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The state Supreme Court has agreed to hear one of two pending cases involving North Carolina bar owners challenging Gov. Roy Cooper's COVID-related shutdowns in 2020.
The state Supreme Court has agreed to hear one of two pending cases involving North Carolina bar owners challenging Gov. Roy Cooper's COVID-related shutdowns in 2020.
 
This article will focus on the continuing saga of a story that started in Pitt County, North Carolina in June of the year 2020.
This article will focus on the continuing saga of a story that started in Pitt County, North Carolina in June of the year 2020.
 
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Shirley Jean Ellis, age 74, a resident of Longs, South Carolina, died Friday May 24, 2024 at her home.
Shirley Jean Ellis, age 74, a resident of Longs, South Carolina, died Friday May 24, 2024 at her home.
 
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) began sending out letters last week to up to 300,000 people who are enrolled in Medicaid’s limited Family Planning program and now qualify for full NC Medicaid benefits
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) began sending out letters last week to up to 300,000 people who are enrolled in Medicaid’s limited Family Planning program and now qualify for full NC Medicaid benefits
 
Gov. Roy Cooper's lawsuit against a new North Carolina state elections board will move to a three-judge panel.
Gov. Roy Cooper's lawsuit against a new North Carolina state elections board will move to a three-judge panel.
 
Democrat Mo Green is handily besting Republican Michele Morrow in total fundraising to date in the state’s race for superintendent of public instruction, according to recent campaign disclosures.
Democrat Mo Green is handily besting Republican Michele Morrow in total fundraising to date in the state’s race for superintendent of public instruction, according to recent campaign disclosures.
 
Earlier this month, the USDA announced its partnership with North Carolina, in which the state will receive $6.2 million in federal funding through the USDA to strengthen the food supply chain.
Earlier this month, the USDA announced its partnership with North Carolina, in which the state will receive $6.2 million in federal funding through the USDA to strengthen the food supply chain.
 
North Carolina has been declared free of “bird flu” by the World Organization for Animal Health after a dairy herd in North Carolina tested positive for the Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza, or “H5N1” as it is better known, earlier this year.
North Carolina has been declared free of “bird flu” by the World Organization for Animal Health after a dairy herd in North Carolina tested positive for the Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza, or “H5N1” as it is better known, earlier this year.
 
It’s “Bo time” again, this time in North Carolina’s Sixth Congressional District.
It’s “Bo time” again, this time in North Carolina’s Sixth Congressional District.
 
A Wake County grand jury handed up an indictment Tuesday against North Carolina State Auditor Beth Wood for allegedly using a state vehicle for private purposes.
A Wake County grand jury handed up an indictment Tuesday against North Carolina State Auditor Beth Wood for allegedly using a state vehicle for private purposes.
 
The State Board of Elections and local district attorneys argue that a recent change in North Carolina election should prompt a federal court to throw out a lawsuit from felon voting advocates.
The State Board of Elections and local district attorneys argue that a recent change in North Carolina election should prompt a federal court to throw out a lawsuit from felon voting advocates.
 
The state Supreme Court will decide in the months ahead whether the family of a man who suffered a violation of his speedy-trial constitutional right can seek money damages against the state.
The state Supreme Court will decide in the months ahead whether the family of a man who suffered a violation of his speedy-trial constitutional right can seek money damages against the state.
 
The North Carolina Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in the case of an Alamance County racetrack that was forced to shut down during the pandemic.
The North Carolina Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in the case of an Alamance County racetrack that was forced to shut down during the pandemic.
 
An eight-mile stretch of the Blue Ridge Parkway near Asheville has been temporarily closed due to a string of “human and bear interactions,” the National Parks Service announced.
An eight-mile stretch of the Blue Ridge Parkway near Asheville has been temporarily closed due to a string of “human and bear interactions,” the National Parks Service announced.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper seeks a temporary restraining order to block a law changing the composition of the State Board of Elections.
Gov. Roy Cooper seeks a temporary restraining order to block a law changing the composition of the State Board of Elections.
 
Two Democratic members of North Carolina’s congressional delegation are ranked among the most likely to be picked off in 2024, according to a new analysis from Roll Call.
Two Democratic members of North Carolina’s congressional delegation are ranked among the most likely to be picked off in 2024, according to a new analysis from Roll Call.
 
A national report card on hospital patient safety has ranked North Carolina in third place among hospitals in the U.S. that had mostly “A” ratings when it comes to patient safety, up from sixth place this past spring.
A national report card on hospital patient safety has ranked North Carolina in third place among hospitals in the U.S. that had mostly “A” ratings when it comes to patient safety, up from sixth place this past spring.
 
The state Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a dispute pitting a coalition of media outlets against Graham police over release of police video recordings.
The state Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a dispute pitting a coalition of media outlets against Graham police over release of police video recordings.
 
The state Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of the city of Raleigh in its pay dispute with 37 police officers.
The state Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of the city of Raleigh in its pay dispute with 37 police officers.
 
Mitch Kokai, John Locke Foundation senior political analyst, discusses highlights from North Carolina’s 2023 municipal election results.
Mitch Kokai, John Locke Foundation senior political analyst, discusses highlights from North Carolina’s 2023 municipal election results.
 
A unanimous three-judge panel of the state Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of the North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation, and against the Department of Environmental Quality, in a dispute over animal-waste permits.
A unanimous three-judge panel of the state Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of the North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation, and against the Department of Environmental Quality, in a dispute over animal-waste permits.
 
It is National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Week and state leaders are highlighting the importance of the FFA, especially in a state like North Carolina, where agriculture is the No. 1 industry.
It is National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Week and state leaders are highlighting the importance of the FFA, especially in a state like North Carolina, where agriculture is the No. 1 industry.
 
The North Carolina Symphony and state Department of Natural and Cultural Resources are asking a federal court to dismiss a lawsuit from three former Symphony musicians.
The North Carolina Symphony and state Department of Natural and Cultural Resources are asking a federal court to dismiss a lawsuit from three former Symphony musicians.
 
North Carolina's legislative leaders and the state Department of Health and Human Services split over a proposed preliminary injunction of a new law dealing with gender transition surgeries for minors.
North Carolina's legislative leaders and the state Department of Health and Human Services split over a proposed preliminary injunction of a new law dealing with gender transition surgeries for minors.
 
The North Carolina Supreme Court heard arguments recently in a lawsuit brought by The Society for the Historical Preservation of the 26th North Carolina Troops against the City of Asheville over the removal of a monument
The North Carolina Supreme Court heard arguments recently in a lawsuit brought by The Society for the Historical Preservation of the 26th North Carolina Troops against the City of Asheville over the removal of a monument
 
Felon voting advocates argue in a new court filing that North Carolina's new election law should have no impact on their federal lawsuit.
Felon voting advocates argue in a new court filing that North Carolina's new election law should have no impact on their federal lawsuit.
 
Gateway to the World: North Carolina's ports see record traffic
 
On Thursday, Nov. 2, a group of protesters blocked the Durham Freeway (NC-147), the main artery through Durham and a major connector for the Research Triangle area, during rush hour.
On Thursday, Nov. 2, a group of protesters blocked the Durham Freeway (NC-147), the main artery through Durham and a major connector for the Research Triangle area, during rush hour.
 
US District Judge William Osteen heard nearly three hours of arguments Thursday in state Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls' lawsuit against the North Carolina Judicial Standards Commission.
US District Judge William Osteen heard nearly three hours of arguments Thursday in state Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls' lawsuit against the North Carolina Judicial Standards Commission.
 
Tensions flared between members of the North Carolina State Board of Education on Thursday over the approval of a new charter school.
Tensions flared between members of the North Carolina State Board of Education on Thursday over the approval of a new charter school.
 
The North Carolina State Board of Elections filed a court document Thursday explaining why a February trial could prove difficult in a federal lawsuit challenging the state voter ID law.
The North Carolina State Board of Elections filed a court document Thursday explaining why a February trial could prove difficult in a federal lawsuit challenging the state voter ID law.
 
Accomplishments recognized in the award include adopting a resolution on institutional neutrality, adopting the Chicago Principles, prohibiting compelled speech and establishing the UNC School of Civic Life and Leadership.
Accomplishments recognized in the award include adopting a resolution on institutional neutrality, adopting the Chicago Principles, prohibiting compelled speech and establishing the UNC School of Civic Life and Leadership.
 
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