North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper has joined 39 of his colleagues across the country asking the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to regulate electronic cigarettes in the same way it regulates tobacco products.
An anti-abortion activist has been hired as a senior policy adviser at the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, the latest in a string of politically charged hiring decisions made at the embattled state agency.
A political consultant to the Rev. Mark Harris says the Charlotte pastor plans to run for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate next year.
North Carolina’s school board is expected to distribute about $800,000 to 19 rural public school districts to help teach children to abstain from sex.
A trio of North Carolina agencies is patrolling the state’s roads and waters to make sure residents are safe during the Labor Day weekend.
North Carolina motorists are going to have to pay their vehicle property tax and registration bill at the same time if they want to get their tags.
A Michigan company is under a court order to stop sending deceptive mailings telling North Carolina businesses to pay $125 to comply with state law on filing corporate records.
Gov. Pat McCrory says a pair of 24-year-old campaign staffers landed senior-level jobs in his administration because they were the most qualified applicants, beating out older candidates.
The country’s former top military officer and the head of an Internet giant are the main attractions at a gathering of North Carolina business executives.
Former professional basketball player Kenny Williams has been sentenced to nine months in prison and ordered to pay more than $660,000 in restitution for failing to pay child support.