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A tract of land more than 500 times the size of a football field will be protected from development in the western North Carolina mountains.
About six out of 10 uninsured African Americans may be eligible for free or greatly reduced health insurance through Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program, according to a new report the government issued Tuesday.
For the first time in several years, no increase to in-state undergraduate student tuition is proposed by Appalachian State University leaders for the 2014-15 academic term, but a number of fee increases are recommended.
Meetings between North Carolina's governor, Pentagon officials and the state's congressional delegation last week in Washington, D.C., highlighted the state's support for its large military presence.
We are so blessed here in North Carolina because we have TWO governors: the one who calls himself "Governor", Pat "Rat" McCrory, and the one who really is the governor, Art "Fart" Pope.
My child's teacher moved to Ohio to teach because he could not afford to support his family on $38,000 he made here for 10 years' experience and a master's degree.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation has shut down Bonner Bridge on the Outer Banks this week due to emergency safety concerns.
A new North Carolina Medicaid billing system continues to falls short on addressing defects months after coming online in the summer and on completing government-mandated changes on time, according to a state performance audit released Monday.
The State Auditor's office says a new North Carolina Medicaid billing program falls short on addressing defects in the computer system and that government-mandated changes haven't been completed on time.
North Carolina is expected to host one of the nation's toughest U.S. Senate races next year.
Nelson Mandela’s distinctive approach to leadership is that much more inspiring when contrasted with the so-called leaders of today at all levels of government in America.
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Growing national attention to the 20th-century practice of forcibly sterilizing thousands of Americans has put new pressure on Virginia lawmakers to compensate survivors.
Three Senators Try to Hold Off G.O.P. in South New York Times, by Campbell Robertson & Jeremy W. Peters New Orleans - Things traditionally get started a little late down here, an inclination that runs from mealtimes to political races.
"Medicaid continues to be over budget and costs keep growing," said Mardy Peal, an adviser to state Health and Human Services secretary Dr. Aldona Wos.
Stacey Capps labels samples in the ImmunoReagents lab last week on N.C. State's Centennial Campus in Raleigh.