Celso Mireles, a recently documented immigrant, wants to build a smartphone application that would notify illegal immigrants when U.S. immigration officials conduct raids to deport those who are undocumented nearby.
The president of the N.C. Democratic Party’s Hispanic Caucus blasted Charlotte City Council in a letter Friday, saying council member’s “silence on recent ICE raids has been both deafening and painful.”
The Trump administration has enlisted senior members of the intelligence community and Congress in efforts to counter news stories about Trump associates' ties to Russia, a politically charged issue that has been under investigation by the FBI as well as lawmakers now defending the White House.
Mack Beggs is, by all appearances, a boy, but he is wrestling as a girl in the Texas state meet. Why? Because the University Interscholastic League, which oversees high school sports in Texas, says so.
Tevin Chevez Brewer, 26, is accused of forcing his way into a home early Thursday in the 800 block of Thera Drive, off West Craighead Road. Police said Brewer took cash from a man he knew in the home, hit the man in the head and forced a woman he knew to leave with him.
Virginia lawmakers have finished their work for the 2017 legislative session, a six week sprint that saw bipartisan cooperation on some issues like treating opioid addiction, but plenty of squabbles on social issues like abortion and gun issues.
Democrats are nearing the end of a long, competitive battle to choose a new national party chairman who will attempt to turn widespread opposition to President Donald Trump into more election victories.
County manager Dena Diorio defended her handling of the health department’s failure to notify 185 women of their test results for cervical cancer. She also announced additional staff and a three-pronged review of department practices.
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Mecklenburg County manager defends handling of health department problems