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Gov. Cooper declares Sea Turtle Week, OIBSTPO to hold Turtle Talks

Earlier this month, Governor Roy Cooper declared June 13-19 Sea Turtle Week in North Carolina.

North Carolina Senate considers banning Down syndrome abortions

Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper is not expected to approve the bill.

Teachers share worries about school reopening plan amid COVID-19

After Governor Roy Cooper made the announcement on reopening schools in the fall and school districts across the state began releasing their individual plans, teachers say they're starting to worry.

N Carolina lieutenant governor to sue over COVID-19 orders

North Carolina’s Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Forest informed Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper Thursday he intends to sue over the way Cooper has imposed business restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Breweries, wineries, distilleries will be included in Phase 2 reopening

Clarification to the state's "Safer At Home" order will allow breweries, tap rooms, distilleries and wineries to open with restrictions in the Phase 2 relaxed restrictions.

Opposing groups react to Gov. Cooper’s Stay at Home order extension

After Governor Roy Cooper announced he would be extending North Carolina's Stay at Home order until May 8, many took to social media to share their thoughts, including members of two groups with opposing views on the topic.

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Gov. Cooper: NC vaccination numbers still too low

Governor Roy Cooper and North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen gave an update on COVID-19 Tuesday afternoon.

Willie Garson, ‘Sex and the City’ actor, dead at 57

In the wake of his passing, Garson's many friends and former colleagues expressed their love for the actor.

Opening of applications for CFPUA COVID Relief Program

To qualify for the program, customers’ household income must be at or below 80 percent of the Area Household Income for New Hanover County.

House OKs debt and funding plan, inviting clash with GOP

The bill now goes to the Senate, where it is likely to falter because of overwhelming GOP opposition.