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"Don't Say Gay" Bill · Raleigh

North Carolina education bill would bar LGBTQ+ curriculum through third grade

47% Left coverage: 15 sources
The measure would bar K-3 class curriculum from addressing LGBTQ issues. The bill also would allow passing mention of a teacher or parent's same-sex relationship. The measure would broaden the rights parents already have in state and federal laws. House Speaker Tim Moore, whose chamber would receive the bill if it passes the Senate.See the Story
US & Canada · North Carolina

NC Attorney General Stein says he had a minor stroke

66% Center coverage: 12 sources
North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein had a minor stroke on Monday, he announced on Twitter. He said doctors removed a small blood clot in what he called a successful procedure. He thanked his wife for getting him to go to the hospital. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper also tweeted Tuesday saying he spoke with Stein and he's doing well.See the Story
Mars Hill · Mars Hill

Silver Alert issued for 80-year-old Kokomo woman

Coverage: 4 sources
Betty Stroup, 80, was last seen around 5 a.m. Thursday. She's believed to be in extreme danger and may need medical assistance. Stroup is described as 53 and 118 pounds with gray hair and blue eyes. She was last known to be wearing burgundy pajamas with hearts on them.See the Story
Wilmington, North Carolina · Wilmington

Former dean appointed as new UNCW chancellor

Dr. Aswani K. Volety will serve as the university’s seventh chancellor. He currently holds the position as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Elon University. He will return to the Seahawk campus as its formal leader July 1. He is taking over in the footsteps of former chancellor Jose Sartarelli.See the Story
Refugees · Raleigh

NC lottery winner to use some winnings on refugees: ‘They need a lot of help’

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — A North Carolina man who immigrated to the United States will use some of his more than $250,000 in lottery winnings to help refugees in Myanmar.North Carolina Education Lottery officials said Thursday that Ner Wah of New Bern won a Fast Play jackpot worth $267,513.“I want to help my refugee people back in Burma,” Wah said. “They need a lot of help.See the Story
App · North Carolina

98 North Carolina public school districts out of 115 use state’s ‘Say Something’ app

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
There are 98 North Carolina public school districts out of 115 total that use the state's Say Something Anonymous Reporting System. Some 144 charter schools also participate in the program. The program has received 82,000 tips, which Sandy Hook Promise said has resulted in the prevention of 60 acts of violence with a weapon.See the Story
Rockingham, North Carolina · Rockingham

Tom Campbell

The first day of class the law professor strode into the room. The first thing he did was ask for the name of a student sitting in the front row.“What’s your name?”“My name is Nelson,” replied the student.“Get out of my class and never come back,” the instructor ordered.Nelson was confused but he got up quickly, packed up his stuff and hurriedly left the classroom.See the Story
US & Canada · Gastonia

Three Suspects Charged With Sexual Exploitation Of Minor After Unrelated Investigations In Gastonia - WCCB Charlotte's CW

The Gastonia Police Department has charged three people for multiple counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. Police say the charges stem from unrelated investigations into the possession of child pornography. Investigators located several images depicting child pornography on a computer belonging to Jacob Griffin, 24, who recently moved to Gastonia from Florida.See the Story
Spindale · Spindale

Unaffiliated hopeful will be on November ballot

SPINDALE—Parker Tate will be on the ballot in November. He is seeking the District 2 Board of Education seat, and is running as an “unaffiliated” candidate.See the Story

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