(T) BJ Council, You and 5-0 (M) Rep. Allen McNeill, Randolph Co. (B) Rep. Ed Hanes, Forsyth Co.

Community and police relations in NC Seg. 3

The NC legislature has passed laws related to traffic stop procedures, body cameras and the video they record. We take a look if those efforts are enough, and what more needs to be done by policy makers, law enforcement and community advocates.


Community and Police Relations in NC

From officer-involved shootings to law enforcement officers being targeted in protests, community and police relations are a big national conversation right now. Efforts are being made here in NC to build those relationships.



Capital Tonight Dec. 11

On Capital Tonight: Insurance companies are asking for a rate increase for homeowners insurance in North Carolina. Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey and Chief Deputy Commissioner Michelle Osborne join Tim Boyum for a look at the request. Gary Robertson of the Associated Press and Jeff Tiberii of North Carolina Public Radio join our Reporter Roundtable.

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Capital Tonight Dec. 8

On Capital Tonight: The hacking of Mecklenburg County servers has brought to light the challenge for governments to keep cyberattckers at bay. We talk with Charlotte City Council member Tariq Bokhari and Maria Thompson of the NC Department of Information Technology about the challenges. The Bow Tie Caucus convenes to wrap up the week in politics. Sen. Joel Ford and former state Rep. Charles Jeter join Tim Boyum.


Capital Tonight Dec. 7

On Capital Tonight: Chilling details of a correctional officer's death in Bertie County come to light. We talk with Charlotte Observer reporters Gavin Off and Ames Alexander about the new details in their ongoing series into problems with the state prison system. More unrest in the Middle East over President Donald Trump's decision to move the US Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. We talk with Israeli Consul General Amb. Judith Varnai-Shorer and Mohamed Elgamal of the Islamic Association of Raleigh about how this decision could affect the peace process.


Capital Tonight Dec. 6

On Capital Tonight: Pres. Trump's lawyer says he can't obstruct justice in the special counsel's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election because he's the president. We talk with two veteran investigators Rufus Edmisten and Chris Swecker about the latest in the case. Our Advocates Courtney Crowder and Andy Yates tackle the big political issues of the week.