The settlement, which will end a wrongful incarceration lawsuit filed by attorneys for Ronnie Wallace Long, also included a public apology from the city of Concord for its role in his imprisonment.
Bishop William J. Barber II, who suffers from a chronic and painful form of arthritis, was escorted out of an AMC movie theater after he tried to use his own chair in the accessible section.
A voting bloc that hasn't gotten as much national attention, Native voters are an influential constituency in several swing states, making them a group to watch in 2024.
A disturbance is likely to strengthen into a tropical storm when it's expected to hit North Carolina late Friday, forecasters said, posing flooding and other threats as far north as New Jersey.
Anderson Clayton is the youngest — and only Gen Z — state party chair in the country. She wants to help President Biden win over young and rural voters in her state next November.
President Biden and others have lauded Mandy Cohen's pandemic leadership in North Carolina. Those in the state's most vulnerable communities tell a more nuanced story about the new CDC director.
There were only an estimated seven red wolves left in the wild when a coalition of conservation organizations decided to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Police are still working to identify the vehicle and driver in the Sunday afternoon incident.
A tornado that ripped through a Pfizer plant in Rocky Mount, N.C., raised worries about shortages of medicines used in hospitals. The drugs include commonly used painkillers and anesthetics.
The three men were found unresponsive Sunday morning in a privately owned car at a Speedway gas station in Hampstead, N.C. Medical authorities pronounced all three dead the same day.
One North Carolina family's six-figure medical bill came from a state hospital. The attorney general, who is running for governor and says he's against high medical costs, tried to collect the debt.
A group called Patriotic Millionaires has failed to get Congress to raise their taxes or boost the minimum wage. Now they're taking their concerns about inequality to swing-state voters.
A U.S. Supreme Court decision a decade ago that tossed out the heart of the Voting Rights Act continues to reverberate across the country. Republican-led states continue to pass voting restrictions that, in several cases, would have been subject to federal review had the court left the provision intact.
A grand jury in Georgia has indicted three former sheriff's officers in the beating of a Black jail detainee that was recorded by security cameras.
The Army's training hub in Georgia is now officially called Fort Moore. The Army completed a name change Thursday that's been a year in the making at the base known previously as Fort Benning.