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The Triangle's jobless rate dropped to 5 percent in June - the lowest in six years - as this region continues to be one of the best performing economies in North Carolina.
Gov. Pat McCrory's push to create a new incentive program met stiff resistance in a North Carolina House committee Wednesday, as lawmakers recommended rejecting the Senate-approved measure.
Some House members say they'll push for changes that would allow Wake, Mecklenburg, Forsyth and Guilford counties to keep their authority to raise local sales taxes to 2.75 percent - or at least give them several more years to exercise the option.
Alumnus and five-time NBA all-star Grant Hill and his wife, Tamia, are giving $1.25 million to Duke University to support athletics and the Trinity College of Arts & Sciences.
A 27-year-old mother and her 26-year-old boyfriend were scheduled for Wake County court appearances Wednesday afternoon on child-neglect charges because burn scars were found on the back of her 5-year-old's legs, according to arrest warrants.
A Michigan State researcher finds that organ donations increase in states where safety laws are relaxed to let motorcyclists ride without protective helmets. But should public officials tout the effect of fatal accidents on organ-donation rates?
The proposal moves the McCrory administration, the House and health care providers closer to the position of Senate Republicans, who want to shift Medicaid to managed care entities that would take all responsibility for budget overruns.
Gov. Pat McCrory asked for $2 million to improve state death investigations, but the House and Senate budgets have proposed only $1 million. McCrory’s aides said Tuesday he’s still pushing his proposal.
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.