North Carolina has one of the best wind resources on the East Coast. So why isn't the state taking advantage of it?
When Republicans won majorities in the General Assembly, one lawmaker literally drew a bull's eye on the state's environmental protection agency. What's next for North Carolina's air and water?
The Republicans swept N.C. in 2012 as the state voted for the Republican presidential candidate, governor and a GOP majority in both the state House and Senate.
Politicians and party leaders across N.C. gathered in Raleigh and Charlotte on election night. Our photographers captured the celebrations as the results came in.
Of the 170 seats between the House and Senate, 49 will belong to freshmen legislators, according to the North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research. The cause? Retirement, death and redistricting.
By 11 p.m. on election night, top news outlets began calling North Carolina for Romney. Unofficial results in North Carolina showed Mitt Romney leading President Barack Obama. But with wins in other swing states, Obama won the presidency.