The State Highway Patrol along with the Wildlife Resources Commission have launched a campaign to combat impaired drivers on the roads and on the water.
People who post their violent crimes online in North Carolina would automatically see their prison sentences increased in legislation advancing in the General Assembly.
Police say a mother left her child in a hot car while she shopped at Ulta.
North Carolina will receive $31 million to address the opioid crisis.
North Carolina's alcohol enforcement agency is investigating after two children were served alcoholic beverages instead of the non-alcoholic ones that were ordered.
A North Carolina school district has confiscated yearbooks at one high school after officials saw a senior's quote that read, "Build the Wall."
Legislation that would end a practice of automatically prosecuting 16- and 17-year-olds for crimes as adults is advancing in the North Carolina House.
The North Carolina Division of Public Health is encouraging North Carolinians to make sure they are up-to-date on their vaccines after seven mumps cases were identified in North Carolina residents in April.
The North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles is now producing the state's first "REAL IDs."
Authorities say a teenage girl has been accused of stabbing and throwing bleach on the face of another teenage girl.