Today in NC History: Dec. 23
In 1848, the General Assembly approved the creation of a mental hospital in North Carolina. The approval was the result of lobbying by Dorothea Dix, who the hospital was named after.
1 Killed in South Charlotte Shooting
An argument between family members led to a shooting death in south Charlotte Friday morning.
Capital Tonight Dec. 8: US History Curriculum
On Capital Tonight: Controversy over the state's US History curriculum hit the State Board of Education recently. We talk with education experts Matt Ellinwood and Bob Luebke about the issues. Gary Robertson of the AP and Rose Hoban of NC Health News talk Medicaid reform and more at our Reporter Roundtable.
NC cleaning woman accused of stealing thousands from client on Thanksgiving
FAIRFIELD HARBOUR, N.C. ? A cleaning woman is in custody for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars from one of her clients on Thanksgiving Day. Lynn Pollak Mick cleaned houses in the Fairfield Harbour community, but stole from one of her clients on Nov. 27. ?The amount of money was undisclosed but it was in the [?]
Wilmington woman accused of giving bogus invoice in insurance fraud scheme
Authorities arrested a Wilmington woman wanted in connection to an alleged insurance fraud scheme.
Capital Tonight Dec. 4: Fracking Rules
On Capital Tonight: It's been six months since the law authorizing fracking in North Carolina took effect. We talk with Vikram Rao, chairman of the Mining and Energy Commission, and Liz Kazal of Environment NC about how the rules governing fracking are taking shape. Congressman Robert Pittenger discusses his plan to modernize banking regulations and more.
Sanford Residents Sing Carols to Lee County Law Enforcement Officials
Hundreds of people braved the cold and rainy weather Tuesday night to honor local law enforcement in Sanford.
Power Restored in Terminal 2 after Outage at RDU
Duke Energy crews are working to restore power at Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Power is now back on at Terminal 2 and critical systems are still running on generator power in Terminal 1.
Thomas and Teresa Bohrer of Bath announce the engagement of their daughter, Hope Elliott Bohrer, to Robert Thomas Ceres. He is the son of Gary and Joanne Ceres of Winterville. A March 2015 wedding is planned at Harvest Church in Washington, NC.
Capital Tonight Dec. 19: Bow Tie Caucus
On Capital Tonight: The Bow Tie Caucus convenes for the final time of the year. Sen. Joel Ford and Larry Shaheen take on the redistricting decision and dropping unemployment.