North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper signed a state of emergency earlier this week and said 114 National Guard troops were staging in central and eastern North Carolina to prepare to move to the affected areas.
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New York City's American Museum of Natural History began the process of removing the controversial statue from its entrance on Tuesday night. It will be shipped to North Dakota in the coming weeks.
Forecasters predict the storm will arrive as mixed precipitation on Thursday, followed by a round of snow on Friday night into Saturday. The winter blast could ice over a large swath of eastern North Carolina and the northeastern corner of South Carolina, while dumping snow on the Norfolk, Virginia, area.
Raleigh police officer A.A. Smith fired two shots at Daniel Turcios, then about five seconds later, fired another three shots. That's according to a report from the Raleigh police department that was released by the city Wednesday.
The Transportation Security Administration says staff found a record-breaking number of guns in carry-on bags at North Carolina airports in 2021.
Police reform advocates say a Raleigh police officer shot Daniel Turcios multiple times, including after he was lying on the ground following a vehicle crash last week.
GOP leaders on Monday announced plans for the General Assembly to vote Wednesday on a bill that would push the May 17 primary to June 7. They say they are worried about the timing to redraw legislative or congressional districts should the Supreme Court soon strike down lines.
In a recent conversation with WUNC's Tested Podcast, Dudley reflects on what he’s been through over the years, and how it feels to finally have his innocence publicly acknowledged.
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.
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.
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