Five years after a rural pastor shot his son-in-law, a lawsuit raises questions about N.C.'s Castle Doctrine.
Raleigh Police have only used warrants seeking device locations from Google a handful of times. But in one neighborhood, they've asked twice.
An analysis of early voting changes shows NC rural voters were hit hardest. But did it matter in 2018?
How rumors of a KKK rally shut down one of North Carolina's largest cities on a hot summer afternoon.
Two men with mental illness, two diverging paths after leaving assisted living in North Carolina
Search 1 million pages of records released in the academic scandal at UNC-CH
One year later, inmate's death looms over state prison mental health debate
For some domestic violence victims, protection orders never come
Using code to shed light on the players in state politics
Do job incentives really pay off in economic progress?
Who really owns the history buried in the Graveyard of the Atlantic?