The state Supreme Court will hear arguments involving a student at an alternative school in Brunswick County who had to untuck her shirt and pull out her bra with her thumb as part of a search for pills.
The first evidentiary hearing involving the state's Racial Justice Act is scheduled to continue this week in a Cumberland County courtroom, where prosecutors plan to call four more current or former judges to testify.
The state Supreme Court is scheduled Monday to hear Robert Talford's argument that his hospital should have to prove why it's reasonable to charge him up to 24 times more than a local pharmacy for medications.
A New York City murder suspect arrested after turning up on a jumbo screen at Charlotte Bobcats Arena is facing new charges: helping lead a 37-person check fraud ring accused of stealing more than $150,000.
A woman from Raleigh, North Carolina who snatched a newborn baby from a New York City hospital in 1987, then raised the child as her own for more than two decades, pleaded guilty to a kidnapping charge Friday.
Federal regulators say they need more time deciding whether to stick with federal standards that could mean $12 million in rebates for more than 58,000 North Carolina residents who buy their own health insurance.