The eight appointed members of the bipartisan State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement on Wednesday unanimously selected two nominees for the final seat on the State Board. ...On March 21, 2018 / By Matt Caulder
Gov. Roy Cooper is advocating for a special permit to buy certain kinds of modern sporting rifles, along with a host of other legal changes, in the wake ...On March 15, 2018 / By Matt Caulder
State leaders released a joint statement criticizing Gov. Roy Cooper for continuing to try and use the court system to block efforts to install a bipartisan elections and ...On March 14, 2018 / By Matt Caulder
Gov. Roy Cooper’s administration is seeking feedback on new guidelines for public records requests at state agencies. While the fact the Cooper’s administration is seeking comments on the ...On March 13, 2018 / By Matt Caulder
Senate Rules Chairman Sen. Bill Rabon (R-Brunswick) called for a legislative oversight hearing Wednesday following a WRAL-TV news report on how Gov. Roy Cooper’s administration negotiated for the ...On March 8, 2018 / By Matt Caulder
A three-judge panel of the North Carolina Superior Court, on Monday, unanimously agreed that a recent ruling in the state Supreme Court favoring Gov. Roy Cooper only means ...On March 6, 2018 / By Matt Caulder
NC Policy Watch, on Wednesday, reported that Rep. Duane Hall (D-Wake) has been accused by five women, most of whom Policy Watch has not named at their request, ...On February 28, 2018 / By Matt Caulder
A release from the Senate leader’s office, on Monday, called into question Gov. Roy Cooper’s statements about the $57.8 million fund provided to the state by energy companies ...On February 27, 2018 / By Matt Caulder
Tomorrow is forecast to be Cooler than today.
Chance of a Thunderstorm
Scattered thunderstorms. Lows overnight in the mid 60s.
High 89° / Low 66°
Sunshine and clouds mixed. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. High near 85F. Winds ENE at 5 to 10 mph.
High 85° / Low 60°