A proposal to give public money for North Carolina students to attend private or religious schools is drawing fierce debate.
Senate Republicans say ever-rising costs for Medicaid are siphoning away money in North Carolina government that could be used to help public education and law
Police said a 54-year-old woman ran over a man with her vehicle Saturday, possibly breaking his pelvis.
The Army is investigating the death of a 23-year-old paratrooper at Fort Bragg.
Elizabeth City State University could soon see itself being investigated by the Department of Education.
Imagine being at work when you get a call that your house is on fire. It happened to a Perquiman’s County man. Ironically, he’s a firefighter.
Administrators at Elizabeth City State University have hired an outside safety and security firm to deal with unsolved crimes on campus.
Elizabeth City State University has a backlog of unsolved crimes of reported cases that were never investigated, according to Chancellor Dr. Willie Gilchrist.
Authorities say a North Carolina man opened fire on his father and brother, seriously injuring them before he committed suicide.
Friday afternoon, Sam Beamon offered his resignation from his post as police chief of ECSU. He was already on administrative leave.
The mother of a woman who died during the sinking of a ship during Superstorm Sandy has filed a lawsuit against the owner of the vessel.
Coast Guard crews rescued a 72-year-old man off the coast of North Carolina Wednesday who had apparently been knocked unconscious.
The July 4 fireworks show at Camp Lejeune is the latest victim of the federal budget cuts.
The ECSU Board of Trustees and an attorney will be holding a meeting Friday afternoon, regarding personnel matters.
Officials say a woman who claimed she was pulled over and sexually assaulted by a man impersonating a police officer fabricated the story.
The tax code overhaul offered by Senate Republicans would make North Carolina's sales tax base one of the broadest in the country compared to its relatively