RALEIGH — A decision on Tuesday, Dec. 3, by the N.C. Court of Appeals rebuking Gov. Roy Cooper could have ramifications beyond the initial scope of the case, and it could influence a dispute over the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.

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RALEIGH — A three-judge panel unanimously upheld North Carolina’s new congressional districts, just in time for 2020 candidates to start filing.

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RALEIGH — A doctor suing to overturn restrictions on patient care just won his first victory.

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RALEIGH — A panel of Superior Court judges have approved North Carolina’s newly redrawn legislative district voting maps, but lawmakers are headed back to the drawing board to create different maps for congressional races.

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PEMBROKE — Two social work professors at UNC Pembroke are helping lay the groundwork for a DWI treatment court–the first of its kind in Robeson County.

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RALEIGH — The redistricting court in Common Cause v. Lewis issued several strict guidelines last month to the General Assembly on how to draft its new 2020 election maps. But will the court’s appointed referee have to follow the same rules?

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RALEIGH — North Carolina’s 2020 election maps created by House members may not stand up to court scrutiny.

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RALEIGH — A ruling by the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver could have ramifications beyond Colorado, political experts say.

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ROCKINGHAM — Criminal charges against the former county human resources director were dismissed by the prosecutor Friday.

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ROCKINGHAM — In an effort to collect payments and keep delinquent parents out of jail, the Richmond County Child Support office is offering an amnesty deal.

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Lineman exhibition showcases t…

HAMLET — The Electric Lineman program at Richmond Community College graduated its fourth class of lineman students on Wednesday, sending 19 more linemen into the workforce to start a lifelong career... Read more

Consultants for state court ca…

RALEIGH — A long-anticipated report from an education consulting group suggests North Carolina should boost public school spending by at least $8 billion over the next eight years to satisfy... Read more

PILLAR: This season was about …

The reality of Richmond’s magical playoff run and 2019 season coming to an end didn’t really hit me until Wednesday afternoon when I didn’t go meet with head coach Bryan... Read more

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SOUTHERN PINES — A productive start to the Richmond Senior High School wrestling team’s season met its first speed bump of the winter as the Raiders opened Sandhills Athletic Conference... Read more

ATTORNEY ANALYSIS: No probable…

ROCKINGHAM — A constitutional attorney says it appears deputies with the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office had no probable cause to initiate an arrest that was live streamed by the defendant... Read more

Christmas on the Square draws …

ROCKINGHAM — It was a picture-perfect day downtown Saturday as folks began arriving for the 23rd annual Christmas on the Square.  Read more

VBC Manufacturing partners wit…

HAMLET — Richmond Community College leaders recently visited VBC Manufacturing to tour the Hamlet facility and to discuss customized training for more than a hundred employees working at various levels... Read more

COLUMN: Virgil Griffith is Ame…

On Nov. 29, FBI agents arrested hacker and cryptocurrency developer Virgil Griffith. His alleged crime: Talking. Yes, really. Read more

Free breakfast doubling as foo…

ROCKINGHAM — A group comprised mostly of Richmond County elected officials is offering the community a morning meal. Read more



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