On the cusp of Carolina Public Press’ new Nonprofit Disclosures workshops, here’s how to find key information on local organizations that get government money, including the top recipients of Buncombe’s recent round of community grants.
Statements of Economic Interest, which must be filed yearly, offer a wealth of data on personal stakes that could sway public policy decisions in Nort ...
The little-known state office is tasked with maintaining good government in North Carolina. A CPP investigation of the commission's first seven years ...
Papers filed by Sheriff Keith Lovin and the SBI follow the troubled trail of cash and guns seized by two now-defunct WNC drug task forces. Meanwhile, ...
How much are North Carolina’s citizens permitted to know about the government and corporate operations that could affect their daily lives? A slew of new state legislation addressed that question.
While finding the APD in compliance with most of the criteria for a national criminal-information network, the bureau, in a newly published review from last year, documented the department's shortcomings in securing key data.
While the program mostly wins praise, city consultants recommend improvements to public outreach and handling of cash following an audit of the city-owned facility.
Lee Smith, who pled guilty last year to stealing drug evidence, will find out his sentence on June 17. Buncombe District Attorney Ron Moore confirms he'll make the audit about missing evidence public.
Campaign finance reports, and interviews with Rep. Tim Moffitt and others, reveal InTouchNC’s reach — and that Moffitt is his company’s biggest client. A Carolina Public Press investigation.
Though transparency was a key issue in Todd Williams’ campaign to unseat District Attorney Ron Moore, it remains unclear when the audit, conducted in 2012, will be released to the public.