Gov. Pat McCrory and Republicans legislative leaders are at odds over funding for North Carolina's roads, and their competing proposals are leading to more debate.
A bill that would allow quicker changes to North Carolina's execution process and block information about the manufacturing of lethal injection drugs has passed the legislature and is going to the governor.
A professor at the University of Georgia says he has found no evidence that the new election law in North Carolina had an impact on turnout in the 2014 election.
After speaking at the Sheriff's Association 2015 Annual Training Conference this morning, Gov. Pat McCrory had a simple message to lawmakers in the General Assembly.
An expert has testified that North Carolina had only two cases of verified voter fraud between 2000 and 2014 among the 35 million votes cast in all its elections.
Debate over the appropriateness of Confederate symbols continues to rage in North Carolina this week, but it remains to be seen how Gov. Pat McCrory will respond to pressure to act coming from both sides.
A deal brokered between North Carolina lawmakers and ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft to place regulations on the app-based companies has passed the Senate and will go to the House.
The director of North Carolina's Board of Elections says more than 96,000 people who used same day voter registration in 2012 might not have been able to cast a ballot if the state's new election law had been in effect.