In the wake of protests over Confederate monuments in Chapel Hill and Durham, students at Appalachian State University and Salem College are taking a stand against controversial acts on their campuses.
A bill proposed by the N.C. Senate would change the process for buying handguns — eliminating a step in which sheriffs conduct background checks.
The UNC Board of Governors is set to propose a policy at today’s meeting that would ban university centers and institutions from pursuing legal action or providing legal counsel.
The N.C. General Assembly has proposed another bill aimed at repealing the controversial House Bill 2.
In the wake of President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration — which limits entry from seven majority-Muslim countries — there is uncertainty about the role universities should play in public discourse about political issues.
The nomination of Betsy DeVos for secretary of education has left some wondering how sexual assault policy might change on college campuses.
North Carolina’s foster care system is in crisis — with the number of children in the system rising faster than the number of foster families available to support them.
Mecklenburg County District Attorney Andrew Murray announced Wednesday his office would not charge Charlotte-Mecklenberg police officer Brentley Vinson with the murder of Keith Lamont Scott.
Forbes released its Best States for Business rankings earlier this month, and for the second year in a row North Carolina was No. 2.
President-elect Donald Trump consistently called for a repeal of the Affordable Care Act during his campaign, but his plan to replace it has remained a mystery.
Sen. Richard Burr may not have the easy re-election incumbents are used to in 2016 — three primary challengers have filed to have their names on the ballet while challenging Burr's conservatism.