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Insurance Commissioner Rejects Auto Rate Hike

Officials at the North Carolina Department of Insurance said Friday that a requested 13.8 percent average statewide increase in auto rates is unwarranted. The Rate Bureau which represents the insurance […]

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Senate Agrees To School Bus Cameras

The idea of catching drivers passing school buses unlawfully with cameras and issuing monetary penalties based on photos or video is advancing again at the North Carolina General

Western NC Wildfire Only 10% Contained

Federal forestry officials say a fire in western North Carolina is only about 10 percent contained. The U.S. Forest Service said in a news release The White Creek Fire

Former Greenville Police Chief Detained At JFK For 90 Minutes

A former North Carolina police chief who now works as a law enforcement consultant says he's disappointed with his country of 42 years after he was detained at

State Lawmakers Want To Challenge NCAA & ACC

Some North Carolina Republican legislators want to challenge the tax-exempt status of the NCAA and Atlantic Coast Conference because they removed or threaten to remove championships from the

Gov. Roy Cooper Gives State Of The State Address

Governor Roy Cooper gave his first State of the State address last night in Raleigh. Cooper started off by saying the state of our state is "promising." His first

Former Cumberland County Coach Faces 105 More Sex Charges

A former youth basketball coach and Cumberland County school employee has been charged with 105 more sex crimes. Fayetteville Police Sgt. Shawn Strepay said in a news release that

Former Disney Planner Developing North Carolina Park

A Raleigh man who's worked as a planner for Disney theme parks has started developing a small park in central North Carolina. Local media outlets reported that Bob Baranick

Flu Deaths Surpass Last Year

The number of confirmed flu cases and flu-related deaths is rising in North Carolina as the peak of the 2016-17 flu season nears, according to the N.C. Department

Governor: Gear Up For Severe Weather

Governor Roy Cooper has declared March 5-11 Severe Weather Awareness Week and urges North Carolinians to prepare and practice safety plans in case severe weather strikes. North Carolina is traditionally