The Electoral College cast their ballots Dec. 19 to make the nomination of Donald Trump as President-elect official, leaving some to question the importance of the individual vote.
In a recent study, researchers found that local officials in North Carolina are more likely to adopt policies that protect the environment if they feel their community is directly at risk.
The UNC system announced Tuesday it will be awarding four grants totaling $1.7 million to researchers across the system to promote collaboration within the state.
Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina said last month he will continue to block any Supreme Court justice nominations by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton if she is elected.
North Carolina WARN, a climate justice non-profit organization, expressed concern over Duke Energy’s proposal to build a natural gas-fired power plant at Duke University in a report released Monday.
The Durham County Sheriff's Office announced Oct. 3 that the Durham County Detention Facility will be improving its mental health services thanks to a combination of county money and a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.
State Sen. Fletcher Hartsell, R.-Cabarrus, was indicted Tuesday following an investigation into his use of campaign funds for private purposes.
Duke Energy announced Tuesday it will provide local K-12 schools with $300,000 total in grants for solar power systems and energy education programs.
The Transportation Security Administration announced at a press conference on Tuesday the number of illegal items found in carry-on luggage has increased by 68 percent at the Raleigh-Durham International Airport.