North Carolina hemp farmers are bracing for an onslaught of federal regulation.
North Carolina's famed Cold Mountain, located near Asheville and featured in a popular novel and an award-winning movie, is on fire.
AkzoNobel is investing $55 million to expand its industrial coatings manufacturing site in High Point, NC. Announced in April, the extensive upgrade will include installing state-of-the-art production technology, as well as building a new raw materials warehouse, research lab and technical application center.
North Carolina school district officials are still not sure what program they will use long term in assessing kindergarten through third-grade students' reading skills. Jack Hoke, executive director of the North Carolina School Superintendents Association wants state education officials to make a decision soon, so teachers can be trained and data collected.
A transformation in our state's Medicaid program is being put on hold.
A Wake County Superior Court judge is allowing a lawsuit to proceed that could dramatically change how doctors and hospitals operate in the open market.
An independent investigation started by Republican General Assembly leaders into the state’s approvals for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline found that Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper “improperly used the authority and influence of his office” but did not personally benefit from those decisions.
Predicting a busy Thanksgiving weekend, the N.C. Department of Transportation is suspending most construction activity along its major highways to keep lanes open for holiday travelers.
Two airports in the Tar Heel state will soon see some improvements.