A bill forbidding employers and universities from accessing private email or social media accounts of workers and students has passed the North Carolina House.
A bill broadening so-called conscience protections and the number of employers who can refuse to provide contraception services in health insurance coverage has been approved by a North Carolina House committee.
A bill advancing in the North Carolina House requires minors seeking treatment for sexually transmitted diseases and other problems to first obtain parental consent.
Dozens of nonviolent demonstrators are facing charges in the second week of protests against Republican policies at North Carolina’s General Assembly.
Authorities in Raleigh accuse a couple of using zip ties to bind their 4-year-old daughter’s wrists and ankles to a baby gate.
Health officials in North Carolina say they’re now investigating 19 cases of measles in three counties, and are alerting people in three other counties that they may have been exposed to the virus.
Applicants for North Carolina’s cash and worker-training welfare program would have to undergo a drug test to qualify for benefits and pay for it upfront under a bill approved Monday night by the Republican-led state Senate following debate on whether such a get-tough strategy goes too far.
Police are investigating the theft of electronic equipment from a Raleigh high school.
Federal officials have helped the family of a Raleigh woman recover $45,000 of the nearly $200,000 that she lost to Jamaican scammers who told her that she had won a lottery prize.
Some lawmakers want to give North Carolina private and parochial schools the right for certain employees or school volunteers to carry concealed weapons on school grounds to provide safety.