Also, The National bar on Wall Street is closed, and more.
Also, an Asheville family seeks crowdfunding support in the wake of a severe medical diagnosis, and more.
In looking to Raleigh, Asheville's elected leaders seek increased or restored revenue streams. City leaders also want to maintain their authority over zoning and development.
The N.C. General Assembly gets back to work, U.S. Rep. Patrick McHenry moves up on an influential committe, Hagan heads to Harvard, more.
Also, it's "triage mode" at the Asheville Police Department.
One result of the upsets: Asheville's unlikely to see the wave of legislation targeting local government specifically.
On a night that saw Republicans score big wins in races across the Tar Heel state and around the country, Democrats around Asheville had reason to celebrate.
It's down to the wire between Ager and Ramsey; reports on Merrell-Frost and McHenry-McQueen debates; and more.
Also, Democratic challenger Brian Turner and N.C. Rep. Tim Moffitt are going fighting it out with a week to go until Election Day.
Also, a new analysis by N.C. Insider says Rep. Tim Moffitt of Buncombe County was one of the most effective lawmakers in the GA this year.
Also, a showdown in the short session of the North Caorlina General Assembly, and more.
Also, the N.C. General Assembly battles over the state budget, McCrory issued his third veto of the week and more.
Also, working on a repeal of Common Core standards, a budget shortfall for in the state's Medicaid plan and more.
Also, an ethics complaint filed N.C. Rep. Tim Moffitt has been dismissed, and more.
Republican candidates seeking to challenge U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan are duking it out, while Democrats battle to challenge U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows.
Details of the controversial meeting between N.C. Rep. Tim Moffitt and challenger Brian Turner are in, and it's Turner's version that holds.
Moffitt denies his election challenger's allegations that he offered to help Turner get a job at UNC-TV if he dropped out of the race.
Also, N.C. Rep. Tim Moffitt of Buncombe County and his challenger, Brian Turner, make headlines across the state.
Turner says he'll file complaints with the state ethics and elections boards in the wake of growing controversy over a conversation he had with Moffitt.
Following the lead of Ashvegas, other media outlets take note of controversial meeting between the two candidates.
Also, U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows says President Obama "has declared war, and not just on Congress but the American people."
Also, Thom Tillis, North Carolina's speaker of the House, ready to investigate Obamacare.
Also, Buncombe County commissioners approved $1.2 million in grants to manufacturer Jacob Holms Industries.
Turner, a former assistant vice chancellor at UNC Asheville, is running in House District 116.
A 48-page political insert into the Citizen-Times last week was paid for by a company owned by Republican Rep. Tim Moffitt, but it wasn't labeled as such.
Reviewing the political landscape of the past week.
Brian Turner, a UNC Asheville vice chancellor, resigned his job this week as he prepares to challenge N.C. Rep. Tim Moffitt next year.
With Raleigh lawmakers holding Asheville by the balls and running the city from the statehouse, the real election is next year.
The boob parade continues.
Controversial bill would make female toplessness a felony; GoTopless.org president says rallies will continue.
HuffPo's take on a bill that would make female toplessness a felony in Asheville.
"Even if it passes, our rallies will continue," GoTopless president Nadine Gary said.
State Rep. Tim Moffitt's bill could put and end to topless rallies in Asheville.