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App will allow students to share anonymous tips about school threats

New Hanover County Schools students will soon have an opportunity to download a new app that allows them to anonymously report threats to school safety.

North Carolina schools to make safety available to students

North Carolina middle and high school students soon will have a new way to anonymously report safety threats when they return to classes.

Cooper seeks $3.9B bond package, 9 percent teacher raises

North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's two-year budget would seek to borrow twice as much as state House Republicans are proposing in their respective proposed construction bond referendums.

How proposed NC legislation aims to make schools a safer place

Two new bills in the General Assembly aim to make every North Carolina school safer.

School safety bill passes NC House

More building safety and campus police officer requirements for North Carolina's public schools would occur if a bill that cleared one chamber of the General Assembly becomes law.

Mother of Sandy Hook victim talks mental health, shares message

School shootings have swept our nation in recent years, raising questions about the safety of our children.

Gov. Cooper: Republican $35M school safety plan not enough

Republicans at the General Assembly say the school safety funding package in the upcoming state budget is a good first step that will address critical needs, but Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper thinks it comes up short.

Superintendent Sit-Down: Whiteville City Schools

Whiteville City Schools Superintendent Kenny Garland stopped by Good Morning Carolina on Monday to discuss consolidation, school safety and more.

NC legislative panel finalizing school safety ideas

A legislative committee looking to improve North Carolina school and student safety following the Florida school shooting in February is finalizing its recommendations days before the General Assembly session begins.

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Trillium Health Resources awarded Tailored Plan contract by NCDHHS

Tailored Plans are responsible for managing the state’s non-Medicaid behavioral health, developmental disabilities and TBI services for uninsured and underinsured recipients.

Veteran small business grants available; deadline Friday

Grants will range from $10,000 to $50,000, and winners do not have to pay them back.

American Red Cross needs blood donations; offering chance at music festival VIP experience

All who come to give Aug. 1-15, 2021, will automatically be entered for a chance to win an exclusive, VIP trip for two to the sold-out 2021 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.

“She was the glue to our family”: double homicide victim’s family still recovering

Family members are still grieving after a shooting Saturday morning claimed two lives, including Bri'yanna Williams.