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North Carolina's film incentives may finally become a permanent fixture in the state's economic development pitch to television and movie producers.
As of February, more than 245,000 North Carolina vehicles had personalized license plates, and those are just the approved ones.
A new report suggests the state and local governments in North Carolina could use drone aircraft for everything from law enforcement and hurricane recovery to tourism promotion and monitoring wildlife.
Approval ratings continue to drop for Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan, who is seeking re-election in the key battleground state of North Carolina, according to a new poll.
Nearly two years after issuing a public pledge to hold ads for its fabled athletic program off the controversial right wing Rush Limbaugh Show, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill is again advertising there.
A food stamp program that aids 1 in 7 Americans has taken a hit in North Carolina and the nation in recent months, with a reduction in federal assistance last year to the N.C. program and across the country, and a recently-signed Farm Bill taking another significant chunk out of the program in 15 other states.
When your second-grader's class stages "Macbeth" at parents' night, you're torn between admiring the effort of the kids and worrying that the teacher is unhinged.
With the March 31st deadline looming and friends urging me to sign up, tonight I took a look at my healthcare options on the exchange.
Impassioned wrangling over changing the way the military prosecutes sex assaults pits the 20 women in the Senate against each other in a thorny political battle over an institution where chain of command is sacred.
State Senator Martin Nesbitt, a veteran lawmaker from the Asheville area, died Thursday.
Tea party Sen. Mike Lee has set up a potential intramural confrontation with GOP establishment by endorsing Greg Brannon in the North Carolina Senate race against embattled Democratic incumbent Kay Hagan.
Critical levels of sand erosion had occurred at Bent 166 around the piles of the support structure required NCDOT to close the bridge on Dec. 3, 2013.
State Sen. Martin Nesbitt, who this week stepped down as minority leader because of illness, has died.
The State Board of Education voted Thursday to waive minimum time requirements for high school students to help school districts cope with the impact of this winter's snow days.
U.S. Senator Kay Hagan, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, released the following statement Thursday after the Senate passed a bill to strengthen sexual assault provisions.