- Duke CEO: All customers pay for coal ash cleanup Updated: Mar-08-14 11:58 am
- Attorneys general switching sides on gay marriage Updated: Feb-14-14 4:11 pm
- Family of late Wilmington 10 members seek NC money Updated: Feb-13-14 1:38 pm
- NC casino developer has long video poker ties Updated: Feb-09-14 6:08 pm
- AG, governor at odds over NC records charges Updated: Feb-07-14 9:50 pm
- NC AG to appeal ruling on part of abortion law Updated: Feb-07-14 5:47 pm
CHARLOTTE, North Carolina - Duke Energy's CEO says while the company and its shareholders will pay to clean up a coal ash spill in the Dan River, its customers will shoulder the costs of closing the rest of the utility's coal ash ponds across North Carolina.
NORFOLK, Virginia - The day after a federal judge struck down Virginia's gay-marriage ban, state Attorney General Mark Herring wasn't vowing to appeal or insisting his state's law was sound.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - The families of late members of the wrongly convicted group known as the Wilmington 10 say they should be treated like the surviving members and receive payments from North Carolina.
KINGS MOUNTAIN, North Carolina - A South Carolina Indian tribe's effort to open a gambling casino in neighboring North Carolina is being spearheaded by a businessman with long ties to video poker, an industry lawmakers have long sought to outlaw.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper and Gov. Pat McCrory's office are at odds over when state governments should charge news media outlets and citizens special fees for requesting public records.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - North Carolina's attorney general said Friday he's decided to appeal a federal court ruling that struck down part of a law requiring abortion providers to describe an ultrasound to women seeking to terminate a pregnancy.