2 hrs ago | Burlington Times News
With vexing problems facing our state leaders, here's a fix many kids - and adults - would deem a "no-brainer:" Legislators can make North Carolina's communities safer and save millions of dollars with a change to the way the we treat 16- and 17- years olds charged with misdemeanors.
6 hrs ago | WCTI
That's where the "Extension Fairy" videos come in. Together, Morgan and Sanchez make videos on topics such as agri-tourism and trimming crepe myrtles a little more fun like making sure people don't commit "crepe murder". "Crepe murder is so sad.
10 hrs ago | TheStreet.com
So long as that energy is in the form of oil and gas, of course, existing energy companies can control prices by manipulating supply.
The search and rescue mission continues this evening after a massive tornado touched down Monday afternoon.
The North Carolina Press Association is claiming victory in a battle to maintain government notices in newspapers, but the war isn't yet over.
A former North Carolina lawmaker is set to face a jury over accusations he used a pair of government-funded non-profit corporations as personal piggy banks.
The North Carolina chapter of the NAACP is spearheading a weekly series of protests at the state legislature called "Moral Mondays" directed against Republican-supported bills such as tax reform and voter ID.
Single Sign-On: You can use Facebook account to log in to LasVegasSun.com. Don Hall, right, of North Carolina-based Samaritan's Purse hugs Linda Lou Wilson in the kitchen of her damaged home in the Rancho Brazos subdivision Sunday, May 19, 2013 in Granbury, Texas.
Sen. Phil Berger, left, listens to Sen. Bob Rucho, right, speak during a press conference with other Republican senators to discuss their ideas to put forth a new tax plan for North Carolina.
With two spots left vacant on the "X Factor" panel and season three about to go into production, the show just may have found the perfect two women to replace L.A. Reid and Britney Spears .
North Carolina Health Officials worry a salmonella outbreak could soon spread nationwide.
In the spring of 1963, a prominent civil rights leader led dozens of protesters on a four-mile march from a predominantly African-American college campus to the center of Charlotte's downtown.
Until now, the only way to find out what people in the United States eat and how many calories they consume has been government data, which can lag behind the rapidly expanding and changing food marketplace.
Deployed for a year in Afghanistan, Army Spc. Larry Shaffer returned to North Carolina this week to discover his wife, Misty, had dropped more than 100 pounds in that 12-month period as a homecoming gift to her husband.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation reported that the accident happened around 2 p.m. today.
More than seven months after losing her leg in a near-fatal accident in Haverhill, Paige Fortin is finally back on her feet.