More than a million North Carolinians will hit the road this Memorial Day weekend, taking advantage of relatively low gas prices to kick off the summer travel season, according to … Click to Continue »
California’s attorney general says North Carolina’s repeal of a strongly criticized law doesn’t protect LGBT people from discrimination. Consequently, he says the country’s most-populous state will continue its ban on taxpayer-funded travel to North Carolina.
The mayors of New York, Washington, San Francisco, Seattle, Salt Lake City and other cities have announced that previous municipal bans on city-funded travel to North Carolina remain in place even though House Bill 2 has been repealed. They agree with civil rights groups who argue discrimination still exists in the replacement law agreed to […]
Raleigh-Durham International is welcoming several new stores in 2018, including the WRAL Travel Store. This store will open in summer 2018.