By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam Allie Reiter of Dunwoody High School and Dynamo Swim Club has verbally committed to the University of North Carolina for 2017-18. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Georgia 1-5A Runner-Up Allie Reiter Verbally Commits to UNC
Click here for reuse options! With the state’s demographics and political makeup shifting, backlash against anti-LGBT law may help send Democrat Roy Cooper to the governor's office. Ian Palmquist was running errands last Tuesday when the North Carolina gubernatorial debate came on the air. Show More Summary
Black Voters Shrug Off Trump Voting Threats North Carolina’s African-American community has fought to overcome numerous barriers to voting over the past century—from poll taxes and literacy tests to a 2013 voter ID law that, according to a federal appeals court ruling this summer, was designed to...
Donald Trump now admits he's behind in the polls, but he's not giving up hope yet. Trump told WBT in Charlotte, North Carolina, "I think we're going to have — whether it's Brexit or beyond Brexit — I think we're going to have a Brexit situation.... Show More Summary
During the recent Supercharge Summit in Las Vegas, I had an opportunity to sit down for an interview with Internet marketing superstar, Carolina Millan. We talked about how I got into blogging, and how I took the blog from zero to $40K a month, and then from $40K to over $100K a month by adding top tier products that are […]
The protests continue.
Eric Trump has no basic understanding of Spanish, even when words are similar to English. Sad! Annie and Ceci Ardelle, two sisters in Salisbury, North Carolina, masterfully trolled Eric Trump at a rally in their hometown. The Ardelles...Show More Summary
Authorities say that the 25-year-old who pleaded guilty two years ago to killing his teen neighbor, took his own life in his North Carolina prison cell
North Carolina’s African-American community has fought to overcome numerous barriers to voting over the past century—from poll taxes and literacy tests to a 2013 voter ID law that, according to a federal appeals court ruling this summer, was designed to “target African-Americans with almost...
On Friday, Eric Trump and his wife Lara visited North Carolina to help drum up support for his dad. Annie Cardele grabbed a Sharpie and wrote the words "Latina contra Trump" (Latina against Trump) on a white T-shirt. She and her sister attended the event and the Trumps posed with them -- apparently not realizing what the word "contra" means. Show More Summary
Black churches continue to play a role in the US state's civil rights movement, marching together to voting centres.
Huge news Twilight fans! Prop Store and Summit Entertainment are having an auction of 900 set items and props for fans to purchase! Some of the 900 props and items you can bid for include Bella Swan’s Carolina Herrera-designed wedding gown (starting at $750), Edward Cullen’s bloodstained wedding suit (starting at $750), her urgent care [...]
Evidently, electioneering laws do not apply to Hillary Clinton. In a clear violation of those laws, Clinton campaigned at an early voting location in Raleigh, North Carolina on Sunday. She
Civil rights hero from 60s takes criticism as Trump backer HIGH POINT, N.C. (AP) — Clarence Henderson was hailed as a hero nearly 60 years ago when as a young black man he participated in a sit-in at a segregated North Carolina lunch...Show More Summary
Over the last year, when companies announced plans to grow their footprints in North Carolina, state leaders have presented them with an unusual gift: An oak bowl carved from wood … Click to Continue »
Authorities say a man stabbed his cousin during a church service in South Carolina because he thought the victim had put a curse on him.
Embattled North Carolina Republican Sen. Richard Burr has made an awfully questionable strategy decision for the final two weeks of this campaign: he's gluing himself to Donald Trump. "There's not a separation between me and Donald Trump. Show More Summary
Vols to get Kirkland, offensive linemen back for South Carolina
North Carolina won't have a difficult time finding motivation this season.
Marie Holmes’ lottery win has been built on a lie. The 27-year-old single mother of four won $188 million in North Carolina’s Powerball lottery in 2015. Since then, Holmes has believed that random chance led to her good fortune. ButShow More Summary