In the week leading up to his inauguration, President Donald Trump and his lawyer Sheri Dillon announced a series of steps the newly elected president would take to avoid conflicts of interest.
UNC-system efforts to invest in alternative energy have steadily grown — and the $4.6 billion endowment is thriving.
Chapel Hill seniors looking to work in state after graduation got good news after a new report shows North Carolina as a top economic performer in both the Southeast and the nation.
With the Democratic U.S. Senate primary less than six months away, no clear contender has emerged to challenge incumbent Republican Sen. Richard Burr.
With 39 percent of students in the UNC-system having taken at least one online course in the 2013-14 academic year, some say online education is a promising tool for college education.
Drivers education could survive at local high schools as the Senate and House approach a compromise during budget talks, despite months of doubt over the program’s status.
A bill in the N.C. legislature could reallocate hundreds of millions of dollars from urban retail centers like Chapel Hill to rural communities — and it has elicited criticism from both sides of the aisle.
The North Carolina State Lottery has contributed $3.6 billion to the state’s public education system since its inception in 2006 — yet both sides of the aisle continue to criticize the seemingly lucrative program.
Despite a recent youthful burst of innovation in the U.S. technology industry, more than half of startups don’t survive after five years — casting doubt on the value of entrepreneurial ventures.
Blunting the progress of medical marijuana programs that have been legalized nationwide — nearly two dozen in total — North Carolina lawmakers on Wednesday voted to kill a proposal that would have launched a medical cannabis program in the state.
What may be the most comprehensive campaign list in American political history has been contracted out — to the tune of 30 million packets of Maruchan instant Ramen noodles.
North Carolina posted public school report cards on Feb 5, revealing interesting information about charter schools and the public school systems in Orange County and Durham.