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NCSU settles legal disagreement with former Poe Hall student, worker

North Carolina State University and a former grad student and employee have resolved a court dispute involving the Poe Hall shutdown, according to a court filing Friday at the state Supreme Court. NCSU is asking the state’s highest court to lift a stay in the case. That action would allow a trial judge to consider throwing out a complaint pitting Darren Masier against the school.

CJ Staff

‘God spared Trump’s life,’ prominent NC speakers declare at RNC

Asked if he intends to campaign with Trump in the coming months, Graham told the Carolina Journal that his work is spiritual—not political. He said he's an independent who believes it's important to encourage believers to be involved in the political process and stand for Biblical principles and values.

Brianna Kraemer

5 NC cities among best places in US for renters

In a new report conducted by the rental company RentCafe, Chapel Hill, Charlotte, Raleigh, Wilmington, and Durham rank among the best places in the county for renters to live based on factors including the cost of living, the local economy, and quality of life. 

Brianna Kraemer

Slides labeling Pro-Life groups terrorists used for 7 years at Fort Liberty

Training slides labeling Pro-Life Americans as terrorists have been used for at least seven years for terrorism training at Fort Liberty (formerly known as Fort Bragg), according to a letter that North Carolina Republican US Senator Ted Budd received from the US Army.

Theresa Opeka





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Races for President, Governor Are Tightening in North Carolina

RALEIGH – Ballot-wide, Republican candidates in North Carolina are seeing a squeeze this month, as the party’s leads are narrowing across the board. A plurality of likely North Carolina voters (43.4%) said they intend to vote for Former President Donald Trump, and 39% said they intend to vote for sitting President Joe Biden – a...

NC Voters Favor Trump, Robinson in General Election

RALEIGH – Once again, voters will find themselves choosing between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump to take the White House in November. While the winners of this month’s primaries include many familiar faces, they also included some surprising upsets by political newcomers. This month’s Carolina Journal poll went in the field promptly...

Support for School Choice a ‘Call to Action’ in North Carolina

Raleigh – North Carolinians overwhelmingly support school choice, according to the latest Carolina Journal Poll. The survey of 600 likely North Carolina voters found majority support for Education Savings Accounts (ESAs), charter schools, private-school vouchers, and ‘backpack funding.’ A plurality of voters (48%) said they were unhappy with the quality of education students receive at...


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UNC-Chapel Hill fraternity brothers recognized at RNC convention

The UNC-Chapel Hill fraternity brothers, who became famous for holding up and protecting the American flag after pro-Palestinian protestors took it down during a protest on campus in April, were spotlighted Wednesday night at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Theresa Opeka

Biden rallies with Stein in Raleigh hours after alarming debate with Trump

A much more energetic President Joe Biden greeted his supporters at a rally in Raleigh Friday afternoon after what both sides of the aisle is calling a disastrous performance in a debate against former President Donald Trump Thursday night.

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