Congress has sent legislation to the president reviving and remaking a disputed post-9/11 surveillance program two days after letting it temporarily expire.
As the defamation lawsuit against former Brunswick County Schools Superintendent Edward Pruden goes through the court process, we've learned who is going to pay for the legal fees.
The Port of Wilmington is adding something new to its facility, and officials say it will bring more than 100 jobs to the area.
The Port of Wilmington was looking at millions from the state but Port officials say that bill is dead. The subsidy was proposed in Senate Bill 217.
Dozens of grave sites are safe for now, after the property owner of Walden Pond Pet Cemetery told pet owners they had 90 days to dig up their pets before he develops that land.
The pet owners filed a lawsuit against the owner in April. Their attorney Gary Shipman says on Monday a judge entered a preliminary injunction restraining the owner from requiring that anyone move graves or prohibiting anyone from visiting until a decision is made.
At public appearances in Raleigh and Wilmington, Governor Pat McCrory dodged questions from reporters after the events concluded. This comes the day after the senate voted to override McCrory's veto on a controversial bill on marriage in the state.
Town officials said a beach re-nourishment project that had to be extended due to weather and equipment delays should be completed by the end of the extension.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made it official Tuesday: He will hear Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension.
The town of Sunset Beach is calling more than $3-million in bonds due for the still unfinished Jaguar's Lair development. The town has been in mediation with the development's owners, tying to work something out, but leaders say they have been unable to reach an agreement.
The final vote to determine whether a vetoed bill will become law allowing some North Carolina court officials to avoid gay marriage proceedings may not happen quickly after all.