by Zack Ford May 29, 2015
A bill that would have allowed state officials to refuse to officiate marriages for religious reasons will not become law.
by Samantha Page May 28, 2015
The state is paying more than $200,000 to find oil and gas reserves.
by Ari Phillips May 14, 2015
The fine is a result of the utility company's years of dumping coal waste into North Carolina’s rivers.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee May 9, 2015
“It was never intended to protect Latinos from Latinos,” Gaston County District Attorney Locke Bell said.
by Emily Atkin May 6, 2015
Duke Energy denies its coal ash ponds are causing the contamination, saying it is naturally-occurring.
by Tara Culp-Ressler May 5, 2015
"When I first read the bill, this was the provision that frightened me the most."
by Samantha Page May 1, 2015
Solar advocates are still planning to rally on Monday for more access to residential solar.
by Samantha Page Apr 30, 2015
It only took two weeks for the Republican-led House in North Carolina to introduce and pass a bill gutting the state's environmental law.
by Emily Atkin Apr 23, 2015
Sherry Gobble has been wary of drinking the tap water in her neighborhood for more than a year. On Monday, her fears were confirmed.
by Shiva Polefka - Guest Contributor Apr 16, 2015
Gov. Pat McCrory says a 50-mile buffer zone is too much.