Cooper announces $7.7 million for college-level mental health programs
Governor Roy Cooper has announced almost $8 million dollars in funding to support mental health programs in state colleges and universities.
Cooper touts grants benefitting child care workers
Governor Roy Cooper visited High Point on Thursday to draw attention to enhanced funding for child care facilities.
Cooper investing federal funding in programs for postsecondary students and new teachers
Governor Roy Cooper has announced he will direct $14.5 million in federal funding to benefit postsecondary students and new teachers.
NC Gov. Cooper says he'll sign 2-year budget bill into law
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1 In 3 NC Workers In Cooper Order Still Not Fully Vaccinated
More than one-third of the 56,000 North Carolina government employees included in Democratic Gov.
NC House Gives Initial Approval To Budget Bill
The North Carolina House gave initial approval late Wednesday to a two-year budget, after Republicans who wrote the legislation touted its teacher pay hikes, income tax provisions and massive infra
Proposed NC Budget Still Lacks Money For Black History Monument
Several big differences remain between the House and Senate versions of North Carolina's roughly $26 billion budget including teacher raises, tax cuts, and emergency powers.
More North Carolinians Getting COVID Shot Amid Delta Variant
More North Carolinians came in for a COVID-19 vaccine last week than on any given week over the past two months, according to data state health officials released Tuesday.
Cooper Announces $20M Loan For Forsyth County Water, Sewer Project
Governor Roy Cooper's office has approved a $20 million loan for a Forsyth County water and sewer renovation project.