Monday 23 Oct 2017

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Praise For State’s New “Raise The Age” Law

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) — Youth criminal justice advocates are giving North Carolina credit for changes in how it handles 16 and 17 year olds in the court system. Marcy […]

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N.C. Gun Laws Receive “D-Minus” Grade

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- While the nation mourns the lives lost and injuries from the deadliest shooting rampage in its history, questions are emerging about how to

Swift Water Rescue Teams Meet With Governor

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- Governor Roy Cooper  welcomed dozens of members of swift water rescue teams from across North Carolina to the Executive Mansion Friday and thanked

N.C. Ranks Low For Teachers

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- A national study out last week showed North Carolina is one of the worst states in the U.S. to be a teacher, North

First Lady Urges Flu Vaccinations

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) -- North Carolina First Lady Kristin Cooper joined State Health Director Betsey Tilson, M.D., at Wake County Human Services to encourage North Carolinians to

Staring At Eclipse Can Damage Your Eyes

(North Carolina News Network)--With the great American solar eclipse less than one week away, an Eastern Carolina eye specialist says now is the time for everyone to prepare.

N.C. Ranks Low For Health Care

(North Carolina News Network)--When it comes to health care, North Carolina gets a very weak diagnosis. Personal finance website WalletHub ranked North Carolina as the fifth worst in

Attorney General Forced To Cut Staff

(North Carolina News Network)--North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein Thursday announced the Department of Justice has had to downsize. Stein says he was forced to eliminate 45 positions

New Law Helps Clear Criminal Records

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK)--Governor Roy Cooper has signed Senate Bill 445.  If a person was charged and there was no conviction, or if a person is a first-time

New Catholic Cathedral Opens In Raleigh

(North Carolina News Network)--The first Catholic Cathedral to be built in the south in more than 100 years opened its doors in Raleigh Wednesday. The Holy Name of