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Hundreds of people filled Legion Stadium on Saturday afternoon to hear the words of the Reverend Franklin Graham.
North Carolina Republican lawmakers in Raleigh and Washington say they're seeking more answers about why long-term federal hurricane recovery funds are inching out for housing repairs or reimbursements.
Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper is meeting with North Carolina public school teachers to try to build additional pressure upon Republicans to resolve the two-month budget stalemate to his liking.
Immigration law-enforcement legislation that North Carolina Republicans have idled for months in the General Assembly is back in gear.
A North Carolina university official has resigned from his post in the wake of complaints by conservative activists about his Twitter posts that made disparaging comments about Republicans.
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.
Many of the 10 Republicans who want to be North Carolina's newest U.S. House member plan to discuss their differences.
The district that now stretches from part of Charlotte to western Bladen County has been held by Republicans for half a century.
People unhappy with recent trends in drawing congressional and legislative maps are gathering on a North Carolina campus to talk about ways they say will make redistricting more equitable.