North Carolina

If you are looking for a way to make some money, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper just announced a plan that could make you $1 million richer. Over the next three months, the state will be giving four people $1 million each to those who have gotten at least one vaccine. So here’s how it […]

The officers in question didn't deny that it was their voices on the footage but denied being racists and blamed the comments on the stress of the George Floyd protests. Sure, guy.

A judge says a Texas man’s affair with a North Carolina man’s wife should cost him nearly $9 million. Durham Superior Court Judge Orlando Hudson awarded Keith King $8.8 million in compensatory and punitive damages last Thursday from Francisco Huizar III. King had sued Huizar for, among other complaints, criminal conversation and alienation of affection. […]

Following North Carolina's decision to repeal parts of its "bathroom bill," the NCAA ended its six-month championship events ban within the state.

A seventh grader from Charlotte correctly predicted the teams that made it to the Final Four in the NCAA tournament.

18-year-old Ayana McAllister was on Spring Break in Washington when she was fatally shot this past Monday night.

The president of North Carolina's NAACP filed a lawsuit Wednesday against American Airlines after he said the company removed him from a flight because of his skin color, reports ABC News.

On Wednesday, a North Carolina prosecutor announced that Police Officer Brentley Vinson, who is also Black, "acted lawfully" and will not be charged for shooting and killing 43-year-old Scott.

Plus, University of Michigan student wearing hijab threatened with being set on fire and a North Carolina TV station censors ‘Saturday Night Live’ episode with Dave Chappelle.

Plus, stocks for private prisons soar after election results and white students in Michigan chant "Build a wall" in front of Latino students.

Plus, stocks for private prisons soar after election results and white students in Michigan chant "Build a wall" in front of Latino students.

North Carolina State Representative Cecil Brockman is taking a stand on behalf of the LGBT community.