A North Carolina appeals court is considering whether the state’s proposed execution method of using lethal drugs is valid, less than a week after an Ohio killer’s execution took him nearly a half hour of gasping and snorting before he died.
A court-appointed expert says North Carolina’s Central Prison still has blind spots that are hidden from the view of new security cameras added last year following inmate abuse allegations.
A panel charged with advising North Carolina health officials about how to change Medicaid in the state is ready to hear from interest groups and citizens who want to instruct their work.
Democratic sources say Aiken has been consulting with political advisors in Washington and Raleigh.
State officials say 13 people in North Carolina have died from the flu, with five deaths occurring last week.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Advocacy groups representing parents and public education are suing North Carolina officials after the General Assembly passed a law this year allowing taxpayer money to help pay private school tuition. The North […]
Members of the Raleigh Police Department will be making the Christmas season a little brighter for a group of children.
Two university professors hired by the U.S. Department of Justice to analyze traffic stops by the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office say statistical data conclusively shows deputies there are racially profiling Latino drivers.
North Carolina officials have mailed paperwork to 800 people who have previously identified themselves as victims of the state’s forced sterilization so they can verify their eligibility for one-time payments from a $10 million compensation fund.
The owner of a ride at the North Carolina State Fair that investigators say injured five people after safety equipment was tampered with has surrendered to police.