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Nick Burk, assistant director of the N.C. Emergency Management Division's Resiliency Section, faced a barrage of questions from representatives frustrated over the slow rollout of disaster relief for Hurricane Matthew
Nick Burk, assistant director of the N.C. Emergency Management Division's Resiliency Section, faced a barrage of questions from representatives frustrated over the slow rollout of disaster relief for Hurricane Matthew
 
Today, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC), a member of the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs, announced that he secured $53 million to fund three North Carolina State Veterans Home construction projects through the VA State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program
Today, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC), a member of the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs, announced that he secured $53 million to fund three North Carolina State Veterans Home construction projects through the VA State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program
 
Yesterday's Supreme Court ruling preventing the removal of certain aliens convicted of aggravated felonies that constitute "crimes of violence" highlights the danger posed by congressional inaction.
Yesterday's Supreme Court ruling preventing the removal of certain aliens convicted of aggravated felonies that constitute "crimes of violence" highlights the danger posed by congressional inaction.
 
Ahead of the release of his short session budget, Governor Roy Cooper today shared his recommendations and requests to improve school safety and youth mental health
Ahead of the release of his short session budget, Governor Roy Cooper today shared his recommendations and requests to improve school safety and youth mental health
 
This month, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3), a long-time warrior against wasteful spending, continued to speak out against the potential of Congress bringing back pork barrel spending projects, often know as earmarks
This month, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3), a long-time warrior against wasteful spending, continued to speak out against the potential of Congress bringing back pork barrel spending projects, often know as earmarks
 
   Data doesn’t lie: how top brands use data to spot trends, read minds, and improve products
   Data doesn’t lie: how top brands use data to spot trends, read minds, and improve products
 
Faculty leaders at the University of North Carolina's flagship campus recently signed a resolution supporting First Amendment rights
Faculty leaders at the University of North Carolina's flagship campus recently signed a resolution supporting First Amendment rights
 
The Beaufort County Board of Commissioners will hold a joint special called meeting with the Beaufort County Board of Education on Monday, April 23, 2018 at 12:00 PM
The Beaufort County Board of Commissioners will hold a joint special called meeting with the Beaufort County Board of Education on Monday, April 23, 2018 at 12:00 PM
 
Remarks by President Trump and Prime Minister Abe of Japan before restricted bilateral meeting.
Remarks by President Trump and Prime Minister Abe of Japan before restricted bilateral meeting.
 
Columbus McKinnon Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCO), a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of material handling products, technologies and services, will expand operations in Wadesboro, creating 19 jobs, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
Columbus McKinnon Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCO), a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of material handling products, technologies and services, will expand operations in Wadesboro, creating 19 jobs, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
 
On Monday, George Yancy, a black professor of philosophy at Emory University, wrote a lengthy piece in The New York Times detailing the awful death threats he has received from white racists.
On Monday, George Yancy, a black professor of philosophy at Emory University, wrote a lengthy piece in The New York Times detailing the awful death threats he has received from white racists.
 
Mess line in a temporary Field Perimeter. The food was delivered in large insulated canisters.
Mess line in a temporary Field Perimeter. The food was delivered in large insulated canisters.
 
It's time to get aggressive in the fight against opioid addiction, said U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions during a Raleigh presentation on the nationwide opioid crisis
It's time to get aggressive in the fight against opioid addiction, said U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions during a Raleigh presentation on the nationwide opioid crisis
 
A meeting will be held on Thursday April 19, 2018 at Mount Olive College. The meeting will start at 6:00 PM and end at 8:00 PM
A meeting will be held on Thursday April 19, 2018 at Mount Olive College. The meeting will start at 6:00 PM and end at 8:00 PM
 
Press Briefing by NEC Director and Assistant to the President for Economic Policy Larry Kudlow and NSC Senior Director for Asian Affairs Matthew Pottinger on the Official Working Visit of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan
Press Briefing by NEC Director and Assistant to the President for Economic Policy Larry Kudlow and NSC Senior Director for Asian Affairs Matthew Pottinger on the Official Working Visit of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan
 
Following severe storms that swept through North Carolina on Sunday, damage assessments are currently underway in Guilford and Rockingham counties to determine if any state or federal aid may be available to help individuals and communities recover
Following severe storms that swept through North Carolina on Sunday, damage assessments are currently underway in Guilford and Rockingham counties to determine if any state or federal aid may be available to help individuals and communities recover
 
Legislators in New Mexico are pushing a bill that would make students apply to at least one college while they are still juniors in high school. This legislation reflects the powerful belief that college should be the norm for students after they graduate from high school
Legislators in New Mexico are pushing a bill that would make students apply to at least one college while they are still juniors in high school. This legislation reflects the powerful belief that college should be the norm for students after they graduate from high school
 
In-person early voting for the May 8 primary election begins Thursday (April 19) in North Carolina
In-person early voting for the May 8 primary election begins Thursday (April 19) in North Carolina
 
Educators are more concerned about how much time students spend on social media at home as compared to the time they spend online in the classroom
Educators are more concerned about how much time students spend on social media at home as compared to the time they spend online in the classroom
 
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