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House leader: Dems won’t seat Harris in unresolved race

The dissolution of North Carolina's elections board Friday injected further uncertainty into a still-undecided congressional race as a U.S. House Democratic leader rejected the idea of filling the seat until an investigation of ballot fraud allegations is complete.

SBOE: “By law, Lewis Hatcher is still Columbus County sheriff”

The State Board of Elections says today, Lewis Hatcher is still the sheriff of Columbus County, even as questions remain about what will happen next.

Bladen County elections board vice-chair resigns

The vice chair of the Bladen County board of elections has issued his letter of resignation claims his family was subject to 'drama' ongoing in the elections.

Elections investigation issues subpoenas, names McCrae Dowless person of interest

The State Board of Elections has named a Bladen County political operative as a person of interest in a potential voter fraud investigation and has issued subpoenas for various campaigns, including one for Bladen County Sheriff Jim McVicker.

NC House passes voter ID bill

North Carolina House lawmakers voted 67-40 in favor of the Voter ID bill on Wednesday.

New documents released in state investigation of alleged voter fraud surrounding Bladen County

These "irregularities" resulted in the state not only bringing into question the outcomes of a Congressional race, but to pause the certification of two county races.

Sunday early voting offered for first time in Brunswick, Pender

For the first time, you will be able to vote on a Sunday in Brunswick and Pender counties.

NC’s highest court sends election lawsuit back to panel

A three-judge panel must rule on a lawsuit filed by Gov. Roy Cooper and explain to North Carolina's highest court why the judges thought they lacked jurisdiction.

Top NC court takes up lawmakers stripping governor’s powers

North Carolina's highest court for the first time is wading into the long-running effort by Republican legislators to strip away as many powers as possible from Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper.

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World War I living history event at N.C. Maritime Museum at Southport

The N.C. Maritime Museum at Southport to host a living history weekend Sept. 18-19 featuring reenactors, authors and documentarians highlighting the World War I era.

Leland woman says metal object fell from bridge, hit her car, NCDOT responds

A Leland woman says she had a "final destination moment" when driving under the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge, and the North Carolina Department of Transportation is responding.

Town of Leland to pay developers $140k to speed up home construction

The Town of Leland will give developers of a new subdivision $140,400 to speed up construction.

Wilmington event raises $90k for Make-A-Wish, features celebrity guest

An event in Wilmington on Thursday raising money for a good cause more than doubled its donation goal, thanks to the help of a celebrity guest.