Today is Eagle Move-In Day at NCCU. The Move-In Day tradition welcomes first-time and transfer students and kicks off a series of student-focused events known as Eagle Mania.
A Zebulon pharmaceutical plant could resume operation in the next few day. GSK shut down its plant afer the bacteria that causes legionnaires disease was found in its cooling tower.
State lawmakers agree to another budget extension. The new deadline will be August 31st, two months into the fiscal year.
The House and Senate have not agreed on funding levels on teacher assistants.
Counterfeit one-hundred dollar bills are circulating in the area. To protect yourself from getting counterfeit money, buy a counterfeit pen that will detect whether the money is real. A real bill will leave a yellowish to clear mark, if it’s fake it will leave a dark mark.
Trump will scrap with #BlackLivesMatter protesters if they snatch his mic.
President Jimmy Carter reveals that he has cancer that has spread to other parts of his body.
Taraji P. Henson dishes on Empire and her “Dream Man” in the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
Three new Cosby accusers push the list to near-50.