The tourism industry argues that a more flexible school calendar for schools may negatively impact North Carolina citizens.
House Bill 146 would be effective as of Jan. 1, 2020, when the wage would increase from $7.25 an hour to $8.80 an hour. The wage would then increase yearly until it reaches $15 in 2024.
The project will be a 190 unit retirement apartment development on just under 16 acres of area.
Approximately 200 people were arrested in North Carolina last week during raids by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The N.C. Department of Motor Vehicles has adopted a new policy making it easier for transgender people to have their gender identity represented on their driver's licenses.
The NCDOT was forced back to the drawing board when it was discovered that their work on the interchange on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard would be forcing residents out of their homes.
The CHCCS is one of eight districts to have passed a resolution demanding greater local control over academic calendars, as the current one-size-fits-all mandate is too strict and inflexible.
The Ronald McDonald House has been a saving grace for several families who have been displaced by their child's illness or injury, and students at UNC are eager to support it by volunteering.
With the ongoing government shutdown, Rep. David Price is introducing a bill to reopen the DOT and HUD.