Wilson Times

Wilson Times

The standard objection, a familiar talking point recited so often it’s become a cliché, goes something like this: “Releasing the video may harm an ongoing investigation.”

Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey wants drivers’ hands on the steering wheel, not on their smartphones.

Before they vote to make online impersonation a crime, state senators should chew the fat with Jim Ardis.

Some North Carolina lawmakers want public activism at government meetings to be a high-stakes affair with the threat of arrest hanging in the balance. 

North Carolina’s newest law enforcers won’t be sworn to protect and serve. They’ll be unarmed, and instead of badges, their uniforms will feature name tags from supermarkets, fast-food restaurants and big-box stores. 

Along with public health, the COVID-19 pandemic is testing government transparency in North Carolina. 

In the age of COVID-19, is pushing a shopping cart really safer than holding a hymnal? 

State officials are withholding vital public health information from residents, leaving us in the dark on COVID-19 outbreaks at food processing plants. 

With one unnecessary arrest and one tone-deaf tweet, police placed North Carolina smack dab in the middle of a national COVID-19 controversy.  

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