Print Editions

  • Volume 25, Number 12 – December 2016

    On the cover • Experts seek to avert future election chaos • Council of State flips to Republican control   North Carolina • Analysts: Cooper would have little leverage with NCGA, Page 2 • NCGA may fund schools based on number of students, Page 3 • Morgan win could shift…

  • Volume 25, Number 11, November 2016

    On the cover • Lawsuit challenges A.G.’s hog waste ‘slush fund’ • Some bands use ribbons, not kneeling, to protest   North Carolina • Woodruff: Both parties have some healing to do, Page 2 • Economist: Those under 50 will pay debts of elders, Page 3 • Study: States with…

  • Volume 25, Issue 10 – October 2016

    On the cover • Experts: N.C. to remain battleground to the end • Many NCGA races, uncontested, already decided   North Carolina • Lt. gov. race a rematch: Forest and Coleman, Page 2 • G’boro businessman unlikely to regain seized assets, Page 3 • State initiates pilot program to address…

  • Volume 25, Issue 9 – September 2016

    On the cover • CSX to get $700k subsidy for every job created • Charter advisory board ‘frustrated’ with process   North Carolina • Council of State divided over outside employment, Page 2 • Nonprofit restaurant seeks to help homeless women, Page 3 • Critics: State retirement fund underfunded and…

  • Volume 25, Issue 8 – August 2016

    On the cover • Climate alarmists target JLF, others • Experts call activists’ ‘Web of Denial’ an attack on free speech • Feds: Energy tax credit recipients confidential   North Carolina • NCGA short session saw tax cuts, added savings, Page 2 • Legislators left some business unfinished in short…

  • Volume 25, Issue 7 – July 2016

    On the cover • CSX continues search for rail terminal site • ‘Revenuers’ concern for N.C. distillery owners   North Carolina • Couple pleads guilty in IRS refund fraud case, Page 2 • CON mandate ended for new mental health facilities, Page 3 • A.G. Cooper’s refusal to…

  • Volume 25, Issue 6 – June 2016

    On the cover • Big business rakes in renewable tax credits • Top GOP condemns Obama’s bathroom edict   North Carolina • House budget directs Dix funds to rural hospitals, Page 2 • Treasurer wants to put more pension funds in real estate, Page 3 • DHHS faces…

  • Volume 25, Issue 5 – May 2016

    On the cover • State-owned railroad won’t share records • N.C.’s Syrian refugees still cannot be traced   North Carolina • United Healthcare withdrawal called ominous, Page 2 • Election official: Overturning required voter ID may be tough, Page 3 • N.C. congressional candidates: Should we be campaigning?, Page 4…

  • Volume 25, Issue 4 – April 2016

    Cover • Randolph megasite not ready for prime time • State Bar fights complaint involving Cooper   North Carolina • McCrory-Cooper battle set for November election, Page 2 • Officials: Voter ID law did not cause long wait at polls, Page 3 • Experts: Anonymous speech was essential to nation’s…

  • Volume 25, Number 3 — March 2016

    Cover • N.C. Railroad gives millions to megasite project • High court ruling puts N.C. in political scramble   North Carolina • Craft brewers want more freedom to distribute, Page 2 • Sen. Berger bristles at diversion of education reading funds, Page 3 • Doctor finds concierge practice gives him…