More than 360,000 customers remain without power as the Piedmont of North thaws out from a late winter storm.
It’s unclear whether North Carolina’s unemployment insurance office will meet its goal on clearing a backlog of initial claims that grew as office workers became more deliberative about whether someone qualifies for benefits.
Six more counties are now involved in an investigation into nude photos of North Carolina high school students showing up on social media.
A team of academic researchers equipped with a drone estimate that about 35 million gallons of coal ash and contaminated waste water spilled into the Dan River earlier this month.
The lead military prosecutor in the case against a U.S. Army general facing sexual assault charges has resigned, two weeks before a court martial is set to begin.
Civil rights groups want the U.S. Justice Department to launch a federal investigation into whether North Carolina school districts are refusing to enroll some immigrant children although public schools are required to take all comers.
Environmental agency delays its own settlement with Duke Energy a week after a busted pipe dumped coal ash into the Dan River.
Gov. Pat McCrory and other Republican leaders will propose Monday a higher minimum salary for North Carolina’s least experienced public school teachers as part of a long-awaited proposal designed to improve morale and retention.
Part of an interstate highway in Raleigh is open again after it was closed for two hours when a man jumped to his death from an overpass.
Health officials say 10 more people died from the flu last week in North Carolina, bringing the death toll for the flu season up to 56.