Dave DeWitt is WUNC's Feature News Editor. As an editor, reporter, and producer he's covered politics, environment, education, sports, and a wide range of other topics.
Dave is also the founding host of "Tested," WUNC's first news podcast.
He has filed stories for NPR’s news magazines as well as Marketplace and Only A Game. He formerly worked in college athletics, college admissions, and with the Tar Heel Sports Network. In 2001, he wrote the non-fiction book "True Blue".
According to the indictment, Robin Hayes and associates promised "millions of dollars of contributions" for "official actions" favorable to the Global Bankers Insurance Group.
A storage failure at a coal-fired Duke Energy plant sent tens of thousands of tons of ash into a North Carolina river last year. Now, the company wants to move its stored waste to two abandoned mines.
North Carolina's new voter ID law is already facing legal challenges — one day after Governor Pat McCrory signed the bill into law. The measure ends a week of early voting and eliminates same-day registration.
China has long dominated the sport of table tennis, winning almost every Olympic medal since 1992. That's not likely to change at this year's Summer Olympics, but one young American athlete may be on her way to giving China a run for its money.
Control of the Wake County school board in Raleigh, N.C., is at stake in a special runoff election set for next week. The race has become a political hot spot that could help determine much larger elections in the state. It's attracting national attention — and big money.