Many health professionals believe North Carolina not at risk for the Ebola virus.
Most of North Carolina’s public schools are preparing to do more with less this year. The State's General Assembly cut funding for new textbooks by nearly 80 percent, which means many schools will have to recycle old ones...again.
WFU journalism professor sees firsthand the human cost of the Syrian civil war.
North Carolina’s new voting law will be in effect during the 2014 November General Election.
Hundreds of property owners want a judge to force the state to buy them out.