A North Carolina state judge has declined for now to strike down or uphold photo identification requirements to vote in person starting in 2016. Superior Court Judge Michael Morgan's decisions provided Friday to attorneys mean a lawsuit from voters and advocacy groups is still heading to a summer trial. 03:00 PM
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors voted Friday to disband the think-tank created to help launch John Edwards' presidential campaign and run by a law professor and former Democratic candidate for Congress from Colorado.
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North Carolina's public universities are poised for another couple of years of higher tuition and fees after a one-year tuition freeze this year. The governing board of the 16-campus system is expected to approve requests by schools to raise the two basic costs of attendance.
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Black Ice Remains a Concern on Secondary Roads
DOT crews worked to get primary roads in the Triad in good shape Friday morning, and now the concern moves to secondary roars in the area. 07:50 AM
Llamas Escape From Nursing Home, Captivate Nation
Two llamas in Arizona captured the attention of people all across the country Thursday afternoon, after they broke free and were on the run for at least an hour before anyone was able to catch them. 09:28 AM
Trust Fund Created in Honor of Chapel Hill Shooting Victims
The families of Deah Barakat and Yusor and Razan Abu-Salha are hoping to raise $500,000. The proceeds from the Our Three Winners Trust, will go towards funding education, dental relief and service projects helping those in need. 08:16 AM
Lynch Confirmation Expected Despite NC Senators Opposition
Sen. Richard Burr said Thursday he's unable to support President Barack Obama's nomination of Lynch. He made the announcement after new Sen. Thom Tillis voted Thursday morning against Lynch in the Senate Judiciary Committee. The panel still recommended her confirmation to the full Senate in a 12-8 vote. Her ultimate approval is still expected. 08:29 AM
North Carolinians Have Fun in the Snow
It was a day for many across North Carolina to dig out as the winter storm moved on. Others found time to play in the snow, even officers in a Alamance County police department. 02/26/2015 07:48 PM
Through My Eyes
In this series, "Though My Eyes," Time Warner Cable News reporters speak with African-American youth and adults about the issues black males face and how they feel in today's America. How has the country progressed since the Civil Rights marches of the 1960s and how do African-American men feel they are perceived in today's world? Watch it Friday at 7:30 p.m.
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Latest Winter Storm Left Thousands without Power in the Triad
The heavy snow's brought trees and limbs into contact with power lines, causing outages in Forsyth, Guilford and other counties. 02/26/2015 06:06 PM
Road Conditions Around Triad Begin to Improve
Inches of snow and slush are still covering many roads. It is a combination that can lead to slipping, sliding and spinning out. Conditions have improved a lot as the storm winded down and plows and salt trucks worked round the clock to clear roadways. 02/26/2015 01:39 PM
Guilford Co. First Responders Thank Public for Staying Off the Roads
First responders in Guilford County are thanking people for staying inside and off the roads after our latest round of winter weather. Extra resources were ready, but not needed during the storm. 02/26/2015 04:49 PM
Heavy Snow Could Damage Garden Plants
While most people are focused on clearing their driveway of all the snow, experts say your landscaping might need clearing too. 02/26/2015 09:25 PM
Snowstorm Blankets Forsyth County
The NCDOT had interstates and primary roads wet, but mostly clear by mid-day. Crews put down 1,100 tons of salt in Forsyth County. Now they're starting to work on secondary streets still covered in slush or snow. 02/26/2015 05:10 PM