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NC GOP votes to censure Sen. Burr after impeachment vote

The North Carolina Republican Party has voted to censure Sen. Richard Burr over his vote to convict former President Donald Trump during Trump's second impeachment trial.

Gov. Cooper holds ground on state budget compromise, pushes for Medicaid discussion

It's been almost a month since a new state budget was supposed to take effect, but a battle over Medicaid is stalling the spending plan.

Superintendent’s lawyer is next state GOP executive director

An attorney for the North Carolina schools chief is the state Republican Party's next executive director.

Candidates face off in GOP primary for NC9 congressional race

Republicans are deciding who should carry their party's banner in a high-profile special election Tuesday for a North Carolina congressional seat that has remained vacant since last year's election was deemed tainted by fraud.

NCGOP chairman, others indicted in federal corruption probe

A federal grand jury has indicted multiple people in connection with an ongoing investigation involving donations made to the North Carolina Republican Party.

Rep Walter Jones Jr. of North Carolina dies on 76th birthday

A longtime member of North Carolina's congressional delegation, who briefly represented part of southeastern North Carolina, has died.

Governor reshapes board amid congressional probe

A court ruling threatens to disband the North Carolina board investigating allegations of ballot fraud in a still-unresolved congressional race.

NCGOP leader praises media for work on Bladen County election story

It's not unusual for the news media to be openly criticized by political leaders and even labeled "fake news." But at least when it comes to recent reporting on questions about possible election fraud in Bladen County, the leader of the North Carolina Republican Party is handing out compliments.

Late candidacy could help Democrats with NC Supreme Court

A last-minute candidacy for the North Carolina Supreme Court has the potential to dilute votes cast by Republicans this fall for the seat and boost chances for the Democrats to expand their majority on the court.

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Mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations recommended for New Hanover County employees

The New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board is recommending COVID-19 vaccinations be mandatory for eligible New Hanover County employees.

Leland man charged with vandalizing Local’s Tavern

A man has been charged with vandalizing a Leland business over the weekend. 

City Council votes to permanently remove Confederate statues from downtown Wilmington

More than a year after the City of Wilmington removed two Confederate statues from downtown Wilmington, a decision has been made to not return them.

Multi-million dollar contract extended to preserve Wrightsville Beach Bridge

A preservation contract has been awarded to cover expenses to preserve the life of the South Banks Channel Bridge at Wrightsville Beach.