My first Netflix experience is likely quite similar to many others — it involves "The Office."
Beginning next school year, 19 low-performing public schools in North Carolina will operate with the flexibility usually given only to charter schools. The schools will have more freedom in determining regulations like school calendar dates and budgeting.
Nearly 40,000 people were diagnosed with HIV in the United States last year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — and the number of new HIV diagnoses has fallen by 19 percent from 2005 to 2014.
Despite a court ruling overturning North Carolina’s voter ID law — which was ruled discriminatory — concerns regarding voter suppression in the 2016 election remain.
The N.C. Democratic Party accused the N.C. Republican Party of breaking state campaign finance laws in a complaint filed to the N.C. State Board of Elections Saturday.
Early voting for the November election began in North Carolina on Thursday, and though more than 400,000 in-person votes were cast from Thursday to Sunday, this number decreased from the 2012 election, the N.C. State Board of Elections reports.
Gov. Pat McCrory visited the Orange County GOP headquarters in Hillsborough Monday to address the vandalism and firebombing that occurred at the office early Sunday morning.
With Election Day less than one month away, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s 11 field offices in North Carolina are heavily outnumbered by the 38 field offices in the state working for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Criminal justice reform has been a key political issue this election cycle, and following Keith Scott's death at the hands of Charlotte police late last month, presidential candidates have re-focused the topic.
Duke Energy agreed last week to pay a $6 million settlement to the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality for multiple violations of the federal Clean Water Act.