Jul. 26—In 2018, Lexington Tourism Authority Director Robin Bivens was in Dublin, Ireland, on a personal vacation when she learned just how far the reputation of her small hometown and its unique barbecue had spread. Sitting in the lobby of her hotel, she struck up a conversation with their tour guide. He asked Bivens what she did for a living and where she lived. When "Lexington, N.C.," ...
A video posted Saturday to TikTok shows a deputy in Burke County holding a man with the crook of his elbow pressed against the man’s neck. The man appears to go limp and the deputy lowers him to the ground before the recording ends.
If this bill passes, 12- to 17-year-olds in North Carolina would need a parent's consent to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Sen. Joyce Krawiec said it is prompted in part by the state's vaccine-related scholarship contests.
The resolution sets out a 10-point plan that includes the implementation of new laws and policies; public outreach; partnerships with community groups; and anti-racism training for city officials and employees.