Governor Roy Cooper says more people now face imminent threat than when Florence, now a tropical storm, was offshore.
North Carolina officials say parts of the state could experience a once-in-a-millennia flood as Hurricane Florence dumps rain for days to come.
Gov. Roy Cooper sounded the alarm on Hurricane Florence once again Wednesday in a televised appearance with members of his emergency management team.
North Carolina's governor has urged residents to get prepared for Hurricane Florence as the state braces for a possible direct strike.
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A state judicial panel says questions on two new proposed amendments to the North Carolina Constitution should remain on November ballots.
Governor Roy Cooper wants to tackle North Carolina's infant mortality rate, which is one of the worst in the nation.
The North Carolina House has made quick work of two proposed revised amendments to the state constitution that would go before voters in November.
The North Carolina General Assembly is heading into its second special session of the year to rewrite two constitutional amendments struck down by a court this week.