Capital Tonight episodes

Capital Tonight Jan. 20: Fmr. State Budget Director Art Pope

On Capital Tonight: Former State Budget Director Art Pope discusses his thoughts on the future of the University of North Carolina system. Perry Woods and Andy Yates discuss the State of the Union address and the next legislative session. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Jan. 19: North Carolina and the Civil Rights Movement

On Capital Tonight: We look at North Carolina’s history and role in the Civil Right Movement. Michelle Lanier of the NC African American Heritage Commission shares her insight. Chris Miller of WBT-AM and freelance writer Michael Cooper joins the Reporter Roundtable and discusses Charlotte Mayor Dan Clodfelter’s future. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Jan. 16: Bow Tie Caucus

On Capital Tonight: The Bow Tie Caucus convenes! Former state Supreme Court Justice Bob Orr and Rep. Tricia Cotham gauge reaction to UNC President Tom Ross being forced out. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Jan. 15: Proposed Medicaid Changes

On Capital Tonight: Legislators float a plan to move Medicaid out of the Department of Health and Human Services. We look at a partnership with Community Care of North Carolina and NC State University aimed at making Medicaid more efficient. And we talk with Reps. Darren Jackson and John Torbett about the new legislative session. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Jan. 14: Start of 2015 Legislative Session

On Capital Tonight: We have complete coverage of the opening of the 2015 legislative session of the North Carolina General Assembly. We talk with party leaders in both chambers about what their top issues are. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Jan. 12: Cultural Resources Sec. Susan Kluttz

On Capital Tonight: Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Kluttz stumps for the return of tax credits for the preservation and reuse of historic properties. Our Reporter Roundtable — Loretta Boniti, Patrick Gannon, and Gary Robertson — previews the new legislative session. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Jan. 9: President Obama’s Community College Plan

On Capital Tonight: We talk with NC Community Colleges President Scott Rawls about President Obama’s proposal to offer free tuition for two years of community college. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Jan. 8: Libertarian Candidate Ken Fortenberry

On Capital Tonight: We meet the Libertarian candidate for governor Ken Fortenberry, and we ask Lawmakers Jason Saine and Duane Hall about the upcoming legislative session. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Jan. 7: Virtual Charter Schools

On Capital Tonight: We take a closer look at virtual charter schools and if they are a good fit for North Carolina with education experts Matt Ellinwood and Terry Stoops. Advocates Kevin Rogers and Francis DeLuca debate the big issues in the upcoming legislative session. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Jan. 6: A New Congress Sworn In

On Capital Tonight: The 114th Congress is sworn into office, including four new members from North Carolina. We talk with Sen. Thom Tillis about his new job, and we speak with Reps. David Price and Robert Pittenger about the new session. Watch the program here.