Sunday 19 May 2019

Fayetteville Man Arrested in Jail for Goldsboro Crime

A Fayetteville man has been arrested in jail in connection with a breaking and entering and larceny at a home on Yearling Drive in Goldsboro on August 24, 2016. Sammy […]

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Man Leads Police on Chase into Goldsboro

A man is behind bars after a police chase that ended in Goldsboro. In the early morning hours of December 30, Wayne County Sheriff's Office deputies were asked

Judge Halts Law Transferring Education Power

A judge has halted a new law transferring power from the state Board of Education to the incoming superintendent pending an upcoming court hearing. Wake County Judge Donald Stephens

New NC Insurance Commissioner Takes Office Sunday

North Carolina's new governor isn't the only state official taking the oath of office while others ring in the New Year. Mike Causey, the incoming state insurance commissioner, says

NC Law Stripping Gov-Elect’s Power Blocked

A North Carolina judge is temporarily blocking a new Republican-backed law that strips the incoming Democratic governor of his control over election boards just before he takes office. Wake

Wayne County GOP Office Vandalized

Police in North Carolina say someone broke into a local Republican Party office and defaced a wall mural of former President Ronald Reagan. A Goldsboro Police report says the

Pay Cut, Demotion for NC Environmental Agency Head

The North Carolina's environment agency leader who headed Republican Gov. Pat McCrory's response to coal ash and other polluters is taking a demotion and pay cut, apparently to

Cooper Tells McCrory Staffers Jobs End Sunday

The incoming administration of Gov.-elect Roy Cooper is already giving notice to stalwarts of Gov. Pat McCrory's administration that they're being replaced and shouldn't show up for work

Man Walking in Woods Found Missing NJ Woman, Child

A sheriff's office official says a man walking in a wooded area in rural Virginia stumbled across a missing New Jersey woman and her great-granddaughter. Maj. William Knott of

Election-Count Fight May Foreshadow New GOP Legislation

A fight over vote-counting that stretched beyond Election Day offers a preview of how Republicans may seek to re-do North Carolina's ballot-access laws in 2017. Earlier this month, Gov.