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The Clean Water Management Trust Fund has awarded Battleship North Carolina a grant of up to $400,000 to address flooding using nature-based infrastructure.
North Carolina Republicans leading the General Assembly aren't waiting much longer to pass a state budget, even without Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's blessing.
Rehearsing for a ceremony in high humidity and temperatures up to 95 degrees sent 18 soldiers at Fort Bragg in North Carolina to the hospital.
The General Assembly has decided that University of North Carolina system students shouldn't be subject to penalties that could cost them thousands of extra dollars to get their degrees.
Altered rules on how North Carolina student and employee identification cards must be authenticated before they qualify as voter identification required for next year's elections are advancing through the state legislature.
Environmentalists are honoring Mother Earth and discussing the work ahead to protect it.
At Monday’s meeting, New Hanover County Board of Commissioners unanimously voted to consolidate the county’s Public Health and Social Services departments into one human services agency.
A new bill proposed in the House would make it illegal in North Carolina to use hand-held communication devices, such as cellphones, behind the wheel while driving.
If approved by the General Assembly, the bill would require cyclists 16 and older to register their bikes and pay an annual fee of $10 for each bike used on public streets and highways.