North Carolina's Republican-dominated legislature has been repeatedly walloping Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper since before he took office, and the bitter conflict shows no sign of abating. But an upcoming adjustment to some political boundaries could sway its outcome.
As Wilmington hosts the state's largest event since the rollback of North Carolina's controversial "bathroom bill," a familiar face was in the field for today's Wells Fargo Championship Pro-Am Tournament.
A voting rights group wants government officials to investigate whether people linked to then-Gov. Pat McCrory's campaign and the Republican Party broke any laws when voting protests were filed soon after Election Day last November.