Josh Stein, North Carolina’s attorney general, announced on Tuesday that he and 40 other attorneys general had expanded their investigation into manufacturers and distributors of prescription opioids in an attempt … Click to Continu...
Motor Coach Industries has noted that Charlotte, North Carolina, is a city on the move, offering residents and visitors alike multiple public transportation options.
Criminals and bad-deed doers might soon be learning something NFL offensive players long knew: Do not — repeat, do not — mess with Charles Tillman. Tillman, the former cornerback for the Chicago Bears and Carolina Panthers, is training to become an FBI agent, according to the Chicago Tribune and ESPN. The player nicknamed Peanut by […]
North Carolina’s hog industry has been the subject of litigation, investigation, legislation and regulation. But are its health and environmental risks finally getting too much? Rene Miller pokes a lavender-frocked leg out of her front door and grimaces. Show More Summary
The first half had gone terribly wrong and, after conceding the third goal Tuesday, the George Washington Colonials marched back to the center circle to restart their NCAA non-conference match against seventh-ranked North Carolina. With halftime 79 seconds away, GW would’ve been happy getting to intermission without falling into a deeper deficit. Instead of killing […]
Back in July, after the Supreme Court stopped a special election for legislative districts in North Carolina after a finding of a racial gerrymander, and ordered a three-judge court to reconsider the issue, the three-judge court on remand decided to … Continue reading ?
The South Carolina high-schoolers have since been reprimanded.
By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam Matthews, North Carolina-native, Providence High School senior, USA Swimming Scholastic All-American, SwimMAC Carolina lifer, and budding artist Teddy Perelli has... Read the full story on SwimSwam: SwimMAC’s Teddy Perelli Hands Verbal Commitment to Penn State Nittany Lions
A retooled state panel responsible for regulating North Carolina's potential fracking industry won't meet this week for the first time after all, avoiding possible legal showdowns involving Gov. Roy Cooper's … Click to Continue »
Before the first car even rolls off the assembly line of a new production plant just outside Charleston, South Carolina, Volvo is expanding plans for the plant.
Stemming South Carolina's growing teacher shortage will require persuading teachers not to leave the profession, education officials told a Senate panel Tuesday. More than 6,000 public school teachers didn't return … Click to Contin...
A North Carolina city council has temporarily ended the practice of opening its meetings with a prayer. Local media sources report Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts told the audience at Monday's … Click to Continue »
A divided North Carolina appeals court says a clean-energy advocacy group can't install solar panels on a church roof and charge for the electricity generated. The state Court of Appeals … Click to Continue »
Volvo continues to look forward to real U.S. sales recovery, meeting the goal of record U.S. sales volume by 2020, and a fourth consecutive year of record global sales. To get there, Volvo is already altering plans at the Charleston, South Carolina, assembly plant where construction is already in full swing. Show More Summary
Jose has been a named storm for nearly two weeks now as it continues to slowly move northward off the U.S. East Coast east of the Outer Banks of North Carolina. NASA's GPM satellite and NOAA's GOES East satellites have provided a look at the rainfall and movement of this long-lived storm.
An image purportedly showing a 30-foot wave crashing down on Jennette's Pier in North Carolina is a digital creation.
South Carolina plant will add another 2,500 workers to the 2,000 already being recruited. Continue reading Volvo reportedly doubling U.S. plant expansion, investing $1B Volvo reportedly doubling U.S. plant expansion, investing $1B originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 19 Sep 2017 13:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
It left a 10-year-old black boy in tears.
A fifth-grade South Carolina teacher is on administrative leave after asking students to visualize themselves as KKK members and then ponder the justifications of their treatment toward African Americans. A man who identified himself as an uncle of one of the students posted the assignment to Facebook on Thursday, according to USA Today. Show More Summary
A North Carolina couple travelled to Cincinnati to deliver a set of conjoined twins earlier this month.