Walking to DC to protest health care changes and the impact on his daughter
Video: James Brigman is walking from his home in Rockingham, NC to Washington DC to protest changes to current health care laws. He's worried how it will affect his handicapped daughter. He came through Raleigh Monday to bring his message to Sen
NC GOP officials Robin Hayes and Dallas Woodhouse hold a press conference before delivering a letter calling for a federal investigation into Governor Roy Cooper's 58 million pipeline fund for potential Hobbs Act violations.
VIDEO: Senate Minority Leader Dan Blue, a Raleigh Democrat, talks about his reaction to sexual harassment allegations against Rep. Duane Hall and calls for tougher harassment policies at the legislature.
Video: Protesters hold a "die-in" to protest DACA immigration policies, saying many people die as a result of being deported. The rally was held at the Terry Sanford Federal Building in Raleigh on March 6, 2018.
Hendricks, 32, receives federal disability benefits because he has cerebral palsy. Social Security has strict rules on how much a disabled person can save. His NC ABLE account allows him to save more money than federal rules typically allow.
Durham Democrat Mickey Michaux reflects on North Carolina politics and the importance of HBCUs in NC. Michaux, the longest-serving member in the North Carolina House of Representatives, will retire at the end of his current term.
VIDEO: Gov. Roy Cooper said he would not veto a bill that would give North Carolina elementary schools more time to reduce class sizes but includes other legislative changes he opposes during a press conference at the Executive Mansion Wednesday,
VIDEO: NC Gov. Roy Cooper says Republican legislators are 'using our kids and now our schools as tools for their power grab and their partisan attacks is pretty low, even for them' during a press conference at the Executive Mansion Wednesday, Feb.
A highly anticipated announcement by North Carolina lawmakers comes as school districts have warned that they don’t have the thousands of additional classrooms or teachers needed to meet the state requirement to reduce class sizes in kindergarten
NC House Rules Chairman David Lewis held a press conference Wednesday afternoon to blast the plaintiffs in a legislative redistricting lawsuit for continuing their legal action as the candidate filing period looms. "Literally all they care about i