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US & Canada · Washington
Supreme Court overturns Roe: What happens now?
On Friday, June 24, the United States Supreme Court voted to overturn Roe v. Wade. Gov. Kay Ivey, outgoing Senator Richard Shelby and Republican nominee for Senate Katie Britt were all quick to respond to the court's historic decision. Senator Shelby claimed the 1973 decision was unconstitutional. Congressman Jerry Carl said that life is a gift from God and every life is worth protecting.See the Story
44% Center coverage: 104 sources
Department of Health confirms 1st case of monkeypox in Volusia County
Southwest District Health announced the first case of monkeypox in its jurisdiction on Friday in Canyon County. Idaho's first reported case was announced on July 6 in the Central District Health jurisdiction.Testing was performed at the Idaho Bureau of Laboratories and samples are being sent to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention for confirmation.See the Story
88% Center coverage: 16 sources
US & Canada · South Carolina
Tropical Storm Colin, 3rd named storm of season, forms off Southeast coast
Tropical Storm Colin formed off the coast of South Carolina early Saturday morning. A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for: South Santee River, South Carolina, to Duck, North Carolina. Colin is expected to dissipate over the western Atlantic on Monday. Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Bonnie is causing flash flooding and mud slides over portions of Nicaragua and Costa Rica.See the Story
70% Center coverage: 20 sources
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US & Canada
William Friend, husband of 'One Tree Hill' star Bevin Prince, struck by lightning; dead at 33
William Friend, the husband of One Tree Hill alum Bevin Prince, died after being struck by lightning. Friend was reportedly on a boat on the waters near Masonboro Island when he was struck. Civilians apparently raised the attention of Wilmington PD's Marine Unit, who responded to the accident along with the Marine Unit from the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office.See the Story
Coverage: 20 sources
Portugal · Portugal
Boat belonging to missing sailor last seen in US seven months ago washes up in Europe
A boat belonging to a North Carolina man who has been missing for over six months washed ashore in Portugal. Officials believe the boat belongs to 44-year-old Joseph Matthew Johnson. He was reported missing on Nov. 27, and no one has heard from him since Nov. 22.See the Story
75% Center coverage: 4 sources
Rouzer declares victory in North Carolina’s 7th Congressional District primary
David Rouzer declared victory in the Republican primary for Representative of the Seventh District. Rouzer issued a statement at around 9:30 p.m. claiming a victory over challenger Max Southworth-Beckwith. With 119 of 196 precincts reporting, Rouzer had a 26,896-6,675 lead in votes.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Mull voted to Carteret Board of Education, Chadwick and David Quinn new commissioners
Julia Olson-Boseman, the current chair of New Hanover County's Board of Commissioners, is out of a job. The top two vote-getters in each primary move forward to the Nov. 8 general election. incumbent Rob Zapple led the Democratic primary with 11,118 votes.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
US & Canada · Raleigh
NC governor signs bills addressing sexual assaults, alcohol
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper signs 11 bills on his desk into law. The legislation addresses sexual assault, domestic violence and alcohol sales. The signed bills were among more than three dozen that the General Assembly sent Cooper in the last two days of its work session, which ended Friday.See the Story
Salisbury, North Carolina · Salisbury
Brunswick Commissioners primary: Incumbent retains seat
Incumbent Marty Cooke has retained his District 2 seat on the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners. Cooke has held the seat, which represents the area of Brunswick County south of U.S. 17 roughly from Shallotte to N.C. 87, since 2008. Cooke said he's believes voters allowed him to retain his seat because "overall the county's running well"See the Story
For highly endangered North Atlantic right whales, offshore wind brings a lot of unknowns
North Carolina is one of the leading states with three projects planned for the Tar Heel Coast. The North Atlantic right whale's population now stands at336 individuals, down from 500 in 2010. The marine mammal, a favorite target of 19th-century whalers, is on the brink of extinction.See the Story
Wilmington has new plans to address panhandling. Here are 4 things to know.
Wilmington City Council discussed options for addressing panhandling at a meeting last month. Panhandling is considered a form of speech that's protected by the First Amendment. The city is looking to introduce a way for Wilmington's residents and visitors to give money to organizations that provide social services.See the Story