NC legislator: Public records provision will be addressed

A top North Carolina legislator says lawmakers will soon will take another look at a bill that keeps certain police investigative records secret when forwarded to the state medical examiner.

Millions more US homes at risk of flooding than FEMA thinks

Think the risk of your home filling up with floodwater, magnified these days by climate change, is only an issue near the coasts and rivers? New research detailing nearly every corner of the U.S. shows otherwise.

Asheville nonprofit sets records in the fight against hunger during pandemic

Each morning, MANNA FoodBank calls a flurry of activity "organized chaos." The frenzy peaks to the record-breaking need during the pandemic.

NWSL players kneel during the national anthem

Players for the Portland Thorns and the North Carolina Courage knelt during the national anthem Saturday as the National Women’s Soccer League opened the Challenge Cup tournament in Utah.

Speedway loses partnerships after ‘Bubba rope’ post

A North Carolina racetrack has lost some partnerships after its owner advertised “Bubba Rope” for sale online

Parents apprehensive to send students back to UNC-Chapel Hill

UNC Chapel Hill is planning to have students back on campus in the fall. The school has worked on their Roadmap for Fall 2020 for the last few weeks.

NC Army vet survives COVID-19 after 2-month battle in the hospital

On Friday morning, the staff at the Durham VA Medical Center wheeled Army veteran Ollie Hendricks outside for the first time in months.

WakeMed, UNC and Duke ease restrictions on visitors despite surge in COVID-19 cases

It's not quite rolling out the red carpet, but this is welcome news for many lonely patients.

‘All Rise:’ Black Raleigh lawyers stand up for a more equitable justice system

The lawyers gathered on the steps of the Wake County Courthouse, Friday evening, were not dressed for court. They came to make a statement: "Black Lawyers Matter."

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