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A mom is outraged that her daughter was able to check out a book titled Redneck Night Before Christmas from her Rowan County elementary schools library.
A Rowan County parent was disappointed that her daughter was able to check out a book called 'Redneck Night Before Christmas' that contained imagery of Confederate flags from her school's library.
The North Carolina chapter of the Sons of Confederate Veterans is suing the state over the decision to stop issuing or renewing license plates bearing the Confederate battle flag.
The state Division of Motor Vehicles says it won't issue or renew any more license plates depicting the Confederate flag.
Travis Fain, WRAL statehouse reporter
A Wake Forest community is feeling outraged and shocked after a man posted a Nazi flag above a 'Biden Harris' campaign sign on a tree for everyone to see.
Kirsten Gutiérrez, WRAL reporter
Despite the outrage, police say they can't remove the flag, because it's posted on private property.
People who live or drive near the intersection Old Falls of Neuse Road and River Hill Drive alerted WRAL News to the offensive display on Wednesday. By Thursday at noon, man, who did not stop to give his name, pulled up in a truck, yanked down the Nazi flag and replaced it with an American flag.
Kasey Cunningham and Kirsten Gutiérrez, WRAL reporters
A giant Confederate flag that had been removed from its 90-foot pole off of southbound Interstate 95 has been replaced with another one.
Myron B. Pitts, The Fayetteville Observer
Along I-40 in Hildebran, two large Confederate flags have been replaced with American and Christian flags.
Bryan Mims, WRAL reporter
A Michigan bed & breakfast has taken down their Norwegian flag after it was repeatedly confused for a Confederate flag.
A Black Lives Matter billboard was put up alongside a Confederate flag overlooking an NC roadway in Pittsboro.
A giant Black Lives Matter billboard has gone up alongside a large Confederate flag alongside a highway in Pittsboro.
Leslie Moreno, WRAL multimedia journalist
NASCAR has banned it. Mississippi is removing it from the state flag. But the banner is still woven into the Southern landscape.
Bryan Mims, WRAL reporter
The Confederate flag remains part of our social landscape. WRAL's Bryan Mims reports how the flag has the power to inspire and infuriate.
A pro-confederate protester has been charged with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury after a video of a violent clash surfaced from a demonstration in Pittsboro.
A protest in downtown Pittsboro turned violent on Thursday as pro-Confederate protesters and anti-Confederate counter-protesters demonstrated for their support or opposition to a Confederate monument in the town.
Sarah Krueger, WRAL reporter
Monday, June 15, 2020 -- Capitol Broadcasting Company's editorial cartoonist.
NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace held a Zoom call on Friday after influencing NASCAR to prohibit the confederate flag from its recent events.
WRAL sports anchor Chris Lea spoke with Mandy Mitchell about NASCAR's decision to prohibit the confederate flag from its events.
WRAL News is hearing from more big names in NASCAR about the organization's decision to ban Confederate flags at races. The move came days after the Cup Series' only black driver, Bubba Wallace, called for the ban. He and his fellow drivers shared their thoughts on NASCAR's decision to follow through.
US Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy and Secretary of Defense Mark Esper are said to be open to holding a "bipartisan conversation" about renaming nearly a dozen major bases and installations that bear the names of Confederate military commanders, according to an Army official.
By Barbara Starr and Paul LeBlanc, CNN
Labeled by some as a group of white supremacists and racists, the Sons of Confederate veterans says it is neither.
About 100 people marched in the cold Saturday afternoon in Brier Creek to protest an annual meeting of the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Monday, Feb. 24, 2020 -- Capitol Broadcasting Company's editorial cartoonist.
A group of angry protesters gathered at a polling site waving Confederate flags, shouting slurs and cheering for Trump. They were protesting an educational event about the Civil War and monuments.
Heather Leah, WRAL digital journalist