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Parents, educators have questions about over Governor Cooper’s school mask guidance

"A mask at school, but a mask not at the mall. It just kind of sends the wrong message."

‘Very overwhelming’: Pineville woman is second $1M winner in NC’s vaccine lottery

North Carolina health officials on Thursday unveiled the state’s latest recipients of a $1 million cash prize and $125,000 college scholarship for getting a COVID-19 vaccine.

NC takes steps on carbon cap, multi-state pollution effort

Gov. Roy Cooper's clean energy goals call for the 70% reduction.

Cooper reached out to Nikole Hannah-Jones twice before UNC tenure decision

Cooper told the UNC alumna that many of her fellow alumni were “proud to stand with her” and believed that she would be an important and valuable addition to the faculty.

CNBC Lists North Carolina As Second Best State for Business

CNBC has ranked North Carolina as the second best state for business in its annual Top States for Business report.

Health Officials Encourage Parents to Get Preteens and Teens Up to Date on Immunizations

Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed July Adolescent Immunization Awareness Month to highlight the importance of immunizations for North Carolina’s preteens and teens.

New biogas permitting for hog farms now law

It directs the Environmental Management Commission to develop a “general permit” for animal farm operations that allow the owner to construct and operate a farm digester system.

Cooper vetoes bill that would have stopped federal benefits

"The federal help that this bill cuts off will only last a few more weeks and it supplements North Carolina’s state benefits, which are among the stingiest in the country."

Gov. Cooper signs executive order allowing compensation for student-athletes

College athletes in North Carolina will be able to earn money for use of their name, image, and likeness, based on an Executive Order signed by Governor Roy Cooper on Friday.

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Consumer confidence up slightly in July

U.S. consumer confidence was relatively unchanged from June to July, but remains at its highest level since February 2020, just before the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S.

911 call reveals new details about double homicide in New Hanover County

New Hanover County 911 has released a phone call made early Saturday morning after two people were fatally shot and another person severely wounded at a home in Wilmington.

Jan. 6 hearing opens as police detail violence, injuries

The new House panel investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection has opened its first hearing. Democrats are starting with a focus on the law enforcement officers who were attacked and beaten as the rioters broke into the building.

Georgia man pleading guilty to 4 of 8 Asian spa killings

A Georgia man is pleading guilty to several of the Atlanta-area spa killings last year.