Print Editions

  • Volume 23, Number 9 – September 2014

    Cover • NCGA protest rulings could ripple downward • New Hanover board: AP History course biased North Carolina • McCrory to feds: Send N.C. no more illegal minors, Page 2 • Audit: State still lagging with NCTracks Medicaid IT system, Page 3 • JLF report: Here are…

  • Volume 23, Number 8 – August 2014

    Cover • McCrory signs bill repealing Common Core • Elections board looking at Wray spending North Carolina • General Assembly to hold special Medicaid session, Page 2 • Walker over Berger in 6th Congressional District GOP runoff, Page 3 • Report: N.C. pension may be underfunded, Page 4…

  • Volume 23, Number 7 – July 2014

    Cover • Senior Democrat owes thousands in taxes • Salisbury sewer fees prop up broadband North Carolina • Critics question agency’s cost-cutting abilities, Page 2 • Taxpayers could be on hook if SEANC wins whistleblower suit, Page 3 • House bill targets ‘pension spiking’ practice, Page 4…

  • Volume 23, Number 6 – June 2014

    Cover • Another Parton-connected project in trouble North Carolina • Democrats still pushing for Medicaid expansion, Page 2 • SEANC asks SEC to investigate state pension fee ‘violations,’ Page 3 • Statewide political campaigns not getting more expensive, Page 4 • Tillis vs. Hagan showdown headlines races…

  • Volume 23, Number 5 – May 2014

    Cover • Illegals get jail time in IRS tax fraud scheme • General Assembly staff rips film credit study North Carolina • Expert: Renewables add billions to energy prices, Page 2 • Insurance mandate in NCGA could pile more costs on employees, Page 3 • Lawmakers enhance…

  • Volume 23, Number 4 – April 2014

    Cover • Impact of film industry on N.C. jobs unclear • State Bar reverses course on campaign signs North Carolina • Doctors: Red tape, regulations costing millions, Page 2 • Catawbas say they’ll seek land for casinos in both Carolinas, Page 3 • Critics call Medicaid reform ‘HMOs on…

  • Volume 23, Number 3 – March 2014

    Cover • Tax fraud season has arrived • Tax preparer says Mexicans recruited in tax fraud scheme • Voucher advocates say they’ll continue fight North Carolina • Analysts: Most N.C. races noncompetitive in ’14, Page 2 • Coastal wind farm project alive despite loss at local level,…

  • Volume 23, Number 2 – February 2014

    Cover • Renewable energy price tag: $100 million • Is there something in the water in Indian Trail? North Carolina • Duke Energy: Poor subsidizing rich’s solar panels, Page 2 • Catawba Nation’s bid for off-reservation has precedent, Page 3 • Governor outlines goals for second year…

  • Volume 23, Number 1 – January 2014

    Cover • National average goal unique to education pay • Stolen identity refund fraud continues in N.C. North Carolina • Both sides of O’Care debate court millennials, Page 2 • April trial date set for 13-year-old suit against attorney general, Page 3 • Murky legal language could…

  • Volume 22, Number 12 – December 2013

    Cover • AG uses personal insurance for legal bills • Local entities confront Obamacare mandates North Carolina • Butterfield staff eschews switch to Obamacare, Page 2 • Lawmakers consider legislation REINing in bureaucrat regulators, Page 3 • Analysts: Local issues dominated Nov. elections, Page 4 • State…