Gov. Pat McCrory took a break during his visit to Facebook’s headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., on Monday and held a Q&A session on his Facebook page.
Five Republican candidates are now officially in the running to unseat Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan next year — and more GOP hopefuls could join the crowded primary field in the near future.
Nearly 100 individuals — hailing from universities across the country and around the world — gathered in Raleigh last weekend for the Summit for Transformative Education, a three-day event that sought to foster skills in entrepreneurship, leadership and community building.
North Carolina was ranked as one of the states with the highest unemployment and poverty rates in the nation by a recent report by the Center for a Better South — yet the state has seen more economic growth than most.
The closing of a small hospital in eastern North Carolina has some hospital officials concerned about budget cuts and health care access.
Gov. Pat McCrory cleared his desk of pending legislation on Friday, signing 33 remaining bills approved by the N.C. General Assembly over the summer.
The N.C. General Assembly could place Gov. Pat McCrory in a bind if it sends a series of bills to his desk that critics say would limit access to abortion procedures.
The N.C. Department of Transportation has amended a decision to issue driver’s licenses with a controversial design — but advocates say the changes are not extensive enough.
An N.C. State University event promoting safe sex is putting away its sex toys due to a technicality in state law.