A new study of incarceration trends shows people who are Black or Native American make up more than half of North Carolina’s prison population.
The North Carolina Court of Appeals issued a ruling Tuesday that a man should not lose his parental rights because of strict parole conditions imposed by another state.
UNC-Greensboro released its fall enrollment numbers Tuesday, showing increases in first-time college students after budget cuts and declines in student numbers that have threatened programs and positions across the regional university.
Reverend Katie Black had been serving her United Methodist Church (UMC) congregation for less than a year when a member knocked on her office door and told her the congregation had been praying about withdrawing from the denomination.
One year after the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, a once-in-a-generation investment in the climate and clean energy, it is clear that the landmark law has already had positive impacts on the national and state economies.
In the quest for economic growth, some small businesses in North Carolina are facing challenges in accessing funding from federal economic stimuli, such as the Infrastructure Bill, Build Back Better, and the American Rescue Plan Act.
Research shows that members of “Generation Z” – now in their teens to mid-20s – are almost twice as likely to struggle with mental health issues as other generations.
A recent report by the nonpartisan public-policy organization Demos uncovers disturbing findings regarding the impact of voter-registration purges in ten states, including North Carolina.
In June 2023, home prices in the United States decreased by 0.83 percent compared to last year to a median price of $425,177, according to data from Redfin.
Imagine yourself in the following situation: Your children lack decent clothing and shoes and depend on reduced-price school meals to meet their weekly nutrition requirements.