilmington Man, JOHN MICKEY HARRIS, JR. Sentenced to 10 Years for Heroin Distribution - STL.News — North Carolina News: Wilmington Man, JOHN MICKEY HARRIS, JR. Sentenced to 10 Years for Heroin Distribution  STL.NewsRALEIGH, N.C. – The United States Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina, Robert J. Higdon, Jr., announced that Chief United States District Judge ...
Jane Phillips: The Washington Family Dynasty of Kinston, NC - Part 2 - Neuse News — Jane Phillips: The Washington Family Dynasty of Kinston, NC - Part 2  Neuse NewsRead about how the Kinston to Goldsboro railroad started, what hardtack is, the impact of the Civil War to business in Lenoir County, and more as Jane Phillips ...
150th Anniversary: History and Significance of the 1868 NC Constitution - Campbell University News — 150th Anniversary: History and Significance of the 1868 NC Constitution  Campbell University NewsTo recognize the 150th Anniversary of the 1868 Constitution of North Carolina, Campbell Law will host Wake Forest Law Professor Michael Kent Curtis.
TV Picks 12.09.18 - National Catholic Register — TV Picks 12.09.18  National Catholic RegisterSolemn Mass and Veneration of the Incorrupt Heart of St. John Vianney. EWTN From the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, ...
Justice, John Luther - Winston-Salem Journal — Justice, John Luther  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM 05/04/1956 - 11/18/2018 Mr. John Luther Justice, 62, passed away on Sunday, November 18, 2018. The funeral *service* will be held at 2 p.m. ...
Sisk, John Miller - Winston-Salem Journal — Sisk, John Miller  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM November 15, 2018 John Miller Sisk, 86, of Maranda Road, passed away on Thursday, November 15, 2018 at Wake Forest Baptist Medical ...
Photos: PHOTOS: Today in History, Dec. 13 - Shelby Star — Photos: PHOTOS: Today in History, Dec. 13  Shelby StarA woman, standing over a 'Treason' poster, screams at Ernesto 'Che' Guevara as the aide to Cuban Premier Fidel Castro arrives at a CBS-TV studio in New ...
Recession in 2019 looks likely, says Duke survey of chief financial officers - San Francisco Chronicle — Recession in 2019 looks likely, says Duke survey of chief financial officers  San Francisco ChronicleDURHAM, N.C. — An economic downturn is looking more likely in 2019, according to a global survey of chief financial officers. Nearly half of the executives ...
SPX Announces Agreement to Purchase Marine and Obstruction Lighting Business of Carmanah Technology Corporation - Associated Press — SPX Announces Agreement to Purchase Marine and Obstruction Lighting Business of Carmanah Technology Corporation  Associated PressTransaction Expected to Close During Q1 2019;Expands and Strengthens SPX's Position in Engineered Lighting Solutions;Anticipated to be Modestly Accretive ...
North Carolina leaders remember John McCain - Spectrum News — North Carolina leaders remember John McCain  Spectrum NewsNORTH CAROLINA -- John McCain is leaving behind a legacy in the United States. North Carolina leaders are among those sharing positive memories and ...
Sen. John McCain Remembered by NC Reps, Other Lawmakers Across the U.S. - WFMYNews2.com — Sen. John McCain Remembered by NC Reps, Other Lawmakers Across the U.S.  WFMYNews2.comSenator John McCain passed away Saturday. He was 81. McCain's family announced Friday the senator had stopped treatment for his brain cancer. McCain ...
Butterfield's bill naming Durham Courthouse after John Hervey Wheeler passes House - WTVD-TV — Butterfield's bill naming Durham Courthouse after John Hervey Wheeler passes House  WTVD-TVCongressman G. K. Butterfield's bill, H.R. 3460, to designate the United States courthouse located on East Chapel Hill Street in Durham as the "John Hervey ...
John Paul II Project Brings Saint's Relic to US - National Catholic Register — John Paul II Project Brings Saint's Relic to US  National Catholic RegisterWhen Joseph and Corinne MacDonald headed to the United States in August to tell young people about the John Paul II Project they founded in Kraków, Poland ...
Don't judge state amendments by who is in power now - Hickory Daily Record — Don't judge state amendments by who is in power now  Hickory Daily RecordSALISBURY — During a recent debate about one of six constitutional amendments on North Carolina's 2018 ballot, General Assembly special counsel Brent ...
Former Buncombe officials Mandy Stone, John Creighton charged with fraud - WLOS — Former Buncombe officials Mandy Stone, John Creighton charged with fraud  WLOSOn Tuesday, a federal grand jury in Asheville returned a criminal bill of indictment charging three former top Buncombe County officials with 32 crimes. Photos: ...
Fact check: Is John Kerry working for ‘terrorist governments’ as NC candidate says? - The Herald-Sun — Fact check: Is John Kerry working for ‘terrorist governments’ as NC candidate says?  The Herald-SunRepublican Rickey Padgett, a candidate for the North Carolina legislature claims John Kerry is working on behalf of terrorist organizations.
Alumni Visit Gravesites of WWI Fallen - NC State News — Alumni Visit Gravesites of WWI Fallen  NC State NewsAs students return to campus and excitement begins for the start of the 2018 fall semester, take time to remember that 100 years ago, the situation at NC State ...
North Carolina Is Ordered to Redraw Its Gerrymandered Congressional Map. Again. - The New York Times — North Carolina Is Ordered to Redraw Its Gerrymandered Congressional Map. Again.  The New York TimesA panel of three federal judges again declared North Carolina's congressional district map to be unconstitutional, ruling on Monday that it was gerrymandered to ...
The person giving you official travel advice may be an inmate - USA TODAY — The person giving you official travel advice may be an inmate  USA TODAYA unique program in North Carolina trains female inmates to dispense travel advice and handle roadside assistance for official state toll-free numbers.
Event Highlights Legacy, Work of African American Cultural Center - NC State News — Event Highlights Legacy, Work of African American Cultural Center  NC State NewsThe U.S. Postal Services selects the African American Cultural Center to unveil its 2018 Kwanzaa stamp, putting a national spotlight on the center, which has ...
John Hood: Wheel of politics in North Carolina always turns - Greensboro News & Record — John Hood: Wheel of politics in North Carolina always turns  Greensboro News & RecordRALEIGH — In politics, the karma may not be instant — but it will get you, sooner or later. Want examples? Just check out the political headlines of the past.
NC apartment complex submerged in floodwater - CNN — NC apartment complex submerged in floodwater  CNNCNN's Brian Todd reports from Onslow County, North Carolina, where flooding from heavy rains from Hurricane Florence has left an apartment complex and ...
Wilmington access cut off as Florence flooding overwhelms North Carolina; 32 dead - USA TODAY — Wilmington access cut off as Florence flooding overwhelms North Carolina; 32 dead  USA TODAYStorm-weary residents of North Carolina struggled Monday to loosen the grip of Florence, the lingering killer that has closed more than 100 roads, cut off power ...
NC governors, already among weakest in US, are on their way to becoming potted plants - The News & Observer — NC governors, already among weakest in US, are on their way to becoming potted plants  The News & ObserverThe NC General Assembly disdained Roy Cooper, Bev Perdue and Pat McCrory and now the legislature wants voters to pass two constitutional amendments ...
John Bell Performs New Song In North Carolina - JamBase — John Bell Performs New Song In North Carolina  JamBaseWatch Widespread Panic guitarist John Bell perform a new song at a talent show held at a country club in Highlands, North Carolina.
The Latest: Florence now a Category 2 storm, still dangerous - The Mercury News — The Latest: Florence now a Category 2 storm, still dangerous  The Mercury NewsRALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The Latest on Hurricane Florence (all times local):. 11:00 p.m.. Hurricane Florence has been downgraded to a Category 2 storm but it is ...
John Burns—Wake County Board of Commissioners, District 7 (Democratic Primary) - The Independent Weekly — John Burns—Wake County Board of Commissioners, District 7 (Democratic Primary)  The Independent WeeklyName as it appears on the ballot: John Burns Campaign website: www.burnsforwake.org. Phone number: 919-306-6906. Email: john@burnsforwake.org
John McClure Vance | Avery - Avery Journal Times — John McClure Vance | Avery  Avery Journal TimesJohn McClure Vance, 53, of Bent Rd. in Spruce Pine, NC went home to be with the Lord, Sept. 18, 2018. He was the son of the late Sam and.
Hurricane Florence strengthens as 1 million people are told to flee US East Coast - CNN — Hurricane Florence strengthens as 1 million people are told to flee US East Coast  CNNWith a Category 4 hurricane rapidly approaching and weather officials issuing a hurricane warning for more than 300 miles of coastline, more than 1 million ...
Entire N.C. police department shut down after chief arrested - UPI.com — Entire N.C. police department shut down after chief arrested  UPI.comThe entire police department in Southport, N.C., has been closed after the arrest of its police chief and second-in-command following an FBI investigation.
We have disaster amnesia. So we keep building at the NC coastline. - News & Observer — We have disaster amnesia. So we keep building at the NC coastline.  News & ObserverSince 1940, development within 50 miles of the Carolina coastline has increased an estimated 2180 percent, or by 1.3 million homes.
Days of flooding ahead in the Carolinas as Florence leaves at least 13 dead - CNN — Days of flooding ahead in the Carolinas as Florence leaves at least 13 dead  CNNTropical Storm Florence's relentless rain is flooding parts of the Carolinas and promises even more for days, officials said Saturday, a day after it landed as a ...
Outer Banks - National Geographic — Outer Banks  National GeographicRising sea levels are forcing those living in the Outer Banks to grapple with the impacts of climate change.
Incumbent, two challengers seek 90th N.C. House seat - Wilkes Journal Patriot — Incumbent, two challengers seek 90th N.C. House seat  Wilkes Journal PatriotThere are three candidates for the 90th District seat in the N.C. House, which includes parts of Wilkes and Surry counties.
Swansboro, N.C., got 34 inches of rain - and it's still coming down - USA TODAY — Swansboro, N.C., got 34 inches of rain - and it's still coming down  USA TODAYIt started raining Thursday in the North Carolina town of Swansboro and it was still raining Sunday. It's supposed to stop - on Wednesday.
John Bolton’s pro-Tillis spending in 2014 violated election laws, complaint claims - The Herald-Sun — John Bolton’s pro-Tillis spending in 2014 violated election laws, complaint claims  The Herald-SunThe Campaign Legal Center filed a federal complaint on Thursday, March 29, 2018, alleging John Bolton's super PAC got information from Cambridge ...
Catholic leaders in Charlotte, Raleigh allowed priests to continue ministry despite abuse reports - WBTV — Catholic leaders in Charlotte, Raleigh allowed priests to continue ministry despite abuse reports  WBTVCHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Catholic leaders in North Carolina allowed priests to continue serving in active ministry, despite reports that those priests had ...
Hurricane Florence hit 10 days ago, and still hundreds of roads remain closed, thousands evacuated - USA TODAY — Hurricane Florence hit 10 days ago, and still hundreds of roads remain closed, thousands evacuated  USA TODAYTen days after Hurricane Florence roared onto land along the Carolinas, roads remain closed and hundreds are being rescued from rising waters. More flooding ...
How progressive should NC’s tax system be? - The News & Observer — How progressive should NC’s tax system be?  The News & ObserverNorth Carolina's tax system isn't regressive, but should it be more progressive?
Papa John's shut down - Sampson Independent — Papa John's shut down  Sampson IndependentThe Papa John's location in Clinton has permanently closed, with company officials describing it as a “business decision” and saying they were…
'Days away from an ending': Florence leaves 11 dead; flooding fears rise - USA TODAY — 'Days away from an ending': Florence leaves 11 dead; flooding fears rise  USA TODAYA weakened Florence slowed to a crawl over South Carolina on Saturday after leaving at least 11 people dead, and the storm's relentless rains fueled fears of ...
John Ehle, Who Rooted His Novels in Appalachia, Is Dead at 92 - The New York Times — John Ehle, Who Rooted His Novels in Appalachia, Is Dead at 92  The New York TimesJohn Ehle, whose historical novels set in the Appalachian Mountains were acclaimed for the authenticity of the characters' lives, and whose work for the ...
NC is a model of fiscal responsibility - The News & Observer — NC is a model of fiscal responsibility  The News & ObserverNC growth looks healthy as the rainy-day fund grows and spending is kept under control.
Orange County sheriff seeks public's help in identifying remains found in the 1990s - WTVD-TV — Orange County sheriff seeks public's help in identifying remains found in the 1990s  WTVD-TVThe Orange County Sheriff's Office and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children are asking for the public's help identifying two sets of remains that ...
NC House 62: John Faircloth (R) (i) - Greensboro News & Record — NC House 62: John Faircloth (R) (i)  Greensboro News & RecordAge: 79. Profession: Retired chief of police, broker and owner of real estate firm. Highest degree earned: Master of public affairs (administration), ...
Florence aftermath: 35 dead; flooding leaves North Carolina residents seeking food, water - USA TODAY — Florence aftermath: 35 dead; flooding leaves North Carolina residents seeking food, water  USA TODAYProsperous, vibrant Wilmington opened distribution centers for food, water and tarps Tuesday as officials in the North Carolina city struggled to feed a population ...
TRACKING FLORENCE: Strengthening Hurricane Florence takes aim at US Southeast | WSOC-TV - WSOC Charlotte — TRACKING FLORENCE: Strengthening Hurricane Florence takes aim at US Southeast | WSOC-TV  WSOC CharlotteMIAMI - A rapidly strengthening Hurricane Florence churned across the Atlantic on Sunday toward a possible direct hit on the U.S. Southeast late this week, ...
Hurricane warnings issued as Florence takes aim on Carolinas - USA TODAY — Hurricane warnings issued as Florence takes aim on Carolinas  USA TODAYHurricane warnings were issued Tuesday as ferocious Hurricane Florence marched relentlessly toward the U.S. East Coast, a massive storm threatening record ...
Does requiring a photo ID to vote discriminate against minorities? NC leaders weigh in. - The Herald-Sun — Does requiring a photo ID to vote discriminate against minorities? NC leaders weigh in.  The Herald-SunMore than half of North Carolina's influential leaders who responded to a McClatchy survey said requiring photo ID to vote is racially discriminatory.
Visiting Our Past: The best hog tales from Western NC history and literature - Asheville Citizen-Times — Visiting Our Past: The best hog tales from Western NC history and literature  Asheville Citizen-TimesHogs are both king and kill in local lore around Western NC. Historians and novelists alike share colorful tales of their tails, snouts and in between.
Fighter of racism. Mentor to many. J. Kenneth Lee 'stood at the front of the line all the time' - Greensboro News & Record — Fighter of racism. Mentor to many. J. Kenneth Lee 'stood at the front of the line all the time'  Greensboro News & RecordLee, who had come to Greensboro to attend N.C. A&T, tread a trail of firsts in a life that charts the progress of civil rights in America, notably the dismantling.
2018 NC Debutante Ball held in Raleigh - North State Journal — 2018 NC Debutante Ball held in Raleigh  North State JournalRALEIGH — On Sept. 7, the Terpsichorean Club of Raleigh held its 92nd North Carolina Debutante Ball at Meymandi Concert Hall in Raleigh. The club ...
Florence marches into South Carolina, having killed at least 5 people despite dramatic rescues - USA TODAY — Florence marches into South Carolina, having killed at least 5 people despite dramatic rescues  USA TODAYAmong the deaths: A mother and infant died when a tree fell on their house in Wilmington, N.C..
Medicaid Managed Care: Who's In the Running For Contracts With the State - North Carolina Health News — Medicaid Managed Care: Who's In the Running For Contracts With the State  North Carolina Health NewsNorth Carolina's Medicaid plan is slated for big changes in the coming year, and companies are putting in bids to perform billions of dollars of work.
Tougher gun laws for North Carolina? Probably ‘one of the last states’ - The Herald-Sun — Tougher gun laws for North Carolina? Probably ‘one of the last states’  The Herald-SunIn North Carolina, the prospect for tougher gun laws appears unlikely, even after the shooting that killed 17 people at a Florida high school.
NC natives are now outnumbered among voters. What does that mean for Tar Heel politics? - The News & Observer — NC natives are now outnumbered among voters. What does that mean for Tar Heel politics?  The News & ObserverIs North Carolina undergoing the same process as Virginia, becoming a more moderate state and moving away from the deep red politics of much of the South?
A Memphis heiress is waging a million-dollar war on NC fraternity after her son’s death - Myrtle Beach Online — A Memphis heiress is waging a million-dollar war on NC fraternity after her son’s death  Myrtle Beach OnlineDeborah Tipton of Memphis is suing the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity chapter at High Point University in North Carolina after her son Robert Tipton's death.
Blue Cross to pay NC patients up to $500 rebate for choosing cheaper doctor - The Herald — Blue Cross to pay NC patients up to $500 rebate for choosing cheaper doctor  The HeraldBlue Cross Blue Shield's SmartShopper pricing tool will tell patients which doctors are cheapest. To prompt patients to use cheaper doctors and procedures, ...
Hurricane Florence's force begins battering North Carolina; 'life-threatening' conditions - USA TODAY — Hurricane Florence's force begins battering North Carolina; 'life-threatening' conditions  USA TODAYThe first hurricane-force winds from Florence were on course to slap the coastal areas around Wilmington late Thursday as the massive storm, threatening ...
Video shows severe flooding in North Carolina - CNN — Video shows severe flooding in North Carolina  CNNDrone footage shows the extent of the flooding along Interstate 95 near Lumberton, North Carolina, where Hurricane Florence dropped a record amount of ...
WITN'S Teacher of the Week: John Becker of EB Frink Middle School - WITN — WITN'S Teacher of the Week: John Becker of EB Frink Middle School  WITNLENOIR COUNTY, NC (WITN) - WITN's Teacher of the Week for September 12 is John Becker of EB Frink Middle School in Lenoir County. Becker is in his 11th ...
Outsiders help North Carolina politicians think outside the box - The News & Observer — Outsiders help North Carolina politicians think outside the box  The News & ObserverJohn Ehle, who died last month at age 92 in Winston-Salem, was a singular figure in Tar Heel politics. Ehle didn't attend political functions, was not interested in ...
Amateur golfers from Uganda seeing the sport in the United States - Winston-Salem Journal — Amateur golfers from Uganda seeing the sport in the United States  Winston-Salem JournalCLEMMONS — The smiles on their faces said it all.
Floodwaters breach N.C. dam, threaten to push coal ash into river - UPI.com — Floodwaters breach N.C. dam, threaten to push coal ash into river  UPI.comA North Carolina dam containing a lake owned by utility Duke Energy was breached by floodwaters Friday, potentially sending coal ash into the Cape Fear ...
Ann Fish: Rockingham woman wins Mrs. North Carolina U.S. Agriculture title - Greensboro News & Record — Ann Fish: Rockingham woman wins Mrs. North Carolina U.S. Agriculture title  Greensboro News & RecordREIDSVILLE — A Rockingham County resident who grew up on the Rutherford County land her family has farmed since 1856 is the new Mrs. North Carolina ...
Greensboro native John Isner loses marathon match in Wimbledon semifinals - Winston-Salem Journal — Greensboro native John Isner loses marathon match in Wimbledon semifinals  Winston-Salem JournalJohn Isner's run at Wimbledon has come to an end.
It's landlords vs. tenants in eviction fee battle. Here's whose side lawmakers are on - The Charlotte Observer — It's landlords vs. tenants in eviction fee battle. Here's whose side lawmakers are on  The Charlotte ObserverLawmakers quickly move legislation affirming that landlords are entitled to eviction fees in cases where tenants pay up and stay in their apartments, countering a ...
OPINION, John Meyer: Theres no honor in ‘lost cause’ - StarNewsOnline.com — OPINION, John Meyer: Theres no honor in ‘lost cause’  StarNewsOnline.comIt's wrong that Wilmington still allows our public spaces to celebrate the slaveholders' rebellion that called itself the Confederate States of America. We've heard ...
NCGOP took nearly $2 million from donor under FBI investigation, gave some to Causey campaign - WBTV — NCGOP took nearly $2 million from donor under FBI investigation, gave some to Causey campaign  WBTVRALEIGH, NC (WBTV) - The North Carolina Republican Party took nearly $2 million from a political donor who is now under investigation by the Federal Bureau ...
Hurricane Florence starts flooding parts of the Carolinas - CNN — Hurricane Florence starts flooding parts of the Carolinas  CNNThe rain turned sideways Thursday, rivers swelled and floodwaters began to fill streets, as massive Hurricane Florence trudged toward North Carolina.
Are hunters an endangered species? Voters will decide if hunting rights need protecting - The Herald-Sun — Are hunters an endangered species? Voters will decide if hunting rights need protecting  The Herald-SunVoters will decide this November whether to amend the state constitution to make North Carolina the 22nd state to protect hunting and fishing as a right. But the ...
New Personality Test is Faster – and Tougher to Trick - NC State College of Education — New Personality Test is Faster – and Tougher to Trick  NC State College of EducationPsychology researchers have developed a new personality test that is both faster to take and much harder to manipulate by those attempting to control the ...
Hurricane Florence pummels the Carolinas - CNN — Hurricane Florence pummels the Carolinas  CNNDespite being downgraded to a Category 1 hurricane, Florence's storm surge is expected to be 10-feet high.
Juliet Dickey, Michael Holland - The New York Times — Juliet Dickey, Michael Holland  The New York TimesJuliet Elizabeth Dickey and Michael Abbott Holland were married Sept. 29 at the Horace Williams House, a historic residence in Chapel Hill, N.C. The Rev.
Will a rare mussel delay construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline? - The Herald-Sun — Will a rare mussel delay construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline?  The Herald-SunThe yellow lance mussel is North Carolina's newest species of wildlife protected under the federal Endangered Species Act. And the 3-inch long *fresh*-water ...
The Limits of the New South - Splinter — The Limits of the New South  SplinterThe fall from power is never short, and it's rarely graceful. The South was a bastion of ultimate Democratic Party control for the better part of the 20th century, and ...
John McCain, US senator, war hero, maverick, has died at 81 | WSOC-TV - WSOC Charlotte — John McCain, US senator, war hero, maverick, has died at 81 | WSOC-TV  WSOC CharlotteSen. John McCain, who endured five years in a Vietnamese prisoner of war camp, served for more than 30 years in the U.S. Senate and ran for president of the ...
TRUMP VISIT: President Trump signs executive order in Charlotte, calls NC redistricting rule 'unfair' | WSOC-TV - WSOC Charlotte — TRUMP VISIT: President Trump signs executive order in Charlotte, calls NC redistricting rule 'unfair' | WSOC-TV  WSOC CharlotteChannel 9 has learned President Donald Trump will sign an executive order in Charlotte this week dealing with retirement.
'A lot of anxiety': Nursing homes evacuate, hospitals hunker down as Hurricane Florence nears - USA TODAY — 'A lot of anxiety': Nursing homes evacuate, hospitals hunker down as Hurricane Florence nears  USA TODAYSouth Carolina took the rare step of evacuating all 32 nursing homes in the state's coastal region as Hurricane Florence approached the coast. North Carolina ...
100 Events That Shaped Charlotte - Charlotte magazine — 100 Events That Shaped Charlotte  Charlotte magazineTo celebrate our 50 years in print, we look back at the moments that changed the city we love.
Fact check: Could this constitutional amendment make abortion illegal in NC? - The Herald-Sun — Fact check: Could this constitutional amendment make abortion illegal in NC?  The Herald-SunA poster created by the BlueNC blog and circulated by Wayne Goodwin of the NC Democratic Party claims the crime victims' rights, aka “Marsy's Law,” ...
John Kelly and John Bolton Have Shouting Match Over Immigration - WRAL.com — John Kelly and John Bolton Have Shouting Match Over Immigration  WRAL.comWASHINGTON — The White House chief of staff and the national security adviser got into a profanity-laced argument about immigration outside the Oval Office ...
Remembering the man who remembered Raleigh - The News & Observer — Remembering the man who remembered Raleigh  The News & ObserverKarl Edward Larson's funeral Mass at Sacred Heart Church in downtown Raleigh opened with the mournful strains of “Amazing Grace.” The hymn and the old ...
5 facts about John Bolton, Trump's new national security adviser - USA TODAY — 5 facts about John Bolton, Trump's new national security adviser  USA TODAYNational Security Adviser H.R. McMaster was added to the administration's growing list of former White House officials Thursday when President Trump ...
How Donald Trump could tweet his way out of a 25th Amendment challenge - Brookings Institution — How Donald Trump could tweet his way out of a 25th Amendment challenge  Brookings InstitutionThere are too many obstacles to removing Donald Trump via the 25th Amendment for it to work: he can fire the Cabinet if they try, Mike Pence would face ...
North Carolina’s fight to keep its foothold on furniture - PRI — North Carolina’s fight to keep its foothold on furniture  PRIFor more than a century, North Carolina and southern Virginia were the furniture-making centers of America. Foreign competition from Asia has taken most of ...
U.S. Deputy AG tells conference on gangs that public confidence in law-enforcement officers still high - Winston-Salem Journal — U.S. Deputy AG tells conference on gangs that public confidence in law-enforcement officers still high  Winston-Salem JournalThe public's confidence in law-enforcement officers remains high, U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told a gathering of law-enforcement officials ...