The U.S. Geological Survey said a 2.6-magnitude earthquake occurred in western North Carolina Tuesday morning near Hot Springs, northwest of Asheville. The report on the earthquake on the USGS site said it occurred 6.1 kilometers (3.7 miles) beneath the surface. The Citizen-Times reported the temblor could be felt in downtown Asheville, but no damage was reported.
FORT BERTHOLD, N.D. – When the U.S. oil boom hit North Dakota a decade ago, wells sprang up quickly on the edges of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, an expanse of prairie and rolling hills […]
RALEIGH, N.C. On Wednesday Senate Leader Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) announced the final set of appointments to Senate standing committees on appropriations. The General Assembly is due to reconvene on January 25 for the long […]
NEW YORK – President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign is leaking an early list of potential appointments to top positions and potential cabinet members.Jeff Sessions, an Alabama senator who was one of Trump’s most fervent supporters in […]