An Asian-owned convenience store in Charlotte, North Carolina, has been trashed by a man who wielded a metal post and yelled racial slurs, according to police and a son of the store's owners. (April 3)
SpaceX launches the Starship SN11 prototype on a test flight on March 30, 2021. The camera feed from the spacecraft was lost at 5 minutes and 49 seconds. SpaceX's John L. Insprucker said "Starship 11 is not coming back, do not wait for the landing," during the webcast.-- Full Story: https://…
Beth Provost & Danielle Abraham from BackPack Friends on Coastal Daybreak talk about thier Carteret County-based fitness-and-faith group recently donating more than $13,000 to a group that helps feed 650 students each week in 18 schools across four counties, including Carteret.
This Carteret County Shore Protection Office drone video shows the scale of the ongoing beach nourishment project in Atlantic Beach. (Carteret County Shore Protection Office video)
N.C. Coastal Federation Executive Director Todd Miller talks about the next steps going forward with the federation’s statewide action plan for nature-based stormwater management during a March 3 online press conference. (NCCF video)
Pew Charitable Trusts flood-prepared communities officer Yaron Miller talks about the need for the N.C. Coastal Federation’s statewide action plan for nature-based stormwater management and gives an overview of the plan during a March 3 online press conference. (NCCF video)
Salisbury Police Chief Jerry Stokes addressed the department’s K-9 policy Tuesday after a video surfaced showing questionable actions taken against a police dog.
Parent Christine Hanks of Bogue discusses remote learning and her lobbying to have Gov. Roy Cooper sign Senate Bill 37, which passed the House and Senate last week and would allow all students to return to classrooms full time
After a year of pandemic lockdowns, economic woes and political strife, the Smash RX “rage room” just outside of Los Angeles has found a steady stream of new customers looking to shed some stress by beating the heck out of things. (Feb. 11)
A lawyer accidentally used a cat-themed video filter during a virtual court session in the 394th district of Texas. He was briefly unable to turn the filter off and required technical assistance.