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Supreme Court Rules Trump Cannot Block Release of Financial Records
Protesters camp outside Fayetteville Market House, make demands from city, police
Ivy League suspends fall sports due to coronavirus pandemic
Early COVID-19 testing numbers low for NC State
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Claiming retaliation, 4 former St. Aug's employees file wrongful termination suit
— Four former high-ranking employees at St. Augustine's University in Raleigh have filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the school, targeting members of the Board of Trustees and the current interim president. Among the plaintiffs is legendary track coach George Williams and former Interim President, Gaddis Faulcon. The plaintiffs claim they were retaliated against for raising concerns about how the school was being run.
Tonight on TV, see what the future of sports could look like in NC. Only on WRAL-TV at 6.
— From the court to the field, we ask the experts: What’s the safest way to get back to the games? See what the future of North Carolina sports could look like, Only on WRAL Investigates, tonight at 6.
Published: 2014-08-31 07:22:46
Updated: 2014-08-31 07:22:46
Posted August 31, 2014 7:22 a.m. EDT