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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The snow that melted Thursday has frozen over, leaving black ice all over Triangle-area roadways. The slippery conditions are likely to blame for a number of accidents Friday morning.
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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
Wolfpack Gives Back, NC State Hosts Charity Dance Marathon
Proceeds from the event will go to benefit the local Children's Miracle Network Hospital, Duke Children's Hospital and Health Center. 10:17 AM
Cumberland Co. Organization Closes in on Goal for Food Distribution
The Cumberland Community Foundation has teamed up with Second Harvest Food Bank in order to raise money in their efforts to bring 1 million pounds of food to the area. 10:42 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
Fluffy Philanthropy: Hero Dogs for America’s Heros
Hero Dogs, a unique non-profit near the nation’s capital, is helping to improve the lives of disabled veterans by pairing them with canine companions. 03:45 PM
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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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Thousands Remain in the Dark Across Triangle
More than 200,000 power outages were reported across the state Thursday following the winter storm. Crews worked through the day and night to restore power to most, but hard-hit areas of Wake and Durham counties, specifically rural areas, are still without electricity. 07:17 AM
NC Public Universities Again Seeking Tuition, Fee Hikes
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. 07:58 AM
Military Family Receives New Home
SPC Paul Honneffer, his wife, and two children were presented the keys to a mortgage-free, newly renovated home in Fayetteville. This amazing gift was made possible by Home Strong USA in partnership with Bank of America. 02:17 PM
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
Tow Truck Drivers Work Around the Clock to Help Stranded Drivers
Tow truck operators worked around the clock since Wednesday night to help stranded drivers stuck in the snow, slush and ice. 02/26/2015 08:28 PM