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Governor Roy Cooper concerned about recent spike in COVID-19 cases

North Carolina COVID-19 cases are on the rise and Governor Roy Cooper is concerned. On Thursday, North Carolina showed it's a third consecutive highest one-day...

Onslow County Board Of Education candidate NOT legally able to run as write-in candidate

An Onslow County, North Carolina candidate for Board of Education who lost terribly in the local primary election is spreading false information on social...

BREAKING: Man who had his knee on George Floyd’s neck has been released on bond

Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer who was seen on video kneeling on the neck of George Floyd, has been released on a $1...

17-year-old local sports star in Greenville, N.C. killed at Baymont Inn hotel

On'Teds Je' Ray Harris was only 17-years-old with a bright future ahead of him. The Greenville, North Carolina community knew him as a superstar...

Charlotte D.A. won’t be charging officers in death of Harold Easter, video expected to be released Thursday

Mecklenburg County District Attorney Spencer Merriweather will not be charging officers involved in the death of Harold Jermaine Easter. Easter died on January 26, hospitalized...

North Carolina finally moves into Phase 3 of reopening, with restrictions

Those who have hated Governor Roy Cooper over the last few months because he continued to keep North Carolina closed will now have a...

Raleigh, N.C. mayor says mostly White people vandalized downtown businesses Saturday night

The Mayor of Raleigh, North Carolina, released a statement Sunday morning condemning the destruction of local businesses downtown Saturday night during a protest. Mayor Mary-Ann...

VIDEO: Two employees who assaulted Black woman at Brothers store in Kinston, N.C. arrested

An assault on a Black woman that happened Friday night at a store in Kinston led protesters urging customers not to spend their money...

Raleigh mayor imposes curfew for 11 p.m. ahead of massive protests

The Mayor of Raleigh, North Carolina, has issued a curfew starting Saturday at 11:00 p.m. Mary-Ann Baldwin announced the decision Saturday morning to impose a curfew that will last until 5:00 a.m. Sunday morning....

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