With state lawmakers back in session, local public school districts across the state are making a somewhat unexpected request.
New details are emerging after a woman claims she was raped by a member of the Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity.
In a statement Coach K said Sulaimon filed to consistently live up to the standards required to be a part of the program. 05:18 PM
Abortion-rights groups want the Republican-led legislature to keep its hands off rules proposed by state regulators for how North Carolina abortion clinics must operate. Several Democratic lawmakers plan to join health providers and activists at a Thursday news conference at the Legislative Building. 12:25 PM
The Department of Health and Human Services released its newest numbers on Thursday. So far 137 people in North Carolina have died from the virus this season, passing last year’s total. Most of the deaths have occurred in people age 65 and older. 12:50 PM
Shoppers in southeast Raleigh no longer have to travel far to stock up on household items. 03:54 PM
Around 15.6 million visitors visited the state's 39 parks and recreation areas last year—which is a 10 percent increase from 2013. Fort Macon logged more than 1 million visitors in 2014. 07:37 AM
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