A North Carolina House committee Tuesday approved two bills aimed at reducing industry regulation by the state, but also included dozens of provisions on other issues ranging from mug shot websites and tanning beds to mandating insurance coverage for autism.
In 1948, as Naomi Schenck was rushed into a North Carolina operating room because she was having a miscarriage, the then-17-year-old newlywed heard a doctor say: "Cut her."
A plan for Duke Energy to close all its North Carolina coal ash dumps by 2029 following this year's Dan River spill is ready for debate by the full Senate.
Rutherford County Commissioners passed a budget to get the county through the end of July.
Forest City Owls’ center fielder Maleeke Gibson has been bouncing around the lineup all season.
Gov. Pat McCrory says he's confident progress will be made this week with legislative leaders on putting together final adjustments for the North Carolina budget.
The Rutherford County Commission will hold a special meeting at 6 p.m. tonight at the County Office Building (289 North Main Street, Rutherfordton) to discuss the 2014-15 budget.
The North Caroilna House is backing new regulations for mopeds, requiring that the vehicles must be registered with the Division of Motor Vehicles just like motorcycles.
An unemployment insurance bill heading to Gov. Pat McCrory's desk makes changes he sought but also tinkers with a commission that makes final benefit appeal decisions.
Lawmakers want to make sure that absentee votes cast by North Carolina residents who die before an election will count.
With little debate, the House has approved changes to the state's environmental laws.
Edging back into a military role in Iraq, President Barack Obama on Thursday said he was dispatching up to 300 military advisers to help quell the rising insurgency in the crumbling nation. He called on Iraqi leaders to govern with a more "inclusive agenda" to ensure the country does not descend into civil war.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy of California, a former aide elected to Congress in his own right less than eight years ago, won election as House majority leader Thursday as fellow Republicans shuffled their leadership in the wake of Rep. Eric Cantor's primary defeat in Virginia.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy seems likely to inherit defeated Rep. Eric Cantor's No. 2 House Republican leadership job, but GOP restiveness along ideological and regional lines is on full display in a wide-open race for the party's next-ranking post of majority whip.
Lawmakers have finalized the requirements a new private nonprofit corporation must meet before it can take over business recruiting and marketing and tourism functions currently housed within North Carolina's government.
The General Assembly has received final approval to clarify a law on time limits for filing personal injury lawsuits in North Carolina courts.
Two senators unveiled a bipartisan plan Wednesday to raise federal gasoline and diesel taxes for the first time in more than two decades, pitching the proposal as a solution to Congress' struggle to pay for highway and transit programs.
North Carolina's attorney general says Duke Energy's coal ash pits must be cleaned up to protect the state's waterways, but consumers should not foot the bill.
House Republicans gathered Wednesday to hear pitches from candidates vying to be their new leaders as conservatives hoped they wouldn't be shut out of a top spot.
The dream of legally shooting BB guns alone for thousands of kids in North Carolina could become a reality with a bill moving through Legislature.
If you've been looking for a pickup truck, or maybe a Bush Hog, the city of Gastonia may have what you want.
All projects related to the expansion of U.S. 221 in Rutherford County have been placed on hold.
North Carolina legislative leaders are considering locating extra money so all children who applied and qualify for taxpayer money for tuition at private or religious schools can receive it.
Political and religious groups on North Carolina's public higher education campuses would be in charge of their internal affairs in legislation making its way through the General Assembly.
Some college students participated in a mock graduation at the General Assembly, asking North Carolina lawmakers to extend in-state tuition rates to students who are not in the country legally.