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North Carolina churches with schools on their property may not be able to allow attendees with concealed carry permits to be armed outside of school hours.
Two dozen more bills have been signed into law by Gov. Roy Cooper.
Police in North Carolina’s capital city have arrested 11 more people during demonstrations outside the Executive Mansion focused on urging Gov. Roy Cooper to veto a measure addressing death investigation records.
Longtime North Carolina state Rep. Jean Farmer-Butterfield has been nominated by Gov. Roy Cooper to join a state panel that reviews unemployment benefit appeals.
North Carolina Lt. Gov. Dan Forest has filed his lawsuit challenging Gov. Roy Cooper’s decisions to shutter businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic without getting the backing of other elected officials.
Governor Roy Cooper on Wednesday gave himself an extension to complete what is perhaps his most critical decision yet this pandemic: how to reopen schools.
A top North Carolina legislator says lawmakers will soon will take another look at a bill that keeps certain police investigative records secret when forwarded to the state medical examiner.
Demonstrators gathered outside the North Carolina Executive Mansion in downtown Raleigh overnight to protest recent legislation they feel could hide critical information from the public.
Two Civil War cannons that were at a Confederate monument in Raleigh are now at Fort Fisher.