Don Vaughan in the News

Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan endorses Hillary Clinton Read more…
Former US Senator, Lillington native Robert Morgan dies Read more…
Adjunct Professor Don Vaughan (’79) was a leading advocate for Susie’s Law, an animal abuse law that went into effect four years ago, and Vaughan has used Susie’s Law at Wake Forest University School of Law and at Elon University School of Law to show students how a bill is made.  Read more…
The state Supreme Court’s recent decision against the North Carolina Map Act will greatly impact how major Triad road projects are planned and built in years to come. But the June 10 ruling probably won’t mean much to the majority of property owners along the Greensboro Urban Loop that is moving into its final stages of construction.  Read more…
Joe Kennedy was condemned in 1986 to serve two consecutive life sentences after his daughter, Vickie Kennedy, told a jury that her father had molested her. Joe Kennedy has always maintained his innocence. Since then, she’s worked to free him. Read more…
The Greensboro man claims band members urged the audience to assault him. A Greensboro man reached a confidential settlement with Mötley Crüe late Thursday, putting an end to a federal lawsuit that was scheduled for trial next week. Read more…
Carrying his toothbrush and Bible in a white plastic garbage bag, Joe Kennedy walked out of prison into sunlight Tuesday and looked up. Less than an hour later, he reunited with his wife, who had been told to wait for him at their little brick house.  Read more…