North Carolina reported a record 6,438 COVID-19 cases on Sunday. The grim report prompted Gov. Cooper to tweet out, “Our actions right now are life or death,” as his existing Coronavirus restrictions are set to expire this week.

North Carolina State University professor De-Yu Xie is taking a closer look the DNA structure COVID-19 and how plants can effect progression of the virus. Xie and his team believes the chemical compounds of certain foods can bind to or block a specific Coronavirus enzyme.

Bob Durkin knows first-hand the struggles faced by the Coronavirus pandemic. As a prominent Charlotte business owner, he is faced with decisions that affect thousands of people work for him in the Queen's city. It hasn't been an easy process, but Durkin continue to manage through this difficult time. 

Authorities with the Durham County Sheriff's office are looking for Jerry Lamont Harris Jr., a 26-year-old African-American male suspected in the shooting of an off-duty Durham County deputy near Wake Forest Highway and Mineral Springs Road on Oct. 22. 

A North Carolina man is demanding a $2.5 million refund of a political donation to a pro-Trump PAC, citing “empty promises” in a new lawsuit filed in court last week. Fred Eshelman, a Willington businessman, donated the money to True the Vote, Inc. and is asking for all of it to be returned after the group’s efforts failed to prove fraud in the 2020 presidential election. Newsweek reported Eshelman wired the Houston-based organization $2 million on Nov. 5 and then sent the remaining $500,000 the following week.


Police say two gunmen shot 14 people and killed one in a drive-by-shooting outside a nightclub in Aiken, South Carolina early Saturday morning. Witnesses told deputies that three people drove up to the club in a light-colored Chevy Tahoe and opened fire with what appeared to be a handgun and a rifle, the sheriff’s office […]

Three more people have died as a result of a COVID-19 outbreak linked to a Charlotte, North Carolina church, according to a report by health officials on Thursday. The Charlotte Observer reports a total of 12 people have died from the outbreak tied to a 1,000-person gathering in October at the United House of Prayer for All People.

According to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, the state hit a record high of 1,966 coronavirus hospitalizations with a tally of 364,312 cases throughout the state. To date, NCDHHS reports 5,295,290 coronavirus tests completed.

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper issued a new round of coronavirus restrictions this week, asking residents to wear a face-covering at home or in their cars if they’re around guests.

It’s rare for a cold case to have a new development, but justice may finally be coming for a North Carolina woman after 28 years. A suspect in her 1992 rape was found and arrested, Fayetteville police said on Monday. Roy Junior Proctor, 46, is one of three men responsible and two other suspects are […]