The political fervor surrounding House Bill 2 in the past two weeks has culminated in a policy standoff between Gov. Pat McCrory and Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts.
Jesse Santifort, a Kenly, North Carolina, police officer, added to the growing conversation about police use of force when he was indicted Sept. 6 for an involuntary manslaughter charge.
Willie Grimes spent 24 years in a North Carolina prison for a rape he didn’t commit — and in August, the Hickory City Council voted to approve a settlement with Grimes for $3.25 million.
Local counties are scrambling to submit early voting plans to the State Board of Elections after the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down North Carolina’s much-contested 2013 voter ID bill.
A bill filed in 2015 about adopting an official state cat changed from legislation to name the bobcat as North Carolina's official feline to a bill attempting to end the state’s much protested certificate of need system.
Trigger warnings, hypersensitive students, intrusive university administrations and understanding.
Possum Drop could return The North Carolina Possum Drop tradition — which had comedian John Oliver in fits of laughter during his visit to Durham in December — might be returning this year. A proposal making its way through the legislature would allow a live animal to be part of the Brasstown Possum Drop.
In an event that featured as many umbrellas as signs, students, faculty and low-wage employees rallied Wednesday at Shaw University for a $15 per hour minimum wage.
Six months after Rolling Stone published the explosive “A Rape on Campus” article detailing an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia’s Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house, the UVa. chapter announced Monday that it will be suing the magazine.
A rundown of the candidates in today's midterm election for Chapel Hill and Carrboro voters.