- New North Carolina laws are aimed at cracking down on revenge porn, keeping children safe from the liquid used in electronic cigarettes and regulating automatic license plate readers.
- State troopers suing North Carolina for millions of dollars in back pay say the state's broken promises have forced them into tough spots. It's not unusual for a trooper to have a second job and some are even on food stamps.
- Inmates at Pamlico Correctional Institution in Bayboro have raised and donated funds to Communities in Schools of Pamlico County, which will provide Thanksgiving dinner for six needy local families.
- It's a week to celebrate with family and friends, but the Thanksgiving holiday is also one many look forward to for shopping and great deals. Read this story for the scoop on Black Friday deals with links to store ads.
- After a conference call with the White House late Tuesday evening, Governor Pat McCrory and local representatives are still uneasy about allowing Syrian refugees into North Carolina, especially in light of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.
- Governor Pat McCrory has proclaimed Nov. 15 as America Recycles Day in North Carolina and is encouraging people to recycle and reuse materials to save money, conserve resources and protect the environment.
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