Wake County mom says fake Uber driver tried to lure her
The woman had just left a birthday party and was walking to her car
Banner reading 'Refugees Welcome' appears at base of Statue of Liberty
Affixing a banner to the monument is illegal.
Syrian refugee now living in Triangle says vetting process already extreme
A Syrian refugee turned American citizen shares his rigorous path to U.S. citizenship amid concerns about President Donald Trump's calls for a stronger vetting process.
There's a new food truck in the Triangle, and it's just for dogs
Locally-made all natural dog treats, doggie cigars, even doggie beer!
California police officer's suspected killer identified
The parolee accused of fatally gunning down Whittier Officer Keith Boyer was identified as 26-year-old Michael Mejia on Tuesday.
Governor Cooper's budget to propose more teacher pay
New North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper announced Monday his two-year budget proposal will include average 5 percent raises for public school teachers annually to help aim toward getting salaries to the national average by the early 2020s.
'Refugees Welcome' banner unfurled on Statue of Liberty
The banner, approximately 20 feet by 3 feet, was spotted on the pedestal just before 1 p.m., affixed by nylon rope to the wall of the public observation deck at the base of the statue.
North Carolina bill to punish local gov'ts for 'sanctuary' policies heard
North Carolina lawmakers are considering again whether to punish local governments if they don't comply with federal immigration law or have policies discouraging the collection of information about someone's immigration status.
Hoke County government probe could go from 'zero to 60'
Hoke County Sheriff Hubert Peterkin said Tuesday that his office started investigating three months ago and turned it over to the SBI once they realized how big of a case they had.
Trump denounces anti-Semitic threats as 'horrible'
Trump also said more needs to be done "to root out hate."
Cooper, Stein ask Supreme Court to end voter ID review
North Carolina's new Democratic governor and attorney general say they are ending state efforts to persuade the U.S. Supreme Court to revive a GOP-backed voter ID law that was struck down by a lower court, but Republican lawmakers say they will continue pushing for the high court's review.