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Homeless man accused of smearing blood on NC sorority house

Police in North Carolina have charged a homeless man who they say was armed with a machete and smeared satanic messages in blood on a sorority house and on a vehicle belonging to a student.

Chris Paul enrolls in North Carolina HBCU to encourage vote

NBA star Chris Paul has enrolled in a historically Black college in North Carolina, where he will take a class and encourage students to get to the polls.

North Carolina school board censures member for slur

A school board in a North Carolina county has censured one of its members for using a derogatory slur in describing a remote learning plan and not realizing her microphone was open.

Reported scams double in North Carolina during COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic, online shopping is booming, but those online purchases are also hitting consumers hard when it comes to getting scammed.

No more snow days? Virtual learning could replace school closures

Every school district in the Charlotte area is balancing some level of virtual learning because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

North Carolina woman finds two-headed snake inside home

A North Carolina woman was surprised this weekend after finding a baby, two-headed snake inside of her home.

ICE agents arrest 24 people across NC in latest operation

ICE arrested roughly 24 people in North Carolina during its latest operation, officials said Monday.

North Carolina actuary charged with insider trading

A North Carolina actuary accused of insider trading ahead of a merger between two energy companies has been indicted on federal fraud charges.

Military training scheduled for parts of VA and NC through mid-October

The 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit will conduct a training exercise on military installations in Virginia and North Carolina from Sept. 27 to Oct. 15.

Harris to voters: Don’t give up as Trump rushes court pick

Kamala Harris is urging voters not to be discouraged by Republican efforts to fill a Supreme Court seat before the election.

Feds to ship millions of tests in bid to reopen K-12 schools

President Donald Trump is expected to announce the shipment of millions of rapid coronavirus tests to states this week.

Police: Man with machete smears blood on NC sorority house

A police department on a North Carolina college campus says a man armed with a machete smeared satanic messages in blood on a sorority house and on a vehicle belonging to a student living there.

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Too little, too late? Bar owners react to Gov. Cooper’s Phase 3

Governor Roy Cooper announced Wednesday that North Carolina will move into Phase 3 of COVID-19 reopening on Friday, allowing some businesses to reopen for the first time since March.

COVID-19 assistance for farmers market operators and local food hubs

Beginning Oct. 1, farmers markets operators and local food hubs can apply for assistance through the COVID-19 Emergency Aid for Farmers Market Operators and Local Food Hubs program.

Person falls off Oak Island Pier, clings to piling until rescued

A man was rescued from the ocean Wednesday morning after they fell off the end of the Oak Island Pier, according to Oak Island Water Rescue. 

‘Negative, uncivil’: Voters react to chaotic first 2020 presidential debate

People around the nation and right here in the Cape Fear are still digesting the fiery debate Tuesday night between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.