News 14 Carolina's daily political news show debuted Monday evening with an interview with Gov. Bev Perdue.
On Capital Tonight, Perdue clarified her recent remarks on shale gas drilling, saying it must be heavily regulated and move slowly, and rehashed the a litany of controversial issues, such as the midnight legislative session, a sales tax increase and voter ID. She also says to expect her budget proposal later this month and talked about her clout going forward. See the interview here.
--State lawmakers and major candidate are looking for changes at the N.C. Industrial Commission after a News & Observer story revealed problems in the workers' compensation system. Read more here.
--The congressional candidates in the 9th District Republican primary squared off in a tea party debate. Read here.