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State Treasurer Dale Folwell talks about collecting overpayments 0:49

State Treasurer Dale Folwell talks about collecting overpayments

NC principals may retire to avoid pay cuts 1:52

NC principals may retire to avoid pay cuts

Former NC state employee paying for mistake by the state 1:25

Former NC state employee paying for mistake by the state

Protester fasting to oppose pipeline 2:03

Protester fasting to oppose pipeline

UNC board member Fetzer: 'raging internal conflict' needed for change 1:28

UNC board member Fetzer: "raging internal conflict" needed for change

Why did the state court system spend $700,000 with a PR firm? 0:50

Why did the state court system spend $700,000 with a PR firm?

NC Rep. Chuck McGrady on the plastic bag ban 0:50

NC Rep. Chuck McGrady on the plastic bag ban

General Assembly honors Greenville Little League team 1:46

General Assembly honors Greenville Little League team

'NC has evolved to Lord of Flies scenario' 0:36

'NC has evolved to Lord of Flies scenario'

Should Confederate monuments stay or go? 1:57

Should Confederate monuments stay or go?

  • Historical Commission postpones decision on statues and monuments

    Video: The N.C. Historical Commission board voted to delay making a decision regarding placement of statues and monuments on state grounds during a meeting in Raleigh on Sept. 22, 2017. Saying it is 'precedent setting,' they want time to study it further.

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Capitol Square Confederate monuments to Bentonville Battlefield? Not quite yet

NC Historical Commission debates Cooper administration petition to move Confederate monuments from the Capitol Grounds to a Civil War battlefield in Johnston County.

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Justice in North Carolina under attack – Marcia Morey

After 18 years serving the public in Durham as a judge, I left the bench in April and took a giant leap into the lion’s den of the legislature. While I understood that my new role as a member of the N.C. House would be in a highly charged political environment compared to my nonpartisan role as a judge, I did not anticipate this year’s systematic attack on the independence of North Carolina’s judiciary.

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Solemn arrival at RDU Airport 0:56

Solemn arrival at RDU Airport

10-year old drummer steals the show at the Carrboro Music Festival 1:07

10-year old drummer steals the show at the Carrboro Music Festival

Hurricane Maria to bring high winds and rough surf as it continues northern path 0:36

Hurricane Maria to bring high winds and rough surf as it continues northern path

Hurricane Maria is an increasing threat to NC Outer Banks 0:21

Hurricane Maria is an increasing threat to NC Outer Banks

Hurricane Maria shifts west and NC watches and waits 0:30

Hurricane Maria shifts west and NC watches and waits

Should Selma Middle School stay in local hands? 0:55

Should Selma Middle School stay in local hands?

Longtime NC fugitive finally free 1:33

Longtime NC fugitive finally free

NC man wins fans with his voice while helping out after Hurricane Irma 0:36

NC man wins fans with his voice while helping out after Hurricane Irma

Introducing On-ramp Signals in North Carolina 2:28

Introducing On-ramp Signals in North Carolina

Rare aye-aye born at Duke Lemur Center 0:35

Rare aye-aye born at Duke Lemur Center

‘You can call them slaves if you want to... I would call them workers,’ Alamance commissioner says

Alamance commissioner Tim Sutton referred to slaves as workers during a meeting of the commission. Sutton was referring to his great-grandfather's service in the Confederate army during the Civil War and said “It is my understanding that when he died ... that some guys on the farm, you can call them slaves if you want to, but I would just call them workers, that they raised a good bit of my family. When the time came, my great-grandmother gave them land.'
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‘You can call them slaves if you want to... I would call them workers,’ Alamance commissioner says 1:16

‘You can call them slaves if you want to... I would call them workers,’ Alamance commissioner says

Solemn arrival at RDU Airport 0:56

Solemn arrival at RDU Airport

10-year old drummer steals the show at the Carrboro Music Festival 1:07

10-year old drummer steals the show at the Carrboro Music Festival

Hurricane Maria to bring high winds and rough surf as it continues northern path 0:36

Hurricane Maria to bring high winds and rough surf as it continues northern path