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Today marks five years since a Bladen County High School student was found hanging on a swing set in Bladenboro.
Tuesday marked one year since the Silent Sam Confederate monument was toppled by protesters at UNC Chapel Hill. On Wednesday, a forum was held in Wilmington to discuss how the Confederacy is still impacting the lives of African-Americans.
New Hanover County NAACP held a presentation Saturday morning to guide residents on how to not lose property rights.
The civil rights leader who started the "Moral Monday" protest movement in North Carolina has been found guilty of trespassing during a 2017 protest at the General Assembly.
The New Hanover County chapter of the NAACP is ringing in 100 years this year, which calls for a celebration.
Police video released Monday shows an officer in Charlotte fatally shooting a man who was armed but didn't point his weapon at authorities.
A North Carolina appeals court has set aside temporarily a trial judge's ruling that voided two constitutional amendments because some district boundaries for lawmakers who placed them on the ballot had been previously declared racial gerrymanders.
Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper says a trial judge's ruling striking down North Carolina's new constitutional amendment mandating photo identification to vote "has a sound basis" in the law but ultimately will be resolved by higher courts.
Whether you've seen it or not, you've probably heard of the movie 'Green Book', but do you know where the movie gets its name?