New information released by the Department of Defense shows a steady increase in the number of sex assaults reported to Fort Bragg officials over a 4-year period.
Stanley resident Sydney Morris thinks someone tried to set her up for a crime as she was headed home from work Tuesday night.
A North Carolina volunteer fire department has refused requests to take down the Confederate flag flying outside the station house, and county officials are threatening to restrict its funding.
A group of North Carolina emergency managers left to Puerto Rico Friday morning to assist with recovery efforts after Hurricane Maria.
North Carolina's unemployment rate remained unchanged at 4.1 percent for the fourth straight month in October, the best jobless rate the state has recorded in 17 years.
A day after the state announced plans to revoke Chemours' permit to discharge process wastewater from its Fayetteville Works plant, the company says it disagrees with the move.
The FBI has joined the search for a 20-year-old Lumberton woman who was last seen September 5 in the same area where three other women have been found dead.
The mother of a gunman who shot 14 people, killing four, during a rampage in Northern California said he called a day earlier, told her he had grown weary of constant feuding with his neighbors in a rural Northern California community and that he felt like he "was on a cliff and there's nowhere to go."