Fifteen school districts, charter schools and tribal schools will share nearly $27 million in federal dollars to purchase 114 electric buses as part of the EPA’s Clean School Bus Grant Program, Gov. Roy Cooper announced Tuesday.
Mark Robinson’s freight-train drive for the Republican gubernatorial nomination has hit an obstacle.
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.
As student loan payments resume after a three-year halt, experts offer advice on pursuing higher education without accumulating unnecessary debt.
More than half of U.S. states have already banned life sentences without the possibility of parole for juveniles. North Carolina isn’t one of them – yet.
Universities in North Carolina are leaning on adult learners to address workforce gaps in the state, specifically in the shortage of teachers and nurses.
Gov. Roy Cooper on Monday appointed former Wake County Superintendent Catty Moore to an at large seat on the State Board of Education.
As fall approaches, North Carolinians are gearing up for their annual task of raking leaves.
Bleeding gums may seem like a minor annoyance, but experts warn they could indicate underlying health problems, which should not be taken lightly
As more companies embrace sustainable practices, businesses in North Carolina are leading the charge through innovative initiatives with funds from the Inflation Reduction Act.