A day after North Carolina's midterms, we review what just happened, explore why, and turn our attention to what might come next.
Local organizations are behind food distributions in the East Side of Buffalo following the shooting at a Tops supermarket.
Just a handful of formula makers dominate the industry so a single plant shutdown can lead to empty shelves.
Greg Lindberg, who lived in Durham and was once North Carolina’s largest political donor, was sentenced in 2020 to more than seven years in prison after being convicted of attempting to bribe Causey to secure preferential regulatory treatment for his insurance business.
Asheville artist Kenn Kotara found quick success as an artist and has spent much of his career leaning away from itWhile Kenn Kotara's work lives in abstraction, the artist said social-political exploration is always at play. It’s right there in the title of his new show—”Order in an Unruly Zoo.” It’s on view through June 10 at the Black Mountain Center for the Arts.
The defenseman’s second career playoff goal capped a late comeback by the Hurricanes, who trailed most of the way. But Sebastian Aho finally pushed one past Shesterkin in the final minutes of the third period to send the game into OT.
Deep beach holes, in addition to possibly resulting in injuries for those who dig them, could delay or damage rescue vehicles operating on the beach
At least six incumbents — four Republicans and two Democrats — lost in Tuesday's primaries for seats in their current chamber.
Public health officials offer advice for families struggling to find formula.
Leaders in North Carolina manufacturing are gathering for an annual convention in Durham this week.
The chief job for lawmakers is to approve changes to the second year of the already-enacted two-year budget. Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper made recommendations last week.
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