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Senate GOP wants bill to require NC in-person class option

North Carolina Senate Republicans are drawing up legislation that would require all public school districts to offer in-person instruction of some kind to students.

North Carolina delegates choose Rep. Hayes to lead state GOP

North Carolina Republicans have chosen former U.S. Rep. Robin Hayes to keep leading the state party.

Lt. Governor holds town hall meeting in Wilmington

video The Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest spent much of Tuesday in the Port City. Dozens of people made their way to the New Hanover County Government Complex Tuesday for a Town Hall meeting hosted by Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest.

NC House tries to stop some local government moves

House Republicans want to prevent North Carolina city and county governments from collecting union dues from workers and requiring local employers to assume responsibilities related to pollution generated by their employees.

Civitas releases poll of independent voters

video The election could come down to one group that is not represented at either the DNC or RNC. The Civitas Institute recently conducted a poll among unaffiliated voters. These are voters who can swing the election in either direction.

State Republicans introduce ‘Balanced Budget Act of 2011’

This week, they initiated important steps to achieve these goals by introducing the Balanced Budget Act of 2011 (SB 13) which would give Gov. Bev Perdue additional authority to reduce spending for the remainder of the current fiscal year. This bill passed out of the Appropriations Committee today.

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Wilmington Police investigating hit and run

The Wilmington Police traffic unit is investigating a hit and run.

Former UNCW Pitcher gets major league call

The Los Angeles Angels have a new reliever - and his name is Austin Warren.

Navassa discusses future of Police Department

Following an incident with a man who represented himself as a Navassa law enforcement officer, the town held an unofficial meeting Wednesday evening with the district attorney and the Brunswick County sheriff.

Infrastructure deal: Senate suddenly acts to take up bill

It’s unclear if enough senators will eventually support final passage.