Just two days after the release of video showing the 2019 incident at his county's jail that led to John Neville's death, Forsyth County Sheriff Bobby Kimbrough said changes are already underway ...
Not even Hurricane Isaias could halt the number of political- and election-related lawsuits going on in North Carolina.
State health officials say they've distributed 8 million masks and other supplies to schools, adult care facilities and agricultural operations around North Carolina.
Lawsuit filed this week in federal court demands that state and federal rules on trawling be enforced.
Judge says no to extending voter registration period, relaxing some absentee ballot requirements, yes to letting nursing home employees help residents vote.
Lt. Gov. Dan Forest sued the governor, saying he needs more buy-in before he shuts down large swaths of the state economy.
Three lawmakers have been named to the board that oversees the state Department of Transportation.
Large companies like Duke Energy still can't shut off the power. Municipalities and co-ops have to offer six-month payment plans.
Vice President Mike Pence is coming to North Carolina on Wednesday, when he plans to visit Thales Academy, a private school in Apex, and North Carolina Biotechnology in RTP.
With fewer than 100 days until the November general elections, the race for a U.S. Senate seat from North Carolina is heating up.
President Donald Trump said Monday that his administration is completely focused on developing a vaccine and other treatments to deal with coronavirus, which will allow him to rebuild the nation'...
Sen. Danny Britt, R-Robeson, appears to have had a mild case of the coronavirus.
President Donald Trump will be in the Triangle on Monday to tour a Morrisville plant that is making key components of a potential coronavirus vaccine, a White House official said Thursday.
Rep. David Lewis, R-Harnett, has been key in the state's fight over voter ID and election maps.
Republican U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis and his Democratic challenger, Cal Cunningham, have agreed to debate in September.
Business owners wary of taking on debt as the coronavirus crisis stretches on.
State party blurs out half the president's tweet as it tries to up absentee ballot numbers.
"Social welfare" groups, with secret donors, aren't supposed to have politics as their primary activity.
The state insurance commissioner, a senator and others gathered at a rural fire station without masks.
North Carolina's gubernatorial race is supposed to be one of the top contests in the country this fall, but it's barely even started - at least in public - because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Voters won't have to wear masks at election sites, but poll workers will.
Bank vice president Dave Craven replaces Jerry Tillman in the NC Senate.
Sen. Phil Berger says sending students to school five days a week during the pandemic is no riskier that every few days or every other week.
The coronavirus pandemic may be changing how people vote in North Carolina, with requests for mail-in absentee ballots setting records.
The lieutenant governor, who has downplayed coronavirus risks, is back to a more normal event schedule.
Mark Harris, the congressional candidate whose Bladen County operative sparked multiple criminal investigations and a do-over election last year in North Carolina's 9th Congressional District, wo...
Federal unemployment boost was supposed to run through July 31, but where Saturday falls on the calendar means it expires a week earlier.
A Republican state senator has tested positive for coronavirus, Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger said Friday.
North Carolina prisons are out of compliance with a court order, a judge said Friday afternoon.
The mask issue is settled, but $25 million in federal funding for the state health department didn't make it through.
Some of North Carolina's top law enforcement and court officials met Friday to talk about racial equity in the state's criminal justice system.
Two court cases are still pending on voter ID in North Carolina, and lawmakers asked Thursday to lift an injunction in one of them.
"There's no question that children are going to catch the virus," Senate leader says.
Lawmakers left town Wednesday - mostly - after a quick two-day session where little was accomplished.
With the planned start to the school year less than six weeks off, state leaders are still debating how best to keep students healthy during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Lawmakers went 0-for-5 on Wednesday in effort to override vetoes issued last week by Gov. Roy Cooper and didn't even bother to try on a sixth.
Bill cleared the House easily but stalled in the Senate amid heavy lobbying.
The state Department of Transportation wrongly handed out $39 million in raises to hundreds of its employees under a program lawmakers approved two years ago, according to a state audit released ...
Lawmakers returned to Raleigh this week after the Fourth of July break, but they remain as testy as when they left.
As legislators gather for potential veto override attempts, it's unclear where the Senate stands on an old law forbidding North Carolinians from wearing masks in public.