- A young boy in Carteret County is living with a rare disorder that has left him unable to speak and his family is hoping you'll be able to help them with a new van to transport him to and from his treatments.
- Gov. Pat McCrory is proposing the legislature authorize up to $3 billion in debt to pay for scores of road projects and government and campus building construction should North Carolina voters agree to borrow the amounts this fall.
- In a move to maintain patient care for people suffering with substance abuse and mental health issues, the only substance abuse center that treats residents in 38 counties in the east says they'll no longer accept Medicare or Medicaid reimbursements.
- The mother of Kenneth Morgan Stancil III, the 20-year-old accused of shooting and killing 44-year-old Ron Lane, his former supervisor at Wayne Community College says her son is "rattled and confused."
- Races for local school boards and North Carolina appellate court judgeships would move from nonpartisan to partisan in legislation backed by Republicans on a legislative committee.
- Gov. Pat McCrory has refused to sign a bill that includes funding for a commission overseeing the cleanup of coal ash dumps, noting that a three-judge panel sided with him in declaring the commission unconstitutional.
- Meeting in Greenville, the UNC Board of Governors voted to give East Carolina University the designation they need to bridge education and innovation with new business opportunities.
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