Week Of High Expectations Stumbles To New Lows For Team Trump

This was to have been the week when President Trump turned his fledgling presidency around, setting a course for success and letting the wind fill its sails at last. Instead, it became his worst week to date, ending with the ship becalmed and its crew in disarray. After other controversies had spoiled the weather, the Republicans proved unable to muster the votes to pass their repeal-and-replace Obamacare bill in the House. The president and Speaker Paul Ryan had to call off the vote...

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Code of Ethics for NC Lottery

Oct 27, 2005

(10/27/05) The new North Carolina State Lottery Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to adopt a code of ethics. They're hoping the code will help quell a controversy that's been brewing since the commission started. Laura Leslie reports from the state capitol.

Dole Reacts to Miers' Decision to Pull Nomination

Oct 27, 2005

(10/27/05)Laura Strickler from our Capitol Hill Bureau caught up with North Carolina Republican Senator Elizabeth Dole in the Senate Halls. Strickler spoke with Dole about her ractions to Miers' withdrawal.

Bobcats Arena Grand Opening

Oct 20, 2005

(10/20/05) The Charlotte Bobcats Arena marks it's grand opening tomorrow when the Rolling Stones come to town. And this weekend the arena will be open to the public for tours. WFAE's Jaime Bedrin got in early and wanted to learn more about the building's state-of-the-art scoreboard. She caught up with Charlotte Bobcats Arena operatios manager Barry Silberman.

Get In the Car and Go?

Oct 10, 2005

(10/10/05) Do you ever wonder who all those people sharing the road with you are, and where they are going? WFAE commentator Gerry Soud thinks it's time to reconsider our natural tendency to get in the car and go.

Katrina's Pet Evacuees

Oct 6, 2005

(10/6/05) Katrina's four-legged refugees are starting to arrive in North Carolina. Local rescue groups are ready to welcome them, but they're worried about what it means for the animals here at home. Laura Leslie reports.

Mobile Hospital

Sep 30, 2005

(9/30/05) Medical teams from North Carolina continue to work out of a mobile hospital in Waveland, Mississippi. The hospital, based at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, is the only one of its kind in the nation. Rose Hoban of WUNC-FM in Chapel Hill reports.

Overcoming Hoarding

Sep 29, 2005

(9/29/05) Americans have a lot of junk. They buy stuff without giving much thought about where to store any of it. But for some people, the urge to shop and stockpile is overwhelming and can lead to the psychological condition known as hoarding. In this report, WFAE's Jaime Bedrin reflects on one local woman's struggle to stop hoarding.

Overcoming Hoarding

Sep 29, 2005

(9/29/05) Americans have a lot of junk. They buy stuff without giving much thought about where to store any of it. But for some people, the urge to shop and stockpile is overwhelming and can lead to the psychological condition known as hoarding. In this report, WFAE's Jaime Bedrin reflects on one local woman's struggle to stop hoarding.

Charlotte Primary Election Coverage

Sep 28, 2005

(09/28/05) No upsets in Tuesday's Charlotte city council primaries. Incumbents Patsy Kinsey, Warren Turner, Susan Burgess and Andy Dulin were all winners in their respective primaries. All but Burgess are assured a seat on the council since they'll run unopposed in the November general election. Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory was also a winner in yesterday's primary. He won by a 3-to-1 margin over challenger Martin Davis. McCrory moves on to face Democrat Craig Madans. If he wins in November, McCrory will serve a record sixth term in office.

NC Health Professionals Visit Mexico

Sep 27, 2005

(9/27/05) A group of North Carolina health professionals is headed to Mexico to observe that country's health care practices. During the last decade, North Carolina's Latino population has exploded, and that growth has affected local medical professionals who treat immigrant patients. WFAE's Jaime Bedrin spoke with Dr. Jane Neese of UNC Charlotte and asked her what she expects to gain from her trip to Mexico.

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A Surprising Season: Once More With Orzo

Mar 17, 2017
Orzo with wild rice
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Lately the weather has been see-sawing between winter and summer, then back to winter. Just as we’re ready to ease into longer days and lighter fare, here comes another arctic blast that makes us want to cup our hands around a bowl of something steaming.

It’s the perfect time for orzo, that short, little pasta that’s shaped like long grains of rice. It’s truly adaptable, pairing well with most anything from artichokes to zucchini.

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