NC commercial fishing group sues over new license policy

The organization that represents commercial fishermen in the state says in a lawsuit that the North Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission violated open meetings laws when it wrote a proposal to redefine eligibility for a commercial fishing license.

Judge: Jury won’t take smell tour of Bladen County hog farm

A federal judge says he won't send jurors for a see-and-sniff tour of a North Carolina hog-growing operation at the center of a lawsuit claiming industrial-scale pork production causes ugly conditions.

Free fitness program for veterans, active military in Myrtle Beach

The City of Myrtle Beach will host a free fitness program for veterans and active military members at the Pepper Geddings Recreation Center on Saturday mornings this spring.

North Carolina ‘Land of Oz’ theme park reopening for summer tours

A failed North Carolina theme park based on "The Wizard of Oz" will be reopening for tours in June.

Blue Cross North Carolina caps opioid prescriptions at 7 days for some

North Carolina's largest health insurer is clamping down on coverage of opioid prescriptions.

Warrants: Couple was having problems before alleged cold medicine murder

A Raleigh woman who investigators say was stabbed to death by her husband was preparing to end the relationship over arguments over finances, warrants say.

Missing Fort Bragg soldier found, reunited with family

A Fort Bragg soldier who has been missing for more than a week has been found.

Wilmington man credited with saving woman’s life in fiery SC crash

The vehicle had crashed into the tree lined median along I-95 last Thursday according to fire rescue.

One dead after police-involved shooting near Greenville

The names of those involved in the incident will be released at a later time.

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