Updated: 04/13/2007 - People are touchy about North Carolina barbecue, but the emotional argument over which is best might have cooled off thanks to the Legislature.
Posted: 04/13/2007 - Elizabeth Edwards says the emerging presidential campaign has fallen into a ``cult of personality.''
Posted: 04/13/2007 - A North Carolina researcher is among those who have decoded proteins from a Tyrannosaurus rex that's considered the oldest such material ever found.
Posted: 04/13/2007 - Now that the Duke lacrosse criminal case is over, the name of the accuser is showing up in major newspapers and on the Internet.
Updated: 04/13/2007 - The poster for the 2007 North Carolina Seafood Festival was unveiled in Carteret County Thursday night.
Posted: 04/12/2007 - Bank of America won't say how many employees are affected.
Posted: 04/12/2007 - Cleared players have not ruled out civil suit against Nifong.
Posted: 04/12/2007 - Impact could last for years.
Posted: 04/12/2007 - Fourth-quarter decline not as bad as last year.
Posted: 04/12/2007 - Medicaid reimbursements could drop impacting services.
Posted: 04/12/2007 - A Durham city councilman and a Duke law school professor are calling on District Attorney Mike Nifong (NY'-fahng) to resign after charges against three Duke lacrosse players were dropped.
Posted: 04/12/2007 - More and more doctors are being disciplined by the state medical board, and the executive director of N-C Medical says it shows the board is doing its job.
Posted: 04/12/2007 - The author of such acclaimed novels as ``Slaughterhouse-Five'' and ``Cat's Cradle'' has died.
Posted: 04/12/2007 - The state Division of Waste Management will hold a public hearing tonight on a hazardous waste permit for the E-Q facility in Apex that was the site of a fire last fall.
Posted: 04/12/2007 - North Carolinians who provide alcohol to people too young to drink legally could see their drivers' licenses suspended under legislation heard by a House committee yesterday.
Posted: 04/12/2007 - Friends applauded. Dozens of teammates cheered. Mothers and fathers looked on with pride. It felt, for a moment, like a pep rally.