N.C. lawmakers will soon take steps to improve the state’s troubled medical examiner system. But those changes likely won’t be as dramatic as some lawmakers and experts had hoped - at least not for 2015.
Clergy and NAACP members from across North Carolina met behind closed doors Friday with Roy Cooper, North Carolina’s attorney general, to discuss his decision not to retry Randall “Wes” Kerrick, the Charlotte police officer who shot and killed an unarmed man.
School test scores released Wednesday showed little change from last year. Eighty-eight percent of the D and F grades went to schools with the highest concentrations of low-income students. State Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson talked about what's needed for significant state gains.
Eight universities, including Duke, and environmental groups argue in a paper published Tuesday that high-decibel seismic testing for oil and gas in ocean waters should be controlled and monitored like pollution.
Senior House Budget Chairman Nelson Dollar explains how House leaders are responding to the Senate's offer to fund teacher assistants and driver's education in the budget agreement if the House agrees to make concessions. Video by Colin Campbell, email@example.com