Latest News

January 10, 2013 3:14 PM

As states weigh licenses for young illegal immigrants, N.C. switches its position

After first indicating it would grant driver’s licenses to young illegal immigrants who have received two-year deferrals from deportation, the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles now says it will not allow them to drive until the agency receives a legal opinion that requires it to do otherwise.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Fire Displaces 3 In North Modesto 00:50

Fire Displaces 3 In North Modesto

Video: Dramatic video shows Denair tornado, flying debris 00:08

Video: Dramatic video shows Denair tornado, flying debris

Funnel cloud seen near downtown Waterford 00:22

Funnel cloud seen near downtown Waterford

Swearing in of Ceres reserve police officer Tommy Miller 01:09

Swearing in of Ceres reserve police officer Tommy Miller

Tornado At Waterford School 00:54

Tornado At Waterford School

Cows get loose on Modesto's Highway 99 01:43

Cows get loose on Modesto's Highway 99

Man Killed In Crows Landing Crash 00:42

Man Killed In Crows Landing Crash

Video emerges of missing Modesto man in Tuolumne County 00:20

Video emerges of missing Modesto man in Tuolumne County

Knights Ferry Folks Hitting The Road To Get Their Mail 02:01

Knights Ferry Folks Hitting The Road To Get Their Mail

Texting and driving: Amanda Clark's story 05:59

Texting and driving: Amanda Clark's story

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos