The North Carolina Court of Appeals is rejecting arguments by a for-profit company and a nonprofit group seeking taxpayer money to operate a school that offers online-only classes to public school students.
A Dillon woman has been sentenced to five years’ probation for Social Security fraud.
Two Asheville Tourists baseball players are accused of raping a woman at their apartment.
An Irmo man accused of killing his wife and a man owed $20,000 by his sports betting ring is invoking South Carolina’s “stand your ground” self-defense law.
A man and wife charged in the death of a Kinston woman whose dismembered body was found in Texas will be tried together.
Two people have been convicted of killing a Spartanburg man last year to take his gold dental work and other items.
Court appearances are being postponed for a pair of North Carolina men charged with stabbing to death a Good Samaritan who turned around his car to help out at a traffic accident.
Everyone wants a workout that allows ease of scheduling, and tennis provides exactly that for a solid portion of Charlotte’s athletes. Local organizations offer match making for tennis players, recreational leagues such as the Charlotte Tennis Association provide a great outlet for players of all ages, and clay and hard courts throughout the city keep everyone active. It’s easy to find the courts that are free, well lit or open late, but start with the city’s best for the little extras every player loves.
In the hopes of helping those performing their civic jury duties cope with the sometimes brutal realities of the cases they decide, the state has developed a program to help jurors cope after the final gavel bang.
The case of a teenager who had to untuck her shirt and pull out her bra with her thumb as part of a search for pills at an alternative school in North Carolina is headed to the state Supreme Court.