The protests are being organized by dozens of advocacy groups, which want an independent commission examining any Russian ties to the election or to the Trump campaign.
North Carolina's cities and counties could let restaurant patrons order a cocktail with Sunday morning brunch in legislation that's cleared one chamber of the General Assembly.
Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey wants to remind all North Carolinians to be prepared for the 2017 hurricane season, which begins June 1 and ends Nov. 30.
Department of Social Services is investigating after police said a woman abandoned an infant Thursday night in west Charlotte.
A Florida judge says she wants to know why two reports on the mental health differ before deciding whether a woman accused of trying to kill her children by driving her van into the Atlantic Ocean in 2014 can be moved from a psychiatric hospital.
One of Duke Energy's North Carolina divisions wants to raise electricity rates by an average of 15 percent to pay for system upgrades, conversion to more natural gas and cleaning up coal ash pits.
A hearing starts Thursday to decide Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's lawsuit seeking to have the new law declared unconstitutional.
Negotiations by Republicans at the General Assembly to finalize a North Carolina state budget are starting to take shape.
The deadline is at hand for a contest that earns the winner a North Carolina farm.