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KANNAPOLIS, N.C. (WBTV) - US Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson visited Kannapolis and Concord on Thursday. US Representative Richard Hudson (R-08) hosted the visit.
Residents who live near the Chemours plant south of Fayetteville that has been discharging a potential carcinogen into the water supply for years could know by mid-winter of the possible health threat, officials said Tuesday.
The secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy visited Fort Bragg and Fayetteville Technical Community College on Tuesday to discuss energy issues for the military and Duke Energy's efforts to hire veterans as electrical utility linemen.
APEX, N.C. — Vice President Mike Pence and U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos traveled to the Triangle on Wednesday in a push to encourage more K-12 schools to reopen with entirely in-person instruction.
Earlier this month, I was honored to be asked to speak at the local memorial service for George Floyd. His horrific and tragic killing by a Minneapolis police officer has not only shaken the nation, but has had a direct and personal impact on our own community. George Floyd was our neighbor — he was born right here in Fayetteville and members of his family still live here.
A North Carolina congressman is seeking bipartisan support for a police reform bill he hopes will honor the memory of George Floyd while supporting proper law enforcement efforts.
Rep. Richard Hudson, a Republican who represents the state’s 8th District, released a “discussion draft” of what he’s calling the George Floyd Justice Act.
Truck drivers have started to become concerned about their safety – and the vulnerability of their cargo – throughout the coronavirus pandemic and recent protests, renewing calls among Second Amendment proponents to allow them to carry licensed firearms.
A bill introduced to Congress in April could benefit military families, including those with special needs, one of the bill’s cosponsors said.
House Resolution 6489 was introduced to the House on April 10 and referred to the House Committee on Armed Services the same day to “improve military family readiness.”
CONCORD, N.C. (WBTV) - According to a press release from Representative Richard Hudson (NC-08), 100,000 face masks have been obtained for the 8th District to help respond to COVID-19.