@NC Capitol: Top 25 Stories
NC offered Foxconn $570M, but firm took a much higher deal
North Carolina promised tax breaks and other incentives worth more than $570 million to attract a Foxconn electronics plant that could employ 8,800 people, but the state lost out to Wisconsin's five-times-larger offer, documents released Monday show.
NC elections officials: State not targeted in Russian hack
Elections officials say Russian hackers targeting election systems across the United States last year skipped North Carolina with their cyberattacks.
McCrory not closing door to 2020 run
Almost nine months after leaving office following a narrow defeat, former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory says he's keeping himself busy with work, buying a new home and recently weighing in on the news of the day as a pundit on a Charlotte radio station.
Cooper: North Carolina joining pollution-reduction alliance
Gov. Roy Cooper says North Carolina is joining more than a dozen other states with a goal of meeting greenhouse gas emission reductions even with President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord.
Judicial nominee: I'll follow NC voter ID ruling
A prominent legal defender of North Carolina voting restrictions ultimately struck down by a court as racially biased said Wednesday that his future decisions as a federal judge wouldn't ignore that ruling if he is confirmed to the bench.
Published: 2011-01-28 17:11:00
Updated: 2014-08-27 14:33:42