Print Editions

  • Volume 28, Number 4 – April 2019

    On the cover • Who’s the boss? UNC System turmoil and unclear accountability   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2-3 • Lawmakers introduce omnibus health insurance bill, Page 4 • Cooper staff recruited large coalition to sell public on ACP, pipeline fund, Page 5 • Craft beer distribution compromise cheers…

  • Volume 28, Number 3 – March 2019

    On the cover • A cloudy state of transparency: In North Carolina, shifting whims of government officials limit access to public records   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2-5 • Collins’ decision on amendments called unusual, dubious, ‘sticky,’ Page 6 • Second redistricting reform bill emphasizes rules and transparency, Page…

  • Volume 28, Number 2 – February 2019

    On the cover • Multiple choices: Nontraditional colleges and learning methods raise expectations for people willing to explore News • Celebrating National School Choice Week, Page 2 • Quick Takes, Page 3 • With Martin’s departure, Cooper likely to move Supreme Court further left, Page 4 • Silent Sam discussions…

  • Volume 28, Number 1 – January 2019

    On the cover • N.C. General Assembly: Inching toward the finish   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2-5 • 9th District remains in limbo as investigation into voter fraud continues, Page 6 • What to do about Silent Sam?, Page 7 • Voter ID: Where are we now?, Page 8…

  • Volume 27, Number 12 – December 2018

    On the cover • Ballot battles   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2-6 • Experts weigh in on election, reshaped General Assembly, Page 7 • North Carolina Republicans may hold all House seats despite Democratic gains nationwide, Page 8 • Constitutional amendments, Page 9 • For N.C. Supreme Court, Court…

  • Volume 27, Number 11 – November 2018

    On the cover • Spellings: Come and gone — UNC System president resigns (continued Pages 8-9)   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2 – 7 • Playing with public money?, Page 10 • Looking to land auto plant, state pushed not-ready-for-primetime megabyte, Page 12 • Polls: Opinions on post-Florence policy…

  • Volume 27, Number 10 – October 2018

    On the cover • Storm surge: North Carolina still dealing with Hurricane Matthew as Florence strikes (continued on Pages 7 – 13)   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2 -6 • Governor changes regulations during Florence; are they needed during normal times?, Page 7 • State elections board stepping in…

  • Volume 27, Number 9 – September 2018

    On the cover • Forgetting our ABCs (continued on Pages 8-13)   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2-5 • Regulations, provider shortages keep addicts from getting treatment, Page 6 • Wilson among smaller cities considering micro transit, Page 6 • STOP and HOPE acts shut down pills mills while leaving…

  • Volume 27, Number 8 – August 2018

    On the cover • Roanoke Rapids finally unloads former Randy Parton Theatre • RNC picks Charlotte, but will it be an economic bonanza?   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2 – 6 • BOG member says he was recommended for job at WCU, Page 7 • Party disclosure bill could…

  • Volume 27, Number 7 – July 2018

    On the cover • All secure • Lobbyists, reporters say new security measures hurt ability to do their jobs   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2 and 3 • Farmers about the feel the crunch of retaliatory tariffs, Page 4 • Last-minute shenanigans mark end of 2018 legislative short session,…