Monday, March 10 2014 3:00 PM EDT2014-03-10 19:00:32 GMT
The Louisiana Legislature is opening its three-month regular session. The action starts at noon Monday. Gov. Bobby Jindal spoke to lawmakers at 1 p.m.More >>
The Louisiana Legislature is opening its three-month regular session. The action starts at noon Monday. Gov. Bobby Jindal spoke to lawmakers at 1 p.m. He focused largely on his workforce development proposals.More >>
Monday, March 10 2014 6:14 AM EDT2014-03-10 10:14:51 GMT
Governor Bobby Jindal will address state lawmakers to open this year's legislative session. The gavel will drop at noon on Monday for the 2014 term. The 2014 legislative session will be different fromMore >>
The 2014 Louisiana legislative session is set to begin Monday with more than 1,500 bills on the table.More >>
CARTHAGE, N.C. -
Family and friends in Moore County are mourning the death of 16-year-old Kayla Lineberry, who died Thursday night after running off a country road.
The accident happened on Summer Hill Church Road, just west of Carthage.
Friday, a memorial was set up to remember a girl who was proud to be a tough-minded tomboy who was determined to make the football team at Union Pines High School. She played on the junior varsity team and wanted to make varsity.
"She got a little upset when they said she was too small to play - all she could be was the kicker," said her uncle, Terry Patterson. He added with a chuckle, "I think she wanted to tackle some guys."
Her family and friends are left now with the memories of a girl described as funny and full of life.
Her car veered off the road near Carthage and she died at the scene.
Neighbor John Oltesvig said he has seen at least four accidents in front of his home in the last seven years.
"I call it ‘Dead Man's Curve' along through here," he said.
"We need something along this stretch of road, some warnings, some bumps or something to get people to slow down. It's very dangerous."
The memorial to Lineberry there now is a reminder of the danger. There are flowers and a message, "You're in a much better place."
"She was brave," said her friend, Ryan Taylor. "If you said she couldn't do something, that just made her want to do it even more, just to show you she could do it.
Wednesday, March 5 2014 1:07 PM EST2014-03-05 18:07:13 GMT
A Duke University student who says she performs in adult films is revealing the stage name she uses, and photos of herself. In an essay on the xojane.com website, the freshman, who goes by Belle Knox,More >>
A Duke student who says she acts in porn films is revealing a photo of herself as well as her stage name.More >>
Friday, March 7 2014 6:48 PM EST2014-03-07 23:48:53 GMT
The Duke University freshman who stars in pornographic films spoke to CNN's Piers Morgan for a Friday broadcast, and addressed how her family has responded to news of what she is doing. The student hasMore >>
A Duke freshman who uses Belle Knox as her stage name spoke to CNN's Piers Morgan about doing pornography.More >>
Sunday, March 9 2014 8:33 PM EDT2014-03-10 00:33:15 GMT
Regular-season champion Virginia will be the top seed for the 61st annual Atlantic Coast Conference Basketball Tournament, which begins Wednesday at the Greensboro Coliseum. The Cavaliers (25-6, 16-2),More >>
Duke and UNC get byes into Friday in the ACC Tournament, and N.C. State will play Thursday.More >>
Sunday, March 9 2014 11:16 PM EDT2014-03-10 03:16:33 GMT
3-year-old Jack Jack has undergone 43 surgeries for an undiagnosed genetic disorder.
A Raleigh boy, who has undergone dozens of surgeries for a rare genetic disorder, has something to smile about. More >>
A Raleigh boy, who has undergone dozens of surgeries for a rare genetic disorder, has something to smile about. Three-year-old Jack Jack Levesque just completed his 43rd surgery for an undiagnosed geneticMore >>
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