Gov. Pat McCrory's veto of a bill that would allow some North Carolina court officials to refuse to perform gay marriage activities because of religious objections has been negated by the state Senate.
Former Brunswick County Schools Superintendent Edward Pruden is facing a lawsuit over alleged defamatory statements.
In January, founder of Roger Bacon Academy, Baker Mitchell, sued Pruden over false accusations.
Two people have been hurt after a small plane crashed while apparently trying to land at the Siler City Municipal Airport in Chatham County.
Seven students from a Lincoln County High School were arrested for a senior prank.
Police have arrested a man after a dog was found with electrical tape around its muzzle last week in North Charleston.
The N.C. Department of Transportation is warning people to stay off of railroad tracks following the deaths of 9 people who have been hit by trains so far this year.
The Wilmington Sharks captured their third consecutive win on Monday. We were at the Shark Tank to check it out.
More than 200 Virginia students probably won't have to retake their SAT exams after all: Officials who blamed UPS for losing the box of tests say it's been found at the school.
The Senate has given its final approval to additional rules surrounding abortion in North Carolina, primarily one extending the waiting period for a woman to obtain the procedure from 24 hours to 72.
The North Carolina Board of Elections will meet later this month to decide whether an investigation of a longtime state senator's campaign committee finances should be referred to prosecutors for potential charges.