Out of all 50 states and D.C., North Carolina was ranked 48th for funding level, with a cost-adjusted, per-pupil funding level $4,695 below the national average.
Just months after Republicans won a majority on the state Supreme Court in November’s election, Republican leaders in the General Assembly are asking the high court to throw out last year’s decision on redistricting and voter ID.
Attorney General Josh Stein’s campaign announcement video took direct aim at Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson and his history of disgusting and offensive views.
A few weeks ago we told you about Wilmington being rated as one of the best beer cities in the country. This week we can
Citing security concerns, North Carolina became the latest state to ban the use of TikTok on state phones and devices. In an executive order signed
Right before the new year, North Carolina released a plan to reduce North Carolina’s carbon emissions by 70% by 2030 and get to net zero
An overhaul of the state’s teacher compensation is alarming educators as their ability to receive a liveable salary is tied to student test scores, evaluations
HB 755 would erase LGBTQ+ voices from curriculum, put a target on educators and and require mandatory reporting to parents if a student begins to question their sexual identity in school.
Beginning teachers in Alabama will earn 17% more than new teachers in NC and teachers with 35+ years of experience will earn 23 percent more than those with the same experience here.
The Kansas results show that voters are energized by the United States Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and are willing to take action to protect abortion access at the state level.
From the mountains in Asheville to the coast in Wilmington, you can find many things while taking a trip east or west on Interstate 40 in North Carolina. One of those things? Great breweries.
“It is one of the few options residents and visitors have for accessing our far eastern counties, and this bridge replacement will serve our state for decades to come,” Gov. Roy Cooper said.
For the second time, Chief Justice Paul Newby has chosen a former classmate and friend to oversee a hugely important education funding case.
Within the next few weeks, multiple North Carolinians who have been accused or convicted of crimes related to the insurrection will either be brought to trial or sentenced for their role in the attack.