SAN FRANCISCO — Soon, you could get fewer familiar ads following you around the internet — or at least on Facebook.
RALEIGH — North Carolina officials have approved parole for a woman serving a life sentence for plotting the murder of her husband.
NEW YORK — A subdued Jeffrey Epstein listened passively in court Wednesday as a judge said he won’t face trial on sex trafficking charges before June 2020, and more likely a few months afterward.
CHARLOTTE — When then-superintendent Heath Morrison resigned from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in 2014, the school board originally told the public that he was leaving to care for his ailing mother.
RALEIGH — North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper often got steamrolled by Republicans when they held comfortable legislative majorities during his first two years on the job. They could usually ignore his objections about their conservative agenda and override his vetoes.
GREENSBORO — An American Airlines flight attendant needed five stitches after being bitten by an emotional support dog on a flight to North Carolina.
David Winters, owner of a Screenmobile franchise in Charlotte, has helped his 20 staffers pay for car repairs and veterinary bills and assisted them in filing income tax returns or getting child support. He gives interest-free loans — which he often forgives.
RALEIGH — Burgeoning sales of a new crop that could help North Carolina farmers still transitioning away from once-profitable tobacco are facing complaints from law enforcement officials that smokable hemp makes it harder to enforce marijuana laws.
SOUTHERN PINES — North Carolina authorities are searching for a suspect they say stole a car with a 2-year-old child inside while the toddler's mother was making a food delivery for an online service.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Even though most seniors want to stay in their homes as long as possible, it isn’t always easy — especially for those facing mobility issues. But organizations like Habitat for Humanity are helping make existing homes more senior-friendly.
RALEIGH — The new election for North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District seat — required because last year’s contest was deemed tainted by a Republican political operative’s ballot collection efforts — is expected to cost taxpayers more than $1.2 million, the State Board of Elections said Friday.
RALEIGH — Allegations of flagrant absentee ballot fraud in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District have thrown the Election Day results of one of the nation’s last unresolved midterm congressional races into question.
RALEIGH — North Carolina’s Supreme Court is re-evaluating whether forcing sex offenders to be perpetually tracked by GPS-linked devices, sometimes for the rest of their lives, is justified or a Constitution-violating unreasonable search.
RALEIGH — Police filed charges Friday against three people accused of helping tear down a century-old Confederate statue during a protest this week at North Carolina’s flagship university.
RALEIGH — North Carolina legislative Republicans on Thursday advanced their goal of permanently requiring voters to show photo identification — a proposal previously thwarted this decade by veto and federal judges who declared a similar mandate racially discriminatory.
GASTONIA — A Belmont woman who served as a White House secretary and staff assistant for seven U.S. presidents has died.
BRYSON CITY — Nicole Parton tears up and her voice shakes when she talks about the bullying endured by her 11-year-old son, whose photo was taken while he was in a school restroom stall and shared on social media.
HIGH POINT — It was the Pizza Hut break-in heard ‘round the world.
RALEIGH — Before the 2016 elections, Billy Graham’s son went to the evangelist’s mountain home, seeking advice before a 50-state tour to pray with Christian voters.
Students hoisted "Stand United" signs. They chanted "''Hey, hey, ho, ho - the NRA has got to go" outside the White House. Others read the names of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High victims aloud in a somber tribute.
PORTLAND, Maine — The Trump administration is once again calling for the elimination of a heating assistance program that helps to keep the homes of low-income families warm. And once again, program supporters are vowing to fight it.