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After an Incident at Rolesville High, Activists Wonder if Schools Need Cops

A school resource officer was caught on camera throwing a fifteen-year-old girl to the ground

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The Durham HRC Sends Its Scathing Jail Critique to City, County Leaders

Some Human Relations Commission members, however, didn’t appreciate the report’s tone

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Good News: Roy Cooper Wants to Expand Medicaid. Bad News: It Might Be Illegal.

In 2013, the legislature passed a law forbidding the governor from doing what Cooper did last week

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Raleigh’s First Responders Want More Money, But the Mayor Wants Them to Wait

Nancy McFarlane thinks the city should address all of its employees’ salaries, not just cops and firefighters

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On His Way Out, Pat McCrory Places Close Advisers on Key State Boards

The ex-gov made thirteen appointments on Friday

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Why Hasn’t the City of Durham Released Controversial Cops’ Personnel Files?

Residents want more information about the three officers involved in Frank Clark’s death

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Endangered Red Wolf Shot Dead in Eastern North Carolina

There are fewer than forty-five remaining in the wild—and the government isn’t doing enough to help them, advocates say

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Do the Legislature’s Republicans Really Have a Stronger Mandate Than Roy Cooper?

Despite Cooper’s narrow win and huge GOP majorities in the House and Senate, the numbers suggest otherwise

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Will the Triangle’s Local Governments Take Advantage of the (Supposed) HB 2 Repeal?

If the law goes away, progressive counties and municipalities may be able to pass nondiscrimination ordinances of their own

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Resident Blasts Durham City Council, Councilman Eddie Davis, over Frank Clark’s Death; Council Asks for Expedited Investigation

Also on Monday, the council approved a letter of support for light rail, even though it’s not clear where the money’s coming from

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Members of Congress Accuse the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service of Not Protecting Red Wolves

The endangered species’s wild population lives in eastern North Carolina

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N.C. Cops Have Shot a Lot of People in 2016

There have been thirty-one police shootings to date, including three in Raleigh

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If Durham and Orange County Want Light Rail, They’ll Have to Pay Up

Since the legislature won’t do its part, local governments are going to have to find more cash to keep the project alive

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Special Session Number Five: Here's What We Know So Far

The fifth special session of the year has begun. We'll be here until the very end.

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Fare Thee Well, Pat McCrory. You Won’t Be Missed.

Progressives should celebrate, but they also need to gear up for the next fight

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That Big Ku Klux Klan Rally Didn’t Amount to Much

A counterdemonstration in Raleigh, meanwhile, drew roughly one thousand people

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Duke Energy’s Natural Gas Plant on Duke University’s Campus Is On Hold

Local environmentalists have protested the facility, say it perpetuates fracking and carbon pollution

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Durham Cops Hold Community Meeting on Frank Clark Shooting, Media Not Invited

Residents of McDougald were not satisfied

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Pat McCrory Wasn’t Quite Sure What HB 2 Did Two Days After He Signed It

In an email obtained through a public records request, Representative Dan Bishop explained why the law targeted more than just Charlotte’s bathroom provision

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A Desperate Pat McCrory Makes His Last Stand

The governor and his allies are making a last-ditch attempt to overrule the state’s voters

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"Powell has another idea. "I really wish Wake would experiment with taking officers out of the school and evaluate the …

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Just to clarify, basically the only people currently eligible for Medicaid in North Carolina are pregnant women, families with minor …

by Smilla on Good News: Roy Cooper Wants to Expand Medicaid. Bad News: It Might Be Illegal. (Triangulator)

Yolanda Stith could not be less qualified for this position. What a blatant political giveaway.

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FYI, you have the pictures of Lee Roberts and Andrew Heath switched.

by Bob Coats on On His Way Out, Pat McCrory Places Close Advisers on Key State Boards (Triangulator)

Thanks, Lewis. We've made a correction to the info graphic.

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"Powell has another idea. "I really wish Wake would experiment with taking officers out of the school and evaluate the …

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Just to clarify, basically the only people currently eligible for Medicaid in North Carolina are pregnant women, families with minor …

by Smilla on Good News: Roy Cooper Wants to Expand Medicaid. Bad News: It Might Be Illegal. (Triangulator)

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