General Assembly passes bill requiring Guilford County School Board to seat rejected GOP candidate
A new state law will require the Guilford County Board of Education to approve a previously rejected GOP candidate to fill a vacant seat, and make five other counties’ scho
Guilford County School Board rejects GOP pick for vacant seat for a fourth time
GOP Retains General Assembly Majority
Republicans retained control of the General Assembly after Tuesday's election, and with the win, the GOP will once again control how the state's political boundaries are drawn.
Report: NC Improving In Fight Against Forced Sex Labor
A new report finds that North Carolina's efforts to fight human trafficking improved over the last decade.
NC Lawmaker Pleads Guilty, Won't Finish Term
A North Carolina lawmaker is resigning in the wake of a guilty plea for cyberstalking.
Bill Would Allow Four Counties To Pay Victims Of NC Eugenics Program
A bipartisan group of local lawmakers has filed legislation that would allow four counties, including Guilford and Forsyth, to compensate victims of an old state eugenics program.
Newly Redrawn Districts Draw GOP Ire
Republican leaders are firing back at a federal court's decision to hire Stanford law professor Nathaniel Persily to redraw the state's legislative boundaries, saying the court never made a ruling
Looking Back At A Long Legislative Session
North Carolina lawmakers adjourned a marathon legislative season with a flurry of activity and an all-night session last week.
State Lawmakers End Marathon Session
The General Assembly has officially completed this year's work session after more than eight months on the job. It was the longest legislative session since 2001.