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Wilmington’s Republican senator has teamed up with a Winston-Salem Democrat to push a bill that would expand North Carolina’s film grant program — a program critics say is actually a money loser for the state.
Wilmington’s Republican senator has teamed up with a Winston-Salem Democrat to push a bill that would expand North Carolina’s film grant program — a program critics say is actually a money loser for the state.
 
Harold Garner Boyd, 88 a resident of Washington, NC passed away Tuesday, March 16, 2021.
Harold Garner Boyd, 88 a resident of Washington, NC passed away Tuesday, March 16, 2021.
 
Chancellor’s first day marks a homecoming at ECU
 
The federal government is planning to house up to 3,000 immigrant teenagers in the Downtown Dallas convention center, a move that comes after youth border crossings have increased drastically.
The federal government is planning to house up to 3,000 immigrant teenagers in the Downtown Dallas convention center, a move that comes after youth border crossings have increased drastically.
 
Expectations can be weighty things, so putting too much on Chinn as he goes into his second NFL season (without the benefit of normal non-pandemic offseasons or training camp) could be dangerous.
Expectations can be weighty things, so putting too much on Chinn as he goes into his second NFL season (without the benefit of normal non-pandemic offseasons or training camp) could be dangerous.
 
A group of N.C. House lawmakers have introduced a bill to, they say, strengthen and clarify current law to require approval from a majority of the Council of State for emergency actions by the governor.
A group of N.C. House lawmakers have introduced a bill to, they say, strengthen and clarify current law to require approval from a majority of the Council of State for emergency actions by the governor.
 
The potential for a regional severe weather outbreak is increasing across the southeastern U.S. tomorrow afternoon and evening, including eastern NC.
The potential for a regional severe weather outbreak is increasing across the southeastern U.S. tomorrow afternoon and evening, including eastern NC.
 
North Carolina native and NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty received his COVID-19 vaccine this month.
North Carolina native and NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty received his COVID-19 vaccine this month.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced two judicial appointments, one for North Carolina Superior Court Judge and one for North Carolina District Attorney.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced two judicial appointments, one for North Carolina Superior Court Judge and one for North Carolina District Attorney.
 
Fauci made the remarks on “Morning Joe” Tuesday, answering a question from co-host Willie Geist about whether people might be able to celebrate the Fourth of July with larger gatherings this year
Fauci made the remarks on “Morning Joe” Tuesday, answering a question from co-host Willie Geist about whether people might be able to celebrate the Fourth of July with larger gatherings this year
 
State lawmakers have begun a sweeping investigation of the N.C. High School Athletic Association, a move that could lead to changes on how high school sports are governed.
State lawmakers have begun a sweeping investigation of the N.C. High School Athletic Association, a move that could lead to changes on how high school sports are governed.
 
North Carolina native and NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty recently received a COVID-19 vaccine.
 
Christopher Bedford of the Federalist explains why he believes public school students across the country face a more significant threat than coronavirus.
Christopher Bedford of the Federalist explains why he believes public school students across the country face a more significant threat than coronavirus.
 
Over the last 30 years, federal courts have consistently ruled that restrictive speech codes and minuscule free speech zones on college campuses violate the First Amendment.
Over the last 30 years, federal courts have consistently ruled that restrictive speech codes and minuscule free speech zones on college campuses violate the First Amendment.
 
It was my vision, my words, North Carolina's problem, the general assembly's senate initiative, and our state's Democratic Governor's negligence in favor of political expediency, and Beaufort County's Commissioners just can't make a suitable stand to do what is right.
It was my vision, my words, North Carolina's problem, the general assembly's senate initiative, and our state's Democratic Governor's negligence in favor of political expediency, and Beaufort County's Commissioners just can't make a suitable stand to do what is right.
 
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