ACC Extends Deals With North Carolina Sites After Law ChangeThe Atlantic Coast Conference has reconsidered its stance on moving championship games out of North Carolina following a controversial law being changed.
Deep Divide Stops Effort To Repeal North Carolina LGBT LawAn apparent bipartisan deal to repeal North Carolina's anti-LGBT law collapsed when both sides balked and started blaming each other, likely meaning the state will remain a pariah shunned by corporations, entertainers and high-profile sporting events.
Flood Victims Face Major Challenges As Early Voting BeginsKeith and Felician looked a the ruins of their flooded home in North Carolina. With mold growing up the walls and loose floorboards, the presidential election was the last thing on their minds.
2 More Deaths Raise Matthew's U.S. Death Toll To 43Two more bodies found inside vehicles submerged in flood waters in North Carolina from Hurricane Matthew increase the toll in the state to 26 dead, Gov. Pat McCrory said Saturday.
8 Dead In North Carolina Flooding, 5 Others MissingEight people have died after Hurricane Matthew smacked the state with torrential rains and authorities are searching for five people, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory announced Sunday.
Creepy Clown Sightings Now Reported In North CarolinaPolice combed the woods in a Winston-Salem neighborhood after two children said they saw the clown trying to lure kids into them with treats.
Early Voting Already: Trump Chances May Hinge On Non-Whites Just two months before Election Day, early voting is set to kick off next week in North Carolina.
Fat Tuesday In New Orleans: Floats, Masks, Trinkets & More Thousands of people bundled up against the cold winds as they lined up along the main streets of New Orleans on Tuesday to see the culmination of the city's famous Mardi Gras celebration.
Winter Storm Causing Delays, Cancellations At MIA & FLLAs Winter Storm Jonas approaches the East Coast, there have already been some delays and cancellations at South Florida airports.
Judge Denies Bond For Woman Accused In Jewelry Store Thefts Across The SouthA 24-year-old woman accused of stealing nearly $4 million from jewelry stores across five Southern states has been denied bond by a judge who deemed her a flight risk.
Future Senate Leader Vows To Boost State's UniversitiesThe future Florida Senate president promises to boost the status of the state's public universities.
Charges Filed Against Former Florida Woman Who Taped Dog's MouthA woman with ties to Florida has now been charged with animal cruelty after she posted a picture of her chocolate lab-mix with its mouth taped shut with duct tape on social media.