N.C. NAACP petitions McCrory to expand Medicaid
The North Carolina chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People released a petition Nov. 26 against Governor Pat McCrory’s plans to deny Medicaid expansion under the...
Blue Cross Blue Shield provides insurance after ACA shuts plans down
Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina and state officials are working together to enact a policy that would allow hundreds of thousands of citizens to keep their current health care plans...
Data Quality Center releases educational data report
North Carolina is among one of the higher performing states with regard to educational data usage, according to the Data Quality Campaign.
North Carolina ranks No. 2 for heavy equipment theft
North Carolina has the second most heavy equipment thefts in the country, according to a report published by the National Insurance Crime Bureau.
N.C. state government advocates for Choose Life license plates
The North Carolina state government is appealing a court decision that said North Carolinians have the right to choose—to choose what goes on the back of their cars.
Teachers stage walk-in to protest cuts to public education
Educators across North Carolina staged a walk-in to protest the current state of public education.
N.C. State forest sale highlights value of Duke forest
North Carolina State University will soon be without one of its forests.
Forum tackles NC voter law implications
Students in North Carolina took steps to understand the implications of the North Carolina voting reform law that was passed this summer at a forum Monday night.
State Fair workers arrested after 5 injured on ride
Despite five people getting injured while riding "the Vortex," families and groups of teenagers still poured into the fairgrounds of the North Carolina State Fair this year.
North Carolina teen pregnancy drops to record-low rate
There were approximately 39.6 pregnancies per 1,000 girls aged 15 to 19—down from about 44 pregnancies per 1,000 in 2011.
In wake of DOMA, Asheville official challenges N.C. Amendment One
An Asheville official is pushing the margins of North Carolina law in an attempt to allow same-sex marriages.
North Carolina cities among poorest in America, survey finds
On a new list of the country's top-ten poorest cities, three are in North Carolina.
High Point Market contributes $5.39 billion to regional economy, study finds
High Point Market, a semi-annual furniture expo in High Point, N.C., contributes $5.39 billion and over 37,000 jobs to the regional economy.
University opts out of N.C. law permitting handguns on college campuses, bars
As of today, licensed gun owners who are in public college in North Carolina are allowed to conceal their handguns in locked vehicles.
Salmonella sickens over 100 in Shelby, N.C.
More than 100 people fell ill with symptoms of salmonella after eating at a church barbecue in Shelby, N.C. earlier this month.
Randolph County Board of Education lifts ban on 'Invisible Man'
The Randolph County Board of Education has waived its initial ban on an award-winning novel.
UNC students demand equal tuition for undocumented immigrants
Students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are taking a stance for undocumented immigrants among them.
Professors mull the effects of North Carolina legislation
Political experts came together Monday evening to reflect on the tumultuous state of politics in North Carolina over the last year.
North Carolina home to three of the dirtiest power plants
North Carolina is home to three of the 50 power plants with the highest total carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S.
Raleigh police implements DWI checkpoints
Drinkers in downtown Raleigh will soon face a greater chance of enforcement if they drive while intoxicated.
Youth takes on Moral Monday movement
Demonstrators carrying three empty coffins led a long, silent procession of more than 200 to Gov. Pat McCrory’s executive mansion Monday.
Raleigh ranked sixth most desirable residential place for recent graduates
Those compiling the list looked at the affordability and lifestyle of the area, and found Raleigh to outperform similar college towns in both categories.
'Save the gun' law to redistribute confiscated firearms
Under the provision of a new policy in North Carolina, law enforcement agencies can no longer destroy confiscated or unclaimed firearms.
N.C. residents discuss Republican take-over of General Assembly
The Black Caucus of North Carolina held a town hall meeting Wednesday outlining issues facing the state, including health care and voting rights.
State mandates online health care price
The hospital price transparency bill that was signed into effect on August 21 has elicited criticism from the Duke health community.
'Father of sociobiology' to teach at Nicholas School
The hardest job on campus: a history of Duke's provosts
Trustees to consider architect for new Student Health and Wellness Center
Online edu still garnering mixed responses at Arts and Sciences Council
New store Letters to open amidst indy bookshop revival