As America grows evermore accepting of the LGBT community, some religious communities have opened their congregations to people of different sexual orientations, but religiously affiliated adoption agencies have been slow to change.
When Lacy Evans came to UNC in 2012, she had already been on two combat tours to Afghanistan as a heavy equipment operator in the Marine Corps.
The N.C. General Assembly passed a law in June allowing magistrates to opt out of performing civil marriages that require them to go against their religious beliefs — but law experts say it could be irrelevant.
“All inmates line up outside,” Sergeant Earvin Harrelson calls across the intercom from inside the control office.
Jack Tharrington is 18 months old. He loves to flip through picture books, play soccer, push the keys on a laptop. He’ll be a big brother in June.
Many participants in Saturday’s Historic Thousands on Jones Street march have come to the event year after year — some rallying for a particular issue, others condemning state policies in general.
It was a candlelit vigil. But in the frigid winds, the candles wouldn’t light.
Deep inside the walls of Central Regional Hospital — a massive mental health facility situated in the middle of the rural North Carolina town of Butner — sits a man living his nightmare.
North Carolina voters might need to prepare for 2016 presidential campaign ads and rallies much earlier than the state has experienced in the past.
A tidal wave of federal court decisions during fall 2014 led to legal gay marriage in North Carolina — just over two years after voters in the state banned same-sex couples from marrying.
An Oct. 21 debate hosted by some of the biggest names in North Carolina media might consist of U.S. Senate candidate Thom Tillis standing in the spotlight — alone.
College students often struggle to land the internships they need to bolster their job chances after graduation.And an August survey conducted by Gallup and Inside Higher Ed shows that many university and college presidents believe their institutions are not coming through for their students on the job front.
Gay rights advocacy groups have been fighting the state's ban on gay marriage in court since it was passed two years ago, and now they're demanding that Gov. Pat McCrory stops fighting them back.
As part of View from the Hill's series of profiles on U.S. Senate candidates, meet Libertarian Tim D'Annunzio.
As part of View from the Hill's series of profiles on U.S. Senate candidates, meet Democrat Will Stewart.