A man awaiting a new trial in the death of his wife six years ago has pleaded guilty to lesser charges.
Multiple media outlets reported that 40-year-old Brad Cooper pleaded guilty to second-degree murder on Monday in Raleigh.
Officials in Cary are trying to determine how five tons of dried human waste caught fire and burned.
A federal appeals court has says the town of Cary did not violate a man's First Amendment rights when it fined him for a sign painted on his house.
In the wake of the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary, teachers in the Triangle have responded by spending their Sunday in the classroom, in a free firearms training course.
Cary officials have axed one of the state's last red-light traffic camera systems.
A former youth director at a Raleigh area church has pleaded guilty to sexual exploitation of a minor.
One of the hostages who survived a standoff at a Cary bank is suing the town's police department, saying they mistreated him after he was released by the would-be robber.
"I think we ought to suspend, perhaps, elections for Congress for two years and just tell them we won't hold it against them - whatever decisions they make - to just let them help this country recover. I really hope that someone can agree with me on that," Perdue said.
Cary-based Grand Furniture Gallery is under court order not to take any new online orders or payments until it fulfills existing orders or provides refunds, Attorney General Roy Cooper said Monday.
A federal official told leaders in Cary that
the recent search for a site for a new immigration office was badly