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Registering Ex-Felons to Vote

04/11/08
Although some states still ban ex-felons from voting, here in North Carolina, they've been able to vote fairly easily since the early 1970s ...

NC Voter Registration Up

04/10/08
Over the last few weeks, political and non-partisan volunteers in North Carolina have pounded the pavement from one end of the state to the ...

Native Americans Call for Shock Jock's Firing

04/10/08
Comments about American Indians on a popular triangle area radio program has some listeners up in arms. They're charging racism, sexism, ...

Kasper the Friendly Cook

04/09/08
Food and drink have always been something that brings people together. That's a big part of what drives Lynne Rosetto Kasper. She's the ...

Former State Lawmaker in Jail

04/08/08
A Wake County jury has convicted former state lawmaker Thomas Wright on three felony counts of fraud. Laura Leslie reports.

Jury is out on Thomas Wright

04/07/08
A Wake County jury will resume deliberations this morning in the criminal trial of former state Representative Thomas Wright. Laura Leslie ...

Elephants at the Zoo

04/04/08
The North Carolina zoo in Asheboro is opening a new elephant exhibit this weekend. Dave DeWitt reports.

Tar Heels in Final Four

04/04/08
The North Carolina tar heels are in the Final Four of the NCAA men's basketball tournament. Tomorrow night - Carolina takes on Kansas ...

New Health Initiative

04/03/08
Health care leaders are starting a new initiative to cooperate on five costly conditions.

NC Man Freed from Death Row

04/03/08
A man who spent nearly 15 years on death row woke up a free man this morning. Yasmeen Khan has the story.

NC National Guardsmen Laid to Rest

04/02/08
A North Carolina National Guardsmen killed in Iraq 10 days ago will be buried today in Tarboro. Jenny Gold reports.