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NC governor’s mansion to be lit in honor of lives lost to COVID-19

Governor Roy Cooper says that the North Carolina Executive Mansion will be illuminated in remembrance of the lives lost as in the COVID-19 pandemic.

At King event, Sanders asks NC workers to be ‘drum majors’

A member of Gov. Roy Cooper's Cabinet speaking at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance called on North Carolina state workers to be “drum majors” for equality, justice, and peace.

Group claims ABC Commission canceled private bar permits without notice

Private bars were given a permit fee deferment option by the state legislature and the ABC commission to defer permit fees until 60 days after private bars were allowed to re-open.

Gov. Cooper announces those 65+ can get vaccine

Gov. Roy Cooper announced Thursday morning that the state would start allowing anyone over the age of 65 to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

Governor mobilizes NC National Guard for deployment in Raleigh and DC

Governor Roy Cooper has mobilized approximately 550 North Carolina National Guardsmen to assist with upcoming security needs in Washington, DC and North Carolina.

Gov. Cooper talks COVID-19 numbers, vaccine distribution

On Tuesday Gov. Roy Cooper stressed the power and importance of words, both in terms of the violence at the U.S. Capitol building last week and misinformation spread about COVID-19.

Brunswick County asks governor’s office for more COVID vaccines

In a matter of minutes, six thousand people called Brunswick County trying to schedule an appointment for the COVID vaccine.

North Carolina trooper under investigation for BLM comment

A North Carolina State Highway Patrol trooper is under investigation following a social media post in which he described the Black Lives Matter movement as a “racist money laundering hate group.”

Gov. Cooper orders flags to fly at half-staff in honor of fallen US Capitol officers

Governor Roy Cooper ordered all United States and North Carolina flags at state facilities to be flown at half-staff to honor two US Capitol officers who died during the DC riots.

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Two protesters show support for Trump in Wilmington on inauguration day

A couple of people unhappy with the inauguration of Joe Biden took to the streets in Wilmington today.

New Hanover High eager to kick-off the 2021 soccer season

The high school soccer season is in full swing for teams in the Cape Fear. Public Schools are five days away from opening up their 2021 season on January 25th.

NHL postpones two additional Carolina Hurricanes games

RALEIGH, NC (AP)--The NHL has postponed games for the Carolina Hurricanes through “at least” Saturday after five Hurricanes players have been placed on the...

3 dead in helicopter crash in New York, National Guard says

Three National Guard members on a routine training flight have been killed in a helicopter crash in a western New York town.