A lawsuit filed by former Cape Fear Community College President Ted Spring will proceed to trial, after a Federal judge denied the Motion filed by the Board of Trustees of CFCC to dismiss it.
A federal jury in North Carolina is awarding more than $20 million to 51,000 people on the Do Not Call registry who were contacted by Dish Network.
A North Carolina appeals court says a company running a string of taxpayer-funded charter schools and its founder cannot sue a former local school superintendent who criticized plans for a competing school.
The legal battle between a Brunswick County couple and the City of Boiling Spring Lakes is not over yet.
Two years to the day Mary Cochran died in a fire at Carolina Beach, her daughter filed a lawsuit against the man who set it.
The wife of an inmate who died in custody at the Greenwood County jail has sued the local newspaper, sheriff and coroner to prevent officials from releasing video footage of the last hour of his life.
It could be the first lawsuit of Election Day. Donald Trump's campaign is alleging polling place "anomalies" during early voting in the Las Vegas area last week.
The New Hanover County District Attorney's Office entered a Consent Judgement with the owners of two Market Street hotels.
A federal judge says two women who allege that Uber drivers sexually assaulted them, one in Boston and the other in South Carolina, can sue the ride-hailing company.
A former assistant police chief in Mocksville says he was at home sick when the man who was promoted over him arrived at his house to tell him he had been fired.