Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Follow us:
News 14 Carolina is on Facebook Follow us on Twitter! RSS 



Nonprofit Co-working Space Headed to Downtown Greensboro

Spaces inside will rent for between $100-$150 a month, and organizers say it's the perfect option for a student right out of school or the young professional that's looking to start their own business but doesn't have the overhead. 9:44 PM

After a hearing in Robeson County Tuesday, a judge ordered two men originally convicted of murder in 1983 to be acquitted and released. The brothers were convicted in the rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl 31 years ago.

Updated 8:24 PM

US Senate Candidates Prepare for First Debate

Neither Republican Thom Tillis nor Democratic incumbent Kay Hagan has been able to pull away from their competitor in North Carolina's highly-contested U.S. senate race. Now, voters will get a chance to see the two candidates side by side in a televised debate on Wednesday night.

4:37 PM

$5 billion Pipeline Project Expected to Pump Natural Gas to N.C.

A multi-billion dollar underground proposal that would pipe natural gas into North Carolina may soon become a reality.  The project could create hundreds of jobs and make a big economic impact on our state, but not everyone's pumped about the pipeline project.

6:32 PM




Wake School Board Must Decide Between Families and Finances

The school board is considering changing the school calendar in order to relieve overcrowding at Mills Park Elementary and Middle Schools. Parents don't like that idea but the other option -- modular classrooms -- is very expensive. 9:32 PM ClientIP:, UserAgent: CCBot/2.0 (http://commoncrawl.org/faq/) Profile: TWCSAMLSP Data Source: nHib. Cache Key ts_staNews14_sec1_reg_94 (1bc2eb0e10f2e4693d87e63389fdffb2) hit