In a briefing on Sunday afternoon, Gov. Roy Cooper and state emergency management officials provided an update on the impacts of sleet and snow blanketing parts of North Carolina.
The gunman who held four people hostage at a synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, is now dead, authorities said. The four hostages were physically unharmed.
The storm system could leave more than a foot of snow and in excess of a quarter inch of ice in some areas, the National Weather Service warned.
Tune in at 12 p.m. for a live update from Gov. Cooper and state emergency management officials on the impacts of the weekend winter storm.
The body camera footage taken after an off-duty officer North Carolina shot Jason Walker was released on Friday. It seems to corroborate the officer's story that Walker attacked his vehicle.
The Fayetteville Observer reports that Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Jim Ammons issued his ruling Thursday, two days after Fayetteville Police Chief Gina Hawkins filed the request.
The state also recently opened more mass testing sites, including one at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary. Healthcare leaders across the state are pleading with the public to get vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19.
Three of the seven justices have been asked by lawyers to stay out of upcoming deliberations because of alleged conflicts.
There have been three fatal shootings in less than a week involving law enforcement officers in central North Carolina. Here's a look at how the investigations will unfold.
Cooper appointed Beasley to the top spot on the state Supreme Court in 2019, making her the first Black female chief justice in North Carolina history. She's been in private practice since narrowly losing an election to the post the next year. Cooper says Beasley has what it takes to win the Senate spot this fall.
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