Goodell let us down with Rice suspension
The announcement from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell of a 2-game suspension of Ray Rice was met with immediate backlash on social media as fans felt the punishment was weak considering the 'crime' - and I agree.
House OKs protest petition repeal, other reforms
The House voted Wednesday night to send a package of business and government reform proposals to the Senate, including a repeal of the state's protest petition against rezoning.
The Wrap @NCCapitol (June 24, 2014)
Capitol bureau chief Laura Leslie and senior political producer Matt Burns discuss what went in on state government Tuesday, including Gov. McCrory's first veto this year, election law changes and coal ash.And then referred a couple of those. Issues seas study committee's. Like mug shots -- -- cancer yet open to public records and back home. Maintenance -- that wasn't in there but one was was private
On the Record: Republican agenda will drive legislative session
The General Assembly returns to work in Raleigh this week with an ambitious agenda including tax reform.week. And then refer to couple those. Issues seas study committee's. Like mug shots whether mug shots are yet open to public records and -- back home and get me. Me -- attitude that wasn't in there but one
State lawmakers want more time to craft mug shot law
A state House committee Tuesday significantly altered a proposed law that would have shielded misdemeanor arrest photos from public release, opting to study the issue further.
House splits regulatory reform effort into two bills
To make a wide-ranging effort to overhaul state and local regulations more palatable to skittish Republican lawmakers, a House committee split the bill up Tuesday before approving both.
Today @NCCapitol (6/24): Game of budget chicken
With a week left in the fiscal year and no new budget in sight, Gov. Pat McCrory is telling agencies to prepare for cuts. Common Core, regulatory reform and coal ash are among the items on Tuesday's legislative agenda.
Under scrutiny, mug shot publishing industry evolves
In the short, three-year history of mug shot websites, they've already shown how easy it is to evolve in novel ways. Experts say that may make legislating them into compliance problematic.
Proposals would do little to limit mug shot publications
Competing provisions in the state legislature are taking aim at mug shot that charge to remove the images, even if a person is cleared. But experts say the rules might not help.
Mug shots on WRAL.com
WRAL.com posts mug shot collections from felony arrests in Durham, Orange, Johnston and Chatham counties.