A community is in mourning Saturday after a Lumberton Police officer was struck and killed by a car in the early morning hours. According to Lumberton City officials the male officer, who’s identity has not yet been revealed, was responding to an accident on I-95 near Exit 22 around 6:20 a.m. on Sa
One reason for the flooding on Grey Leaf Drive is a drainage pipe downstream failed, causing rainwater to back up and flood the street, according to Dave Mays, director of public services with the City of Wilmington.
The North Carolina State Board of Elections on Friday announced that it will hold a public hearing on Jan. 11 regarding the board’s investigation into absentee ballot irregularities in the state’s 9th Congressional District.
The investigation into potential election fraud in Bladen and Robeson counties has grabbed national headlines. Chuck Todd, the moderator of NBC's “Meet the Press”, said Friday many pundits in Washington, DC are expecting a new election in North Carolina's Ninth District as a result.
A Reuters investigation found that for decades, Johnson & Johnson sought to hide the fact that in many cases cancer-causing asbestos contaminated the talc that was used to produce its talcum powder products.
During the height of the Cold War with the Soviet Union, a military plane carrying two thermonuclear bombs crashed landed near Faro, NC. It wasn't discovered until decades later just how close eastern North Carolina was to a disaster.
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In order to limit operating costs on traditionally low traffic days, the N.C. Department of Transportation has announced several routes in the N.C. Ferry System will be operating on an alternate schedules Dec. 24-25.
Michael Cohen — who for more than a decade was a key power player in the Trump Organization and a fixture in Trump's political life — said he "gave loyalty to someone who, truthfully, does not deserve loyalty." Cohen spoke in an interview with ABC that aired Friday on "Good Morning America."
Although the resolutions are largely symbolic — because it's unclear if they will be considered by the House — passage Thursday showed senators seeking to assert oversight of Trump administration foreign policy and the relationship with Saudi Arabia.
Governor Roy Cooper made a stop in Pender County Thursday morning to survey several spots that were damaged by Hurricane Florence, including U.S. 421 near the New Hanover County line where a huge section was completely washed away by floodwaters.
Boiling Spring Lakes residents are frustrated with how long it has taken for East Boiling Spring Road to be repaired. The road has been under construction since September after it was washed out by Hurricane Florence.
A Superior Court judge has granted a preliminary injunction against an out-of-state tree removal company which keeps the owners from operating in North Carolina and collecting exorbitant fees they charged victims in Castle Hayne in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.
Though Cohen broke down during his sentencing hearing Wednesday, Trump remained uncharacteristically quiet, his Twitter feed still while he ignored shouted questions about his former attorney at a White House event. But Trump has been far from silent during the monthslong Cohen saga.
The House and Senate voted Wednesday to require both new primary and general elections if the state elections board decides a redo is needed because of ballot irregularities in a close congressional contest.
The Robeson County Sheriff’s Office is conducting an internal affairs investigation in reference to a 2016 incident involving the suspect charged in connection with the death of 13-year-old Hania Aguilar.
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“I’ve been in law enforcement for 13 years in West Jefferson, North Carolina, and we think it’s important to support law enforcement across the state of North Carolina,” said Brad Jordan, who works with Barr Evergreens.