The exhibit includes new artifacts from the ship, Queen Anne's Revenge, and a new conservation laboratory. It opens Saturday. Staff members from the lab in Greenville will conduct demonstrations about how to conserve artifacts from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 03:33 PM
Organizers with the grassroots movement Link in the Chain want to let police officers, sheriff's deputies and troopers know they're appreciated. More than a dozen people held signs with the #BlueLivesMatter outside the Greensboro Police Department Saturday, enduring some drizzle to show support for our men and women in blue.
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On Friday, the NC Supreme Court agreed the utilities commission's approval in 2013 of a profit rate for Duke Energy Carolinas, was supported by competent and substantial evidence and no improper costs would be paid for the increase.
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UNCW Interim Chancellor Supports Cutting Athletic Programs
William Sederberg says it doesn't make financial sense to keep the programs -- men's and women's outdoor track and field, women's indoor track and field, and men's cross country -- for the long-term health of the athletics department. 01:35 PM
Woman Charged in Sister's Death Incapable of Standing Trial
A judge ruled a woman charged in the shooting death of her sister incapable of standing trial and must be committed to a psychiatric treatment facility. 09:22 AM
Big Splashes Unlikely as NC Lawmakers Start 2015 Session
The General Assembly reconvenes Wednesday following a two-week hiatus from opening day ceremonies to get down to passing legislation for the next two years. 01:14 PM
UNC Chancellor Folt Responds to Lawsuit Filed by Former Athletes
UNC Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt acknowledged Friday at a council meeting that the university is under enormous legal pressure after two former students filed a lawsuit against the school and the NCAA. 08:13 AM
Investigators Look Into Cell Phone Records in Duke Rape Allegations
A woman claims she was raped earlier this month by a member of Alpha Delta Phi after attending one their off-campus parties. Search warrants reveal two fraternity members texted each other about getting the woman back into her dorm. 09:26 AM
Today in NC History: Jan. 24
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In 1961, a B-52 bomber, carrying two nuclear weapons, crashed in Wayne County, 10 miles northeast of Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base. Three members of the eight man crew were killed.
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Annual Conference Focuses on Mental Health Issues
State leaders, mental health professionals and those most affected by the disease gathered in Chapel Hill on Saturday morning for an annual event that works to inform North Carolinians about mental health and develop ways to work with people suffering with different forms of mental illness. 08:30 AM
Joseph Sledge Freed After 1978 Murder Conviction Overturned
A man convicted of killing a woman and her adult daughter in Bladen County almost 40 years ago will be set free. In December, the state Innocence Inquiry Commission found no physical evidence tied Joseph Sledge to the 1976 murders of Josephine and Ailene Davis 01/23/2015 08:45 PM
City of New Bern Applies to Become a Certified Retirement Community
The certification would serve as a marketing tool and would allow the city to promote their attractions to retirees through magazines, websites, and consumer shows such as Ideal Living. 01/23/2015 05:41 PM
Volvo Plant Could be Heading to NC
Swedish car maker Volvo is looking to open a new manufacturing plant in the United States to help in its resurgence. The British newspaper Financial Times says the state of North Carolina is being looked at as a possible location. 01/23/2015 07:39 PM
Wounded Warrior Battalion Hosts First-Ever Symposium
Wounded Warrior Battalion-East hosted their first-ever symposium Friday to help injured Marines transition out of the military. 01/23/2015 04:02 PM