Many Guilford County residents will get new representation in the state House with the departures of two long-serving members.
Three Winston-Salem/Forsyth County schools have come off the low-performing list after adopting a state model of reform called “Restart.” Three more schools in the district are now applying to do the same.
Rather than trying to keep their seats in Congress, two of North Carolina's U.S. representatives are vying for a role closer to home: state attorney general. It's one of the most closely watched attorney general races across the U.S. this year.
Officials and advocacy groups are working to educate the public ahead of the primary election on the state's photo ID laws.
North Carolina rail services generate billions of dollars for the state economy and provide environmental benefits according to a new NCDOT study.
North Carolina officials say 99% of the state's wildfires last year were caused by human activity.
North Carolina is teaming with the federal government to strengthen access to new sickle cell disease therapies.
Triad Cultural Arts was awarded a North Carolina Humanities Grant for the Shotgun House Legacy Site. $3,000 will be utilized to document significant narratives from residents concerning Black life in Winston-Salem throughout the Jim Crow and Civil Rights periods.
A new joint venture is planning to bring more than 130 jobs to Randolph County as a supplier to Toyota’s hybrid and electric vehicle battery manufacturing plant.
A Winston-Salem church has partnered with a New York-based nonprofit to purchase and forgive the medical debt of nearly 3,000 households in Wake County.