BC / BE Psychiatrist - Black Mountain, NC
JFK Alcohol & Drug Abuse Treatment Center, NC state-operated health care inpatient facility in Black Mountain, NC, is seeking a BC/BE Psychiatrist.
NC State Too Much For Volunteers
Ralston Turner had career highs of 33 points and eight 3-pointers to help North Carolina State beat Tennessee 83-72 Wednesday night.
Ferguson protesters briefly block NC freeway
Those protesting the decision against indicting a white police officer in the Ferguson, Missouri, shooting of a black teen briefly blocked a road in Durham.
Ferguson protests continue at UNC Charlotte
UNC Charlotte students gathered at the Belk Tower on Monday, Dec. 1 in a march across campus to the Student Union, in order to raise awareness for the current situation in Ferguson.
NC police veteran fired over ?inappropriate? Facebook post
SALISBURY, N.C. ? A Salisbury Police Department veteran has been fired after officials said he made an ?inappropriate and inflammatory posting? on his personal Facebook page. The Salisbury Post reported that Officer Bill Torrence was recently terminated after 22 years with the department for making a statement that was ?racially insensitive and incendiary.? Torrence?s post [?]
Capital Tonight Dec. 15: Racial Profiling Bill
On Capital Tonight: Recent protests over grand jury decisions in Ferguson, Miss. and New York City have brought to light issues with police behavior. We talk with Rep. Rodney Moore about his bill to curb racial profiling. Rob Christensen joins the reporter roundtable.
People in Wilmington reflect on Ferguson
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- Folks gathered in Downtown Wilmington to make their voices heard about what is happening in Ferguson, MO. Even through the soft glow of a candlelight vigil the reality of what?s happening in Ferguson is harsh. ?The issues that we face are multi-dimensional issues,? said Kevin Spears. He joined several dozen other folks in Downtown for a solidarity event as they called it ...
Barber, NC NAACP headed to Ferguson protest
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) ? North Carolina NAACP President William Barber said he and a delegation from his group are headed to Missouri to join protests against the decision not to file criminal charges agai
NC caucus to talk about police-citizen relations
Black lawmakers at the General Assembly want to talk about how to prevent fatal incidents like those between citizens and police in Ferguson, Missouri, and elsewhere from happening in North Carolina.
Police behavior subject of expected NC House bill
Lawmakers and social justice activists say it's time the General Assembly discusses how to improve relations between police and citizens, particularly young black men.