On the fourth day of the North Carolina State Board of Elections hearing, the board voted unanimously to hold a new election in the 9th District. Prior to the vote, Republican Mark Harris said he believes there should be a new election.
A new report obtained by WBTV shows senior staff within the VA’s regional office that covers North Carolina and Virginia, known as VISN 6, accessed the confidential medical records of an employee who has alleged being the victim of harassment, defamation and retaliation.
Leaders from the North Carolina Office of State Budget and Management and the North Carolina Department of Transportation provided more details on the proposed move of the DMV headquarters building from downtown Raleigh Rocky Mount, roughly an hour east, in a private call with members of the Council
Members of the newly-formed North Carolina State Board of Elections spent hours behind closed doors on Thursday receiving a briefing from board staff about the results of an investigation into irregularities in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District.
New legislation proposed by a bipartisan group of lawmakers and spearheaded by North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein would provide millions of dollars to process previously untested rape kits and seek to prevent kits from ever sitting untested again.
A senior official with the US Department of Veterans Affairs tried to quickly settle a whistleblower complaint from an employee—who alleged retaliation at the agency’s regional office in Durham, NC—just weeks before he left the agency, an email recently obtained by WBTV shows.
A councilwoman in the Village of Marvin, a small town in western Union County, has filed an affidavit in court accusing the village’s mayor and a fellow council member of illegally using public funds to finance a lawsuit to remove her from office.
WBTV obtained a copy of the report in the days after UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt abruptly announced her resignation and ordered the immediate removal of the pedestal upon which Silent Sam sat earlier this week.
Documents released by the Cooper Administration last month show senior staff delayed signing off on a key permit for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline until Duke Energy, one of the pipeline’s major investors, reached a separate deal with solar companies that would, essentially, result in the utility giant
The Chairman of the Bladen County Board of Elections filed a new affidavit, made public for the first time Friday, that said staff at the county board of elections found three absentee ballot request forms submitted in the 2018 general election that had been forged.