Two more Republicans say they're running for Congress. One is seeking to succeed retiring GOP Rep. Howard Coble and the other to challenge current Republican incumbent Renee Ellmers.
A U.S. Army soldier who served in Afghanistan is pleading guilty to taking kickbacks from trucking contractors and stealing fuel.
As the U.S. job market improves, it's also evolving, with winners and losers.
South Africans flocked to houses of worship for a national day of prayer and reflection to honor former President Nelson Mandela, starting planned events that will culminate in what is expected to be one of the biggest funerals in modern times.
Cumberland County Sheriff Earl "Moose" Butler is leading his deputies and some volunteers for a shopping trip designed to give a little Christmas joy for those less fortunate.
A New Hanover County commissioner has been arrested for the fourth time since he was elected to the board in 2010.
It doesn't rival Amazon and Travelocity, but President Barack Obama's much-maligned health insurance website finally seems to be working reasonably well most of the time.
A long-awaited study by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows a link between tainted tap water at a U.S. Marine Corps base in North Carolina and increased risk of serious birth defects and childhood cancers.
Gov. Pat McCrory on Friday blamed the emergency shutdown of the only bridge linking Outer Banks islands to the mainland on an environmental lawsuit that has held up construction of a replacement to the Bonner Bridge.
A lawsuit filed more than a decade ago against Attorney General Roy Cooper and his campaign for a television commercial aired during his first winning run for the job may finally go to trial this spring.