Casey Mann will be promoted to executive director of the North Carolina Democratic Party, WNCN learned Sunday night. More>>
Just two days after he announced he would step down as head of the N.C. Senate Caucus for Democrats, Sen. Martin Nesbitt died Thursday at 67. More>>
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Greg Brannon touted a new endorsement Thursday, while rival Thom Tillis announced a $1.1 million television ad. More>>
An ailing Sen. Martin Nesbitt is back in Buncombe County after arriving there in an ambulance. More>>
Gov. Pat McCrory says he's looking at whether he'd like changes to a law phasing out job protections of North Carolina school teachers while giving raises to the highest-rated instructors who enter multiyear contracts. More>>
Sen. Dan Blue Jr. is taking over as leader of the N.C. Democrats in the Senate with Nesbitt facing an illness. More>>
North Carolina Democrats say the Republicans in charge of state government have refused teacher raises, reduced unemployment benefits and they declined to expand Medicaid in 2013. More>>
A highly-paid government contractor credited with saving North Carolina taxpayers millions left behind little documentary evidence of that work. More>>
Two more U.S. Senate candidates filed before the noon deadline, bringing to 12 those seeking to take Sen. Kay Hagan's seat. More>>
Endo Pharmaceuticals will pay North Carolina $1.5 million as part of a settlement to resolve allegations of unlawful marketing.
Singer and actor Clay Aiken is now officially making the switch to wear the hat of a North Carolina congressional candidate. More>>
The leader of a nonpartisan think tank that writes in-depth about North Carolina policy issues and potential solutions is retiring after more than 30 years at the post. More>>
Almost a third of North Carolina's 100 counties have received permission from the State Board of Elections to reduce early-voting hours. More>>
Gov. Pat McCrory's administration has hired a North Carolina native and lawyer with extensive experience on Capitol Hill to become the governor's chief advocate before the federal government.
The state Department of Health and Human Services presented a framework for revamping the state's $13 billion Medicaid program. More>>
House Speaker Thom Tillis embraced the Republican agenda he helped push through North Carolina state government as he filed officially for the U.S. Senate. More>>
A $10,000 raise per teacher was one of the suggestions that came out of a meeting today to discuss how to retain teachers in North Carolina. More>>
A recent three-time candidate for statewide office and a retired physician added their names to the list of GOP candidates seeking Kay Hagan's U.S. Senate seat. More>>
The Rev. William Barber says allowing vouchers for private schools is a step backward for North Carolina.
McCrory's office said he asked U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell for the administration to move forward with responsible development in oil, natural gas and wind energy. More>>
Sen. Neal Hunt of Raleigh had filed for re-election earlier this month but said he withdrew his candidacy papers Monday morning. More>>
Democrat Kay Hagan filed for re-election to the United States Senate on Monday.
A previously longtime state House member is now the vice chairwoman of the North Carolina Republican Party. More>>
Clay Aiken's campaign announced Friday that it surpassed $100,000 in individual donations more than a week after the former "American Idol" announced he was running for Congress. More>>
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was noncommittal on her political plans in an interview at the NADA convention. More>>
The public more often uses Google to learn the names of their current representatives, recent election results or the official state flower. More>>
House and Senate Republicans are providing more details about their competing plans to overhaul North Carolina's tax system. More>>
An animal protection group is running a television ad opposing a bill they say would make it harder to uncover animal abuse with whistleblower videos at North Carolina companies. More>>