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AG reaches $100K settlement in Hurricane Florence price-gouging investigation

Attorney General Josh Stein announced a settlement with an Idaho-based water damage restoration company over a price-gouging investigation he launched in 2019 in the wake of Hurricane Florence.

Forest abandons lawsuit challenging Cooper executive orders

North Carolina Lt. Gov. Dan Forest has ended his lawsuit against Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper.

Panel to address racial bias in N.C. justice system begins

Officials and others brought together to examine ways to eliminate racial disparities in North Carolina’s criminal justice and court systems are holding their first meeting.

North Carolina AG shares resources for law enforcement during COVID-19

Attorney General Josh Stein, Addiction Professionals of North Carolina, and the North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition have released new resources for law enforcement officers encountering people with addictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

NC Attorney General warns of coronavirus scams, price gouging

Attorney General Josh Stein is urging North Carolinians to be on the lookout for scammers taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic.

Former Roland-Grise band teacher indicted on 17 charges

A former Roland Grise Middle School teacher has been indicted on 17 sex crimes charges. 

North Carolina AG opposes expanded online lottery sales

North Carolina's attorney general has come out against expanding online sales by the state lottery, saying certain games being considered might be illegal.

Title-loan settlement means $825K for North Carolina consumers

A Florida-based lender will pay $825,000 while resolving a legal complaint that had accused the firm of making illegal small loans in North Carolina.

No voter ID required for primary election, Republicans push to appeal ruling

Since a U.S. District Court judge blocked the voter ID law in North Carolina, state republicans have spoken out.

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New Hanover soccer completes season sweep of Hoggard

The Wildcats won 2-0 at Scott Braswell Stadium Wednesday. 

CFCC students bring to life ‘Our Place,’ an on-campus student run dining room

Cape Fear Community College offers more than 160 programs of study and some overlap, allowing students to work with their peers in hands-on work environments. 

WPD: 17-year-old injured in shooting

Wilmington Police are investigating a shooting.

Children and the COVID-19 vaccine: parents on vaccines for kids ages 5 to 11

When it comes to vaccines for children, Pfizer is one step down, with several more to go.