Updated: 11/02/2006 - Like the University of North Carolina football team, Governor Easley has a road trip to South Bend, Indiana, this weekend.
Updated: 11/02/2006 - A statewide Amber Alert for a missing 15-year-old girl has been canceled after authorities found her safe at a home with her boyfriend.
Posted: 11/02/2006 - Students will not return this year to Eastern Guilford High School after it was destroyed by fire.
Posted: 11/02/2006 - A Fayetteville man charged with holding a homeless woman captive in his home and repeatedly raping her has been charged with holding a second woman hostage
Posted: 11/02/2006 - Methodist College changes its name to Methodist University Methodist College will now be called Methodist University.
Updated: 11/02/2006 - A statewide search has been launched.
Posted: 11/01/2006 - North Carolina's pension fund will sell its holdings of nine companies officials say provide monetary and military support to the Sudanese government.
Posted: 11/01/2006 - Results will be released in November.
Posted: 11/01/2006 - Schools in Pitt County are collecting coins all this week to help raise money for juvenile diabetes.
Posted: 11/01/2006 - Former Whitewater independent counsel Kenneth Starr is helping in the defense of military contractor Blackwater U-S-A in a wrongful death lawsuit.
Posted: 11/01/2006 - Environmentalists and the Bush White House have been teaming up at the Supreme Court today. Both are defending a clean air program that dates back to 1980.
Updated: 11/01/2006 - The chairman of the state Democratic Party is looking for an apology from Massachusetts Senator John Kerry for saying those who don't study hard risk getting "stuck in Iraq."
Posted: 11/01/2006 - The numbers from the 2005-2006 end-of-grade math tests won't be released today, either. State Board of Education chairman Howard Lee says recent surgery has kept him from being fully briefed on the results. He says the latest release date will be November ninth.
Updated: 11/01/2006 - Two men accused of killing two Marines from Chicago will face the death penalty when they go on trial. That's according to the prosecutor in the case.
Posted: 11/01/2006 - All but two of Gaston County's 70 registered sex offenders on probation attended a counseling program on Halloween night.
Posted: 11/01/2006 - The state auditor says North Carolina's Transportation Department can do better at estimating cost increases for building roads and mass transit.
Posted: 10/31/2006 - Money to be used for traffic enforcement.
Posted: 10/31/2006 - Courts declare Jacksonville club a nuisance.