A slight majority of North Carolina residents say the public shouldn't have to pay to obtain copies of government records, according to a poll released Wednesday.
State lawmakers and Gov. Pat McCrory appear to be in agreement that they will increase teacher pay next year, but the legislative session is more than five months away and the details of the plan remain foggy.
Twelve protesters, including the state president of the NAACP, were back in court Tuesday on charges they disrupted state lawmakers during an April demonstration at the Legislative Building.
State budget chief Art Pope came face to face with one of his most vocal critics Monday morning while responding to a planned picketing campaign targeting his family's chain of discount stores.
More than 40 new state laws are scheduled to take effect on Sunday. Most deal with criminal offenses and punishments. Some of this year's laws came straight from the headlines.