Hydrilla is an invasive plant first brought into the United States for use in aquariums. Read about its impact on Lake Orange and the West Fork Eno reservoir.
At the council’s Feb. 19 meeting, members reviewed Gov. Roy Cooper's Executive Order 80, which asserts North Carolina’s commitment to address climate change and transition to a clean energy economy.
There was residential structure fire near Southern Village on Sunday. The fire was put out before 4 p.m. and was mostly confined to the attic of the house.
Flooding, structural damage and road closures weren't the only effects brought by Florence. Mosquito populations surged in certain parts of the state.
Farmers lost far more in Hurricane Florence than during Hurricane Matthew, despite their preparation.
After Hurricane Florence, a coal ash spill has been reported at a Duke Energy plant. But an ongoing lawsuit is saying they've been doing this for decades and is trying to get them to stop.
An Environment North Carolina report ranked North Carolina as third in the nation for solar electricity production growth between 2008 and 2017, behind Arizona and California.
The anti-plastic straw movement has gone mainstream this summer, and now Triangle businesses and UNC are making an effort to reduce the use of single-use plastic.
The Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights will dismiss hundreds of of civil rights complaints that are considered a burden to the office.
Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rev. William Barber II discussed and answered audience questions concerning a variety of pressing political issues, such as inequality, military spending, racism and Russia.
Duke University Chapel hosted a "public conversation" with U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-VT, and the Rev. William Barber II moderated by Luke Powery Thursday. The three discussed race, poverty and militarism to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr.