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NC medical marijuana bill approved by another Senate panel

Legislation to legalize marijuana for medical use in North Carolina has advanced through another state Senate panel.

Medical marijuana clears first hurdle in North Carolina Senate

A proposed medical marijuana law for North Carolina has cleared its first significant legislative hurdle.

Bill expanding access to NC gov’t worker info clears Senate

The North Carolina Senate has approved legislation that would make accessible to the public short explanations of why a North Carolina state or local government employee was transferred, demoted or suspended.

NC Senate advances abortion ban bill

A North Carolina Senate committee voted Wednesday to advance a bill prohibiting pregnant women from seeking abortions because of race, gender or a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome.

What is the process for releasing police body camera video in NC? Here’s the breakdown.

Following the events in Elizabeth City, many are asking questions about the law surrounding the release of body camera footage. 

NC Senate bill would raise declared juvenile delinquency age

Children ages 6 to 9 in trouble with the law in North Carolina could no longer be declared criminally responsible in juvenile court in legislation approved unanimously by the state Senate.

R.C. Soles, former N.C. Senator and attorney, dead at 86

Former North Carolina senator and Tabor City attorney, Robert Charles Soles Jr. passed away Friday.

City council talks local issues with state elected officials

Wilmington city leaders logged on this morning to speak with state elected officials about issues we are facing locally.

Absentee Ballot Bill passes NC Senate

The North Carolina Senate passed a bill today that would combat absentee ballot fraud in our state.

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Nonprofit assistance grant program

The nonprofit grant program will provide $700,000 in assistance to the nonprofit community in New Hanover County, allocated through grants of no less than $10,000 and up to $50,000 per organization.

AP-NORC poll: Most unvaccinated Americans don’t want shots

Those findings underscore the challenges facing public health officials as soaring infections in some states again threaten to overwhelm hospitals.

Search for bodies concludes at Florida condo collapse site

Firefighters have officially ended their search for bodies in the debris of the collapsed Surfside condo building.

Wilmington Police investigating shooting on Metting Road

A Wilmington Police spokesman said officers responded to a call about a shooting in the 3600 block of Metting Road just before 3 p.m. this afternoon.