$500 Million Opium Poppy Field Accidentally Found in North Carolina

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Supreme Court’s North Carolina Congressional Districts Ruling Could Mean Trouble for Similar Texas Cases

AP WASHINGTON — In striking down North Carolina’s congressional district map, the Supreme Court sent Texas a firm warning Monday about how the state’s case may fare if it reaches that stage. The 5-3 North Carolina ruling affirmed a previous district court decision, which found that Republican state legislators there had “packed” black voters into Read more about Supreme Court’s North Carolina Congressional Districts Ruling Could Mean Trouble for Similar Texas Cases[…]

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North Carolina’s U.S. Senator Tillis Collapses at Charitable Race: AP

Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) questions Supreme Court nominee judge Neil Gorsuch during his Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., in this file photo dated March 21, 2017. United States Senator Thom Tillis of North Carolina collapsed while competing in a three-mile charitable race in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday morning, the Read more about North Carolina’s U.S. Senator Tillis Collapses at Charitable Race: AP[…]

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Cooper Optimistic About Many More Corporate Expansions into Nc

Sealed Air has officially moved to Charlotte, marking the city’s largest corporate relocation in history. The manufacturer, perhaps best known as the maker of Bubble Wrap and other packaging materials, on Wednesday held a ribbon-cutting of its new corporate headquarters off Tyvola Road. For North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper, the event marked the first of Read more about Cooper Optimistic About Many More Corporate Expansions into Nc[…]

For-Profit Charlotte Law School is Subject of North Carolina Inquiry

As it battles to stay open, Charlotte School of Law is blaming its problems on the federal government, the law school accreditation body and disgruntled former students who have sued the school. Now, the for-profit school in North Carolina faces a fresh challenge in the form of a civil investigation opened by the state attorney Read more about For-Profit Charlotte Law School is Subject of North Carolina Inquiry[…]

For Gamecocks Under Will Muschamp, Charlotte and North Carolina Are ‘Critical’ to Recruiting Efforts

CHARLOTTE — When head coach Will Muschamp arrived at South Carolina, the Gamecocks’ football program had just one player from the city of Charlotte — and he was born in Charleston. Linebacker Larenz Bryant, whose injury-plagued career ended in graduation last year, had been USC’s lone representative from the Queen City proper. The Gamecocks will Read more about For Gamecocks Under Will Muschamp, Charlotte and North Carolina Are ‘Critical’ to Recruiting Efforts[…]

As Complaints Pile Up, North Carolina Rethinks Public-Private Road Project

CORNELIUS, N. C.—When North Carolina brought in a private operator to add toll lanes to a 26-mile stretch of highway north of Charlotte, its goal was to reduce congestion and build a road the state couldn’t otherwise afford. The hope was that the state’s first public-private partnership for roads would be a model of efficiency Read more about As Complaints Pile Up, North Carolina Rethinks Public-Private Road Project[…]