Monday 23 Jan 2017


North Carolina Gets $4.5 Million For Hurricane Damage

North Carolina is getting money from the federal government to help people who saw their homes destroyed by Hurricane Matthew’s flooding fill out paperwork and overcome complications to obtain housing […]

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Tillis Named Chairman of Senate Armed Services Subcommittee

Yesterday, NC Senator Thom Tillis was selected to serve as the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Personnel, the panel with jurisdiction over Department of Defense

DOT Customer Service Survey Deadline Extended

The N.C. Department of Transportation has extended the deadline for citizens to participate in its second annual customer survey until Jan. 31. All citizen feedback will be collected online.

Roy Cooper Presses To Expand Medicaid

Gov. Roy Cooper's administration is asking a federal judge to let him continue to take first steps toward expanding Medicaid coverage in North Carolina to potentially hundreds of

Judge Temporarily Halts NC Medicaid Expansion Effort

  RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A federal judge has temporarily blocked the federal government from quickly approving any proposal by North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper to expand Medicaid to

Cooper Adds Commerce, Administration Secretaries

Governor Roy Cooper named leaders to head the departments of Commerce and Administration Thursday as he builds his team to lead North Carolina for the next four years. As

Cooper Names New Commander Of NC Highway Patrol

Gov. Roy Cooper appointed Major Charles “Vic” Ward to serve as acting Commander of the North Carolina State Highway Patrol. Ward will replace Colonel William J. Grey who retired

FEMA Deadline Extended For Hurricane Matthew Assistance

Governor Roy Cooper today announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved the state of North Carolina’s request for a 14-day extension for Hurricane Matthew survivors to

Roy Cooper Vows To Find Consensus On Issues

North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper is vowing in his inaugural address to find consensus on issues but says he'll fight laws that attempt to make any state

Tips To Prepare For Winter Weather

Severe winter weather–including snow, ice, and freezing rain–is expected throughout the Carolinas tonight and continuing throughout the weekend. AAA Carolinas offers the following tips for driving in winter weather and