Americans' perceptions of President Barack Obama are falling not only on his handling of the economy and other big issues, but also on more personal qualities such as honesty, a poll finds.
Public school advocates sued the state Wednesday in a bid to block a new law that would let taxpayer money be used by low-income students wishing to attend private or religious schools.
A North Carolina legislator has resigned following her arrest on felony tax charges.
Durham's police chief says a teenager who died while inside a patrol car shot himself in the head.
North Carolina's new tax overhaul law means potentially millions of workers have to fill out updated forms to adjust the amount regularly withheld from their paychecks to pay taxes.
The technology chief at the state Department of Health and Services told legislators Tuesday the agency's new computer system for processing Medicaid claims is working well, despite a critical audit and complaints from medical professionals.
A Union County couple has been indicted after an 11-year-old boy was found handcuffed to a porch with a dead chicken tied to his neck last month.
The state's Charter Advisory Board finished questioning representatives of eight schools on Tuesday before voting on whether to renew their charters for 2014.
A new North Carolina Medicaid billing system continues to falls short on addressing defects months after coming online in the summer and on completing government-mandated changes on time, according to a state performance audit released Monday.
Items owned by a North Carolina company that bilked more than $600 million from investors in a Ponzi scheme are being auctioned to help a federal court-appointed receiver recoup some of the money.