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Brisson wins 7th term for House, first time as republican

Rep. William Brisson has won a seventh term in the North Carolina House of Representatives, but it's the first time he's won as a Republican.

GenX remains in focus nearly one year later, multiple bills filed

It's been almost a year since we learned about GenX in the Cape Fear River.

Republicans agree on how to address little-known chemicals

North Carolina legislative Republicans say they've worked out an agreement to expand work and funding to clean up, contain and evaluate unregulated industrial chemicals like the one a plant dumped for decades into the Cape Fear River.

What are your representatives doing to stop school shootings?

A day after the 25th fatal school shooting in the United States since Columbine, we wanted to know what the people who represent us in Washington and Raleigh are doing to try and make sure it doesn't happen again.

CFPUA representatives to speak to House committee Thursday

Mike Brown, Chairman of the Board, and Frank Styers, Chief Operating Officer, will give a presentation to the House Select Committee on North Carolina River Quality in Raleigh.

Local lawmakers respond to possible funding loss over HB2

Yesterday the US Justice Department issued a letter stating that House Bill 2 violates civil rights laws. Today some of our local lawmakers are speaking out.

Most area legislators to face challenges in 2016

Most members of southeastern North Carolina's legislative delegation will face some sort of opposition for their seats next year after candidate filing ended today.

Brisson, Hill set to join Republicans to override Perdue’s budget veto

Republicans in the General Assembly will need some help from across the aisle to override Gov. Bev Perdue's veto of the state budget, and it looks like they may already have half the votes they need from our area.

ONLY ON 3 & THE BIG TALKER FM: Lawmakers voted on amendment to “end” marriage in NC

A gay marriage amendment for North Carolina's Constitution has made headlines this week, but you may not have heard about a failed amendment to that amendment that would have ended marriage licenses in the Tar Heel State.

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Pender Early College High recognized among 2021 National Blue Ribbon Schools

A Pender County school has been recognized as one of National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2021. It is one of eight schools with the honor in North Carolina.

Gov. Cooper to give COVID-19 update this afternoon

Gov. Roy Cooper is expected to give an update on the state's response to COVID-19.

Novant Health suspends hundreds of employees over COVID-19 vaccine mandate

Novant Health released an update on Tuesday on its mandatory COVID-19 vaccination program for employees.

North Carolina man accused of assaulting firemen during fire

Authorities have arrested a man who they say assaulted firefighters as they fought a fire at his North Carolina home.