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Governor orders flags lowered for Wilmington soldier killed in Syria

Gov. Roy Cooper has ordered that all U.S. and North Carolina flags at state facilities be lowered to half-staff in honor of a 22-year-old soldier who died in Syria.  

Pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly bringing more than 400 jobs to NC

Pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly & Co. will create over 460 jobs once its builds a new manufacturing facility in North Carolina's Research Triangle Park.

US, NC flags lowered to half-staff in honor of Fort Bragg paratroopers killed in...

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper is ordering all U.S. and North Carolina state flags at state buildings to be lowered to half-staff on Monday in honor of Sgt. Ian Paul McLaughlin and Pfc. Miguel Angel Villalon.

NC governor’s vetoes may be remembered most in ’19

Many of North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper’s lasting achievements in 2019 stem from keeping Republican policies from ever getting implemented.

Family loses home twice, gets funding to repair hurricane damage

A long awaited gift came just in time for Christmas for one family. They lost their home not once, but twice when Hurricane Matthew hit, then Florence.
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Gov. Cooper to visit Whiteville home damaged by hurricane

Governor Roy Cooper will be in the Cape Fear this afternoon.

Yuletide returns to North Carolina Capitol with tree lighting

It’s time again for North Carolina’s governor to light the state’s Christmas tree, decorated with yuletide brilliance on the grounds of the old Capitol.

Governor’s Advisory Council on Film meets for first time

It was lights, camera, action in Raleigh on Tuesday as Governor Roy Cooper's Advisory Council on Film, Television and Digital Streaming met for the first time.

NC senator calls for governor to sue NYC over homeless relocation

A North Carolina state senator is calling for a lawsuit against New York City for sending their homeless to our state without our knowledge.

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