N.C. residents' health has declined since the creation of North Carolina’s ‘Healthy NC 2020’ improvement plan, which set health objectives to be met by 2020. However, UNC students are still trying to boost nutritional health, at least on campus.
A new Pew study said a majority of all voters with at least a four-year college degree now identify as Democrats or lean Democratic, the highest share since 1992.
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point will will expand or add 16 programs in areas with high-demand career paths while eliminating others.
A new restaurant in Raleigh, A Place at the Table, is a non-profit business and has a menu with suggested prices – making it the only pay-what-you-can restaurant in Raleigh.
If passed, the Gun Safety Act, or House Bill 723, would change current “stand your ground” laws in North Carolina.
A new bill in the N.C. General Assembly might raise the minimum age to buy or receive tobacco products in the state from 18 to 21 — whether they be vapor products, cigarettes or other related products.
The nationwide data retrieval tool for the Free Application For Federal Student Aid — otherwise known as FAFSA — is unavailable until further notice.
Fears have been circulating that Orange County and Chapel Hill law enforcement is partnering with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement by setting up checkpoints that target undocumented people residing in the area.
The North Carolina Senate passed House Bill 39 Thursday, which would shrink the membership of the UNC-system Board of Governors from 32 to 24 if signed into law.
Local coffee shops poured over the implications of President Donald Trump’s executive orders, joining a national fundraiser for the American Civil Liberties Union.