A Wilmington woman pleads guilty to second-degree murder in a deadly hit-and-run crash.
The North Carolina House has rejected a Senate version of a bill creating new regulations for mopeds.
The House voted 51-54 Thursday against concurring on a bill that would have required insurance and registration with the state for mopeds.
A Wilmington woman faces several charges after police say she hit and killed a man on a moped and drove off before calling dispatchers to turn herself in.
The state Senate is sticking for now with new moped regulations that would require both North Carolina scooter operators to have insurance as well as those vehicles registered with the state.
North Carolina senators are considering a bill to require moped drivers to have insurance for the vehicles.
A Senate committee approved the bill Wednesday.
The North Caroilna House is backing new regulations for mopeds, requiring that the vehicles must be registered with the Division of Motor Vehicles just like motorcycles.
Though police say the driver of the car was at fault in a crash that killed a moped driver Wednesday night, the incident has brought the question of moped safety once again front and center.
The driver of a car that collided with and killed a man on a moped, now faces several charges including DWI.
Wilmington Police say the fatal crash happened just after 7 p.m. Wednesday in the 3500 block of Oleander Drive near Independence Mall.
A moped driver is in the hospital and charged with drunk driving after a crash last night.
Wilmington Police say a concerned citizen called 911 around 11 p.m. about a single vehicle crash at Market St. and N. College Rd.
Wilmington Police say a moped driver hurt in a crash Sunday morning has died from his injuries.
Police say Lindsay A. Mathis, 26, hit a pick-up truck in the 1000 block of N. 3rd St. around 10:30 a.m. Sunday.