Agriculture officials said Thursday that 2,006 workers in 26 processing plants across the state have tested positive for coronavirus.
Top state government fiscal researchers predicted Friday that North Carolina will collect $4 billion less in revenues over a two-year period than previously forecast as the pandemic-related economic slowdown continues.
Antonio Hernandez was taking out the trash at the Greenville car wash when he spotted the payment in the can, WITN-TV quoted his daughter, Michelle Alvarado, as saying.
Meat producer Tyson Foods is reporting 570 cases of COVID-19 at a poultry processing complex in North Carolina.
Gov. Roy Cooper is letting North Carolina restaurants, barber shops and salons welcome patrons inside starting this holiday weekend, reporting on Wednesday that the state’s COVID-19 trends remain largely stable.
Biologists counted 2,008 pairs breeding last year from Maine to North Carolina
Three of the stolen guitars were worth nearly $10,000
Tropical Storm Arthur will dump rain on the Outer Banks and Hampton Roads today.
The first weekend back was beautiful before Tropical Storm Arthur passed by. Another storm is on the way.
A federal judge in North Carolina on Saturday sided with conservative Christian leaders and blocked the enforcement of restrictions that Gov. Roy Cooper ordered affecting indoor religious services during the coronavirus pandemic.
A house fire in the Outer Banks killed two people Sunday.
Tropical Storm Arthur will affect the Outer Banks on Monday, and much of North Carolina's east coast is under a tropical storm warning.
Saturday was the first day Dare County reopened to visitors in two months
The beaches have reopened but restaurants are still limited to take-out only. People are encouraged to wear face coverings and stay at least six feet apart to keep their distance.
President Donald Trump this week accused North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper of "playing politics" with reopening the state, and said it would be "bad for them" if the state were to delay the start of the Republican National Convention in Charlotte.
Tyson Foods spokesman Derek Burleson said in an email one of two fresh meat plants at its Wilkesboro complex was closed from Thursday to Tuesday.
Former state Rep. Larry Womble, an educator who championed the cause of compensating North Carolina's sterilization victims from the 20th century, has died at age 78.
Conservative Christian leaders sued North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper on Thursday to get thrown out his latest restrictions on indoor religious services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Johnston County Sheriff Steve Blizell called the state's 10-person limit on in-person church services "unfair" and "morally wrong," before encouraging people to "HAVE CHURCH!"
One of North Carolina's most powerful Republican elected officials has called on Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper to give county governments the ability to reopen barbershops and hair salons now.