Hello again friends, it's Paul Cameron in the WBTV newsroom.
Tonight at 11:00PM—the $50,000 apology to victims of the NC eugenics program, won't happen this year. The state House and Senate compromised on a budget that won't include reparations for people who were sterilized years ago in what has to be one of North Carolina's darkest decisions. We're talking to a 59-year old victim of eugenics who once dreamed of having her own children, but now won't get a dime for her sacrifice.
A Charlotte man tonight charged for hitting and seriously injuring someone at a bar. The victim is recovering, but wait until you hear what weapon was used in the alleged assault.
The last man to see Monroe teenager Phylicia Barnes alive is accused of her murder, but pleading innocent. We've learned what Michael Johnson's attorney thinks of the charges.
You've no doubt heard about voter fraud in the past. Tonight, the story of a dog who's now registered to vote.
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