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A Wake County judge plans to take two to three weeks to decide whether a lawsuit challenging North Carolina's voter ID law should be dismissed or proceed to trial this summer. The case is rooted in an overhaul of NC election law that was adopted by the Republican-led General Assembly in 2013.
Ashley Garcia usually watches the Super Bowl with family and friends in her living room. But this year she is headed to Arizona for Super Bowl XLIX after she won an all-expenses-paid trip through McDonald's.
A century-old romance is discovered in Raleigh and described on a baker's blog. But who were J. Edwin and Annie, and did they ultimately find happiness?
North Carolina still lags behind other states when it comes to the economic well-being of its residents, a study found, despite the fact that the national and state economies have strengthened considerably during the five-year recovery.
Jeb Bush is suddenly the Republicans’ 2016 presidential front-runner, thanks to Mitt Romney’s decision Friday to forego the race – but skeptical conservatives and public wariness about Bush’s family make him highly vulnerable.
Charles H. Townes' inspiration for the predecessor of the laser came to him while sitting on a park bench, waiting for a restaurant to open for breakfast.
Lolly Wolly Doodle makes most of its sales through Facebook, using social media in a way that giant retailers have yet to manage.
Three bills heading for debate in the N.C. General Assembly involve midwives and nurse-midwives, who proponents say could play a major role in serving women in rural areas of the state.