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Dix Park Conservancy, the nonprofit working with the City of Raleigh to raise money for and develop Dorothea Dix Park, announced on Wednesday that long-time public servant Janet Cowell will take over leadership effective Jan. 18.
Multiple sources tell WRAL News they expect former State Treasurer Janet Cowell to jump into the Democratic primary for the 2020 U.S. Senate race.
State Treasurer Janet Cowell, who is not seeking re-election, will be traveling to Jordan and Germany early next year to work with Syrian refugees.
Just because they sign up for statewide office does not mean top officials need to give up other sources of income.
State Treasurer Janet Cowell says a controversial proposal for state employee health insurance is "off the table" going forward.
The board overseeing the health plan that serves North Carolina state workers is contemplating changes that employee advocates says will make it "the worst state health plan in the United States of America."
North Carolina Treasurer Janet Cowell has been writing and calling donors and colleagues to say that she will not seek re-election in 2016.
The state Senate on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to a proposed constitutional amendment that would make big changes in how the state takes in and spends money, but critics warned it could damage the state's fiscal stability and long-term growth.
State Treasurer Janet Cowell says state lawmakers have plenty of room to borrow money for projects this year. The debate will be more about politics than percentages.
State Treasurer Janet Cowell discusses North Carolina's 2015 debt capacity.
Rep. Edgar Starnes, R-Caldwell, says he will resign from the General Assembly to take a job in the State Treasurer's Office.
Rep. Edgar Starnes, R-Caldwell, talks about why he is resigning from the General Assembly to take a job with the State Treasurer's Office.
Longtime state lawmaker Rep. Edgar Starnes is resigning his House seat for a new job in the state Treasurer's office.
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State Treasurer Janet Cowell said Monday that state workers and retirees won't have to pay the planned 2.14 percent increase in premiums next year because the State Health Plan is doing better than expected financially.
State Treasurer Janet Cowell on Monday asked legislative leaders to pass a handful of reforms to upgrade oversight of North Carolina's $86 billion public pension fund.
One day before Duke Energy holds its annual shareholder meeting, North Carolina Treasurer Janet Cowell is adding her voice to the chorus of major investors calling for more information from the Charlotte-based utility about the February coal ash spill in the Dan River.
A state employees' organization called Tuesday for a criminal investigation into State Treasurer Janet Cowell's handling of the state's $87 billion pension fund.
The State Employees Association of North Carolina has accused the State Treasurer's Office of hiding millions of dollars paid to money managers handling the state's $86 billion pension for state employees, teachers and retirees.
Lawmakers this year handed State Treasurer Janet Cowell authority to tweak the strategy of the state pension to boost earnings, but state workers say the increased risk isn't worth it.
State employees say a proposal to give the state treasurer power to approve wellness incentives for the state employee health plan could end up costing workers.
A newly created regional authority would take control of North Carolina's largest airport under a bill tentatively approved by the Senate Tuesday. A vote to send the measure to the House is expected Wednesday.
The state Treasurer says repaying the federal government money borrowed for unemployment insurance would "catapult over" the state's self-imposed debt limit.
A week after he was sworn in to office in a private ceremony, Gov. Pat McCrory took a public oath of office Saturday morning in North Carolina's traditional inauguration ceremonies.