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Last week, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources eliminated 13 percent of the staff positions in the Division of Water Resources.
An excavator works beside a mound of ash at the pond at Santee Cooper's Jefferies power generating station just outside Moncks Corner, S.C., on Feb. 26. The recycled coal ash is trucked from the site and then used in the manufacture of concrete.
Gov. Pat McCrory says his staff will consider making changes to a new law that offers raises to top teachers who give up tenure rights.
That's according to local officials with the Robeson County Board of Elections, who say there have been no problems with early voting in the do-over municipal election in Pembroke that ends on Tuesday.
Mark Bishopric, a managing partner of Three Rivers Outfitters, paddles past the Duke energy Dan River Steam Station Tuesday.
Art Pope, the state budget director, has kicked the UNC system's budget proposal back to the Board of Governors for a rewrite, saying it "simply is not realistic."
Gov. Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency for North Carolina on Friday, hours after the latest winter storm left portions of the state coated in ice and in the dark because of power outages.
Latest mid-Atlantic infrared satellite shows movement of clouds over past two hours.
If Pat McCrory, Thom Tillis and Phil Berger saw someone lying beside a road, bleeding and unconscious, would they stop to save his life? Perhaps.
Here are a few tidbits to show that the GOP-controlled government in N.C. is running just as they anticipated.
Shelly Foreman of the Smoky Mountain Center updates the Board of Commissioners on the recent changes taking place with LME-MCOs throughout North Carol... This graphic shows the counties that will be covered once the "Western Regional Partnership" is finalized.
Duke Energy must take immediate action to eliminate sources of groundwater contamination at its coal ash dumps, a judge said Thursday in a ruling that came from a complaint filed before a massive spill from one of the utility's plants coated 70 miles of a North Carolina river in toxic gray sludge.
The former director of North Carolina's Alcohol Law Enforcement agency is not eligible to run for sheriff in Madison County because he lives in Buncombe County, according to a legal complaint filed Thursday.
Dennis English , director of North Carolina's Office for Historically Underutilized Businesses, addresses the January inaugural meeting of Gov. Pat McCrory's Advisory Council on Small and Historically Underutilized Businesses.
North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper said Wednesday he is making plans to run for governor, but he also said he is not ready to make it official.