The American Civil Liberties Union and the Southern Coalition for Social Justice are challenging provisions of the law that eliminate a week of early voting, end same-day registration, and prohibit out-of-precinct voting.
A year after Gov. Pat McCrory created data-driven rankings to “take politics out of road building,” the governor has proposed borrowing $1 billion for new highway construction, possibly for road projects that scored near the bottom of h ...
So now that the last public hearing on the rules governing possible fracking in North Carolina has taken place, what’s next?
On Tuesday evening, the Federal Records Accountability Act, H.R. 5170, introduced by U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), passed the House unanimously, according to information provided by Meadows's office.
Gov. Pat McCrory said Wednesday that he hopes to overhaul North Carolina's transportation system and wants dollars to help fund the widening of Interstate 26 and turn Highway 74 into an interstate.
The N.C. Department of Administration announced the 11 members of the Academic Standards Review Commission on Tuesday and provided notice of its inaugural meeting.
The little-known state office is tasked with maintaining good government in North Carolina. A CPP investigation of the commission's first seven years shows a bipartisan effort that's constrained by a lack of resources, strict confidentialit ...
In the fourth and final public hearing on North Carolina's fracking-related rules, mountain residents largely decried the proposed rules, expressing concerns about ground and surface-water pollution, industrial accidents, pipeline failures ...
At a forum held Tuesday, state officials fielded questions about fracking-related health and environmental concerns and presented information on how proposed rules overseeing natural gas exploration in the state were developed.
The state has retreated from its plan to collect rock samples this year in Jackson and the other far-western counties to test for indications of shale gas deposits.