Owner William Fulton plans to use the grant money to expand his business’ sales market into other parts of North Carolina.
After a judge suspended Columbus County Sheriff Jody Greene in October for racist comments, he resigned and then ran for re-election (and won) in what some are calling an effort to “game the system."
The Moore v. Harper case, which originated in North Carolina, has the potential to dramatically alter American elections.
As Moore County reels from the weekend attacks, Gov. Roy Cooper called for a thorough assessment of the state's critical infrastructure Tuesday morning.
Law enforcement says they have found no connection to anti-LGBTQ protests outside of a local drag show.
The Moore v. Harper ruling will have serious electoral and political implications on both the state and federal levels, as well as decide whether state lawmakers should have total control over election rules–without any checks or balances.
Several GOP candidates have been obscuring or hiding their position on abortion rights in recent weeks. So we’ve pulled together a race-by-race breakdown on where they stand.
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