Live videos from the past 30 days
The Wake County Board of Education meets April 23 before its public meeting to work on the superintendent's proposed budget, instructional calendars, student assignment and bond priorities.
Oklahoma City television station reports immediately after tornadoes rock metro area.
The Senate budget subcommittee on health and human services gives a presentation on May 20, 2013.
The National Weather Service was warning of the possibility of tornadoes and baseball-sized hail in the Oklahoma City area.
CBS News reports on tornado damage near Oklahoma City.
Superior Court Judge Donald Stephens hears motions on May 20, 2013, in the upcoming first-degree murder trials of Grant Hayes and Amanda Hayes, both accused of killing Laura Ackerson in July 2011.
Attorney General Roy Cooper and other law enforcement officials speak out against the Senate's budget proposal to move the SBI under the state Department of Public Safety.
Doctors and patients talk about surgical options for weight loss.
Interstate 40 westbound south of downtown Raleigh was closed Monday morning after a wreck near the split with Interstate 440 at mile marker 301. The road was expected to remain closed through the noon hour, according to the state Highway Patrol.
The House and Ways Committee holds a hearing on the Internal Revenue Service's practice of targeting conservative political groups. Steve Miller, acting commissioner of the IRS until Wednesday, will testify.
The House approved several bills before the "crossover" deadline, including measures on abortion and social media privacy.
Two westbound lanes of Interstate 40 are closed at Exit 295, Gorman Street (SR 1571), due to a vehicle fire.
All southbound lanes of Interstate 85 in Durham are closed at Hillandale Road due to a crash.
President Barack Obama answers questions about the growing scandal inside the Internal Revenue Service, where officials allegedly targeted conservative groups.
The state Senate repeals water-quality management rules for Jordan Lake and removes a cap on the number of coastal jetties.
President Barack Obama called extra scrutiny of conservative groups by the Internal Revenue Service "inexcusable" on Wednesday and said the agency's acting commissioner had resigned.
The House Judiciary Committee holds an oversight hearing for the Department of Justice. Attorney General Eric Holder is scheduled to testify.
The Senate Education Committee approved a bill that would allow county governments to take over property owned by school systems.
The Senate Agriculture Committee debates legislation that would limit the ability of local governments to pass restrictions on smoking.
The state House unanimously approves increasing penalties on drivers who pass stopped school buses.
N.C. Department of Transportation Secretary Tony Tata makes an announcement regarding the I-40/I-440 Rebuild Project.
The House gives tentative approval to a proposal that would remove a literacy test for voting from the state constitution.
The House Commerce Committee debates legislation that would reinstate 2009 energy conservation codes for buildings.
President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron of the United Kingdom hold a joint press conference from the East Room of the White House.
Melinda Gates gives the commencement address during graduation Sunday, May 12, 2013, at Duke University.
Officials with the state chapter of the NAACP hold a news conference at Martin Street Baptist Church in Raleigh to address recent arrests at the North Carolina General Assembly.
The state Senate passed bills that would require the teaching that abortion can be a cause of premature birth in subsequent pregnancies and additional discussion of the rights of public school students to prayer.
The House Homeland Security Committee holds a hearing on May 9, 2013, to examine the Boston bombings and the implications for homeland security.
Ariel Castro, the man accused of kidnapping and raping three women who he kept in his Cleveland, Oh. home for more than a decade, makes his first court appearance.
The state House approved a new method of funding highway projects and voted to repeal the state's estate tax.
The Senate Health Committee passes a bill that would require the notion that having an abortion leads to future health risks for women in the school health curriculum.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on May 8, 2013, holds a hearing entitled "Benghazi: Exposing Failure and Recognizing Courage."
The House Personnel Committee approves legislation that would change rules for hiring or firing state workers.
The Senate Education Committee approves bills affirming the rights of students to pray at school and the rights of certain university student organizations to manage their own affairs and leadership.
Amanda Berry was expected to speak publicly for the first time since breaking free of her kidnappers. However, her sister spoke instead, saying Amanda was not ready.
The Wake County Board of Education meets for its May 7, 2013, school board meeting.
Leadership Triangle presents a forum on Tuesday, May 7, 2013, about how immigration affects the local economy.
The NC House is scheduled to take final votes on bills to expand concealed carry rights, limit Pre-K eligibility and allow sales of beer in stands at sporting events.
The Wake County Board of Education meets for its May 7, 2013, work session.
The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee holds a hearing on a bill to increase border security and modernize immigration policy.
Cleveland Police Department officials provide an update on the investigation of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, three kidnapped women who were found safe Monday.
The NC House is expected to take a final vote on changes to pre-kindergarten eligibility and to consider bills that would expand gun rights and define additional state symbols
Lawmakers hear from commercial and recreational fishermen on a proposal to make red drum, black drum and speckled trout off limits to commercial fishermen.
The news for Saturday, May 4, 2013.
The House meets to discuss a measure that would cut down the number of children eligible for state-funded pre-K programs.
The North Carolina Senate debates bills on boat fees, public charter schools, environmental reform and consumer finance changes.
The House Commerce Committee approves bills that would clear the way for nonprofit gambling game nights and make it an unfair trade practice to require contractors to hire union labor.
The House approve legislation that would shift control of Asheville's water system to a regional authority.
The Senate Finance Committee debates repealing state subsidies for renewable energy companies.
President Barack Obama announces his intent to nominate Rep. Mel Watt (D-N.C.) to direct the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) and and Tom Wheeler to head the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Jonathan Wayne Broyhill, the suspect charged with murder in last week's stabbing death of political strategist Jamie Kirk Hahn, makes his first court appearance on April 30, 2013.
President Barack Obama takes questions from the White House briefing room Tuesday, April 30, 2013.
Prosecutors' opening statement on April 29, 2013, in the trial of Raven Abaroa, charged with first-degree murder in the April 26, 2005, stabbing death of his wife, Janet Abaroa.
Defense attorneys' opening statement on April 29, 2013, in the trial of Raven Abaroa, charged with first-degree murder in the April 26, 2005, stabbing death of his wife, Janet Abaroa.
The state Senate debates shifting control of Asheville's water system to a regional authority and a change in contracts health insurers sign with providers.
Construction to install a pedestrian bridge backs up traffic in both directions along Interstate 40 at the Fayetteville Road exit.
6pm News for Saturday, April 27, 2013.
Hundreds attend a memorial service at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church in Raleigh for Jamie Hahn, a 29-year-old political fundraiser who died Wednesday after being stabbed at her north Raleigh home.
A resentencing hearing for Laurence Lovette Jr., one of two men convicted in the death of former UNC-Chapel Hill student body president Eve Carson, has been delayed until June.
A memorial is held to remember the firefighters and first responders who died in the April 17 explosion at a West, Texas, fertilizer plant. The president and first lady attend.
The state House debates legislation that would restructure some key regulatory boards and a bill designed to improve public school security.
The state House approves legislation that would require voters to present photo identification at the polls, starting in 2016.
A memorial service is held for MIT police officer Sean Collier, who was fatally shot in Boston on April 19. Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to attend.
The House Rules Committee approved a bill establishing North Carolina's official amphibian and other state symbols.
The North Carolina Court of Appeals hears arguments on whether to overturn a Durham judge's ruling giving Mike Peterson, who was convicted in 2003 of killing his wife, a new trial.
The Wake County Board of Education approved a resolution supporting the current election process for school board members at an April 23, 2013, meeting.
The state House considers legislation that calls for mediation to reolve disputes between residents and their homeowners associations.
The state Senate approves a bill on April 22, 2013,that would redraw Wake County's school board districts and debates a bill requiring drug tests for those seeking benefits.
April 22, 2013, pre-trial motions hearing for Amanda Hayes and Grant Hayes, who are each charged with first-degree murder in the July 2011 death of Laura Jean Ackerson.
Part 1 of an April 22, 2013, pre-trial motions hearing for Amanda Hayes and Grant Hayes, who are each charged with first-degree murder in the July 2011 death of Laura Jean Ackerson.