Confused about who will be on your ballot? Here's a quick-and-easy way to look at your sample ballot before you cast your vote.
Following a protracted battle about whether to locate an early voting site at Appalachian State University, vote totals from the first two days of early voting show the location is far outpacing the other Watauga County sites.
In spending on judicial candidates, candidates for four seats on the North Carolina Supreme Court have been the only source of TV spending this fall. So far, spending has reached nearly $1.7 million.
This story launches an in-depth reporting project from Carolina Public Press about the future of the Pisgah and Nantahala national forests which are undergoing an extensive re-planning process that will ultimately oversee more than 1 millio ...
In late February, the North Carolina chapter of the Americans for Prosperity Foundation 2014 a group co-founded by the libertarian billionaire Koch brothers 2014 embarked on what it billed as a statewide tour of charter schools, a cornersto ...
A federal judge Tuesday became the second in five days to declare North Carolina’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, but he allowed Republican leaders a chance for appeal.
Potential measures — including new uses of city-owned land, expanded incentives for housing and overhauling development rules to allow more density — attracted skeptical questions from some Asheville City Council members.
The court decision is the latest development in Watauga County’s long-running dispute over voting rules in Watauga County, home to Appalachian State University, the largest public university in Western North Carolina.
Filling a gap in regional history – the missing story of African Americans in Western North Carolina – will be the aim of a new conference convened by history scholars at UNC Asheville.
Statements of Economic Interest, which must be filed yearly, offer a wealth of data on personal stakes that could sway public policy decisions in North Carolina.