Burger had a whopper of a night on Thursday, hitting his first career cycle in the Kannapolis Intimidators’ 6-5 win over the Greensboro Grasshoppers.
Allstate Insurance Co. plans to more than double its North Carolina workforce by expanding in the Charlotte area.
The justices ruled unanimously in favor of a North Carolina man who had boasted on the Internet about beating a traffic ticket.
The justices ruled 5-3 that state lawmakers and the governor placed too many African-Americans in two districts to limit their voting power elsewhere.
EDITORIAL: Forgive us for not cheering. The battle to protect and expand the voting franchise to every qualified American citizens is far from won.
“Repeal” is a bogus claim meant to bamboozle the governing body for college sports, the NCAA, which has banned the state from hosting tourney events.
A bill rolling back North Carolina’s contentious LGBT “bathroom bill” has passed the General Assembly and is now headed to the governor’s desk.
GOP leaders said the new legislation would be debated and voted on Thursday. It’s unclear whether there are enough House and Senate votes to pass it.
The government says it’s enforcing the laws and conducting routine enforcement targeting immigrants in the country illegally with criminal records.
“The legislature had a chance to do the right thing for North Carolina, and they failed,” Democratic Gov.-elect Roy Cooper said.
Left out of this brouhaha is the systematic and purposeful voter suppression that certainly cost Clinton the election.
After more than a year on the stump, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are spending Monday, the last full campaign day, in key battleground states.