In the year since the Winston Weaver fertilizer plant fire, five lawsuits have been filed against the company alleging negligence.
Thirty-nine former students have filed a lawsuit against the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, alleging they were sexually abused by members of the school's faculty and staff.
With North Carolina courts closed for in-person appearances through mid-January due to a surge in COVID-19 cases, eviction hearings are temporarily put on pause.
Non-essential in-person court proceedings in North Carolina will be halted starting Monday for 30 days due to a surge in COVID-19 cases, the chief justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court announ
Legal Aid of North Carolina is suing some state and county court officials over uneven enforcement of a federal eviction moratorium by some counties.
Courts in Winston-Salem continue to move forward with evictions. This comes after a national moratorium was issued on evictions designed to halt them for reasons of non-payment.
A North Carolina judge says that state prisons have failed to comply with a court order mandating actions to be taken regarding COVID-19.