Wednesday 29 Mar 2017


Governor: Gear Up For Severe Weather

Governor Roy Cooper has declared March 5-11 Severe Weather Awareness Week and urges North Carolinians to prepare and practice safety plans in case severe weather strikes. North Carolina is traditionally an […]

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NC Attorney General Josh Stein Takes on Generic Drug Manufacturers

Attorney General Josh Stein announced this week that North Carolina has joined a federal antitrust lawsuit alleging that six generic drug-makers entered into illegal conspiracies to unreasonably restrain trade,

Cooper Unveiling First Budget Plan As Governor

Democrat Roy Cooper is unveiling his first state budget as North Carolina's governor, a proposal expected to focus heavily on public education. Cooper was slated to announce his two-year

Lawmakers Support Cancer Checkoff

A group of lawmakers , some of whom are breast cancer survivors, are pushing for a plan that would allow taxpayers to check a box on their annual

NC Vehicle Tax Records Now On Line

Taxpayers across North Carolina no longer have to scramble to find paper copies of vehicle property tax receipts when preparing their tax returns. The N.C. Division of Motor

Federal Prosecutors Accuse NC Man Of Making Online Threats

Federal prosecutors have accused a North Carolina man of posting threats against non-Muslims online. The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District said 27-year-old Garrett Grimsley, of Cary, appeared

Governor Releases Project List

Governor Roy Cooper has submitted several ‘shovel ready’ infrastructure projects to be considered by the federal government. Cooper’s administration provided the list of projects at the request of the

Records Show Poll Supported HB2

Newly released records show former Republican Gov. Pat McCrory signed a state law nullifying anti-discrimination protections for LGBT people after seeing a poll indicating the move would be

Day Without Immigrants Movement

A nationwide movement is planned for today to show support for immigrants. Organizers are calling for immigrants not to go to work, open their businesses, buy anything, and they're

Governor Offers HB2 Compromise

There’s a new compromise on the table to repeal HB2, and it comes from Governor Roy Cooper.  But the proposal has already drawn criticism by the Senate’s top