The North Carolina Legislature returned to session Wednesday, getting back to work after a two-week break.
Supporting the middle class, stopping ISIL's advances in the Middle East, and protecting the privacy of American families. Those were just a few of the topics in Tuesday's State of the Union address.
The Supreme Court says it will decide whether same-sex couples nationwide have a right to marry under the Constitution.
Charlotte's mayor says reinvention is key to the Queen City's future. Dan Clodfelter laid out plans for 2015 during his first State of the City address Tuesday.
City Council put off a decision on the plan, saying they needed more time to review the ordinance and how it would be implemented.
A number of new laws take effect in North Carolina at midnight Wednesday. Among them are lower tax rates for individuals and corporations, but fewer tax breaks.
The Mayor filed paperwork with the Board of Elections Tuesday, saying he has formed a fund-raising committee.
We're getting reactions about President Obama's historic change in policy toward Cuba from Cuban-Americans who live here in Charlotte.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush on Tuesday took his most definitive step yet toward running for president, announcing plans to "actively explore" a campaign and form a new political operation allowing him to raise money for like-minded Republicans. Read More »
U.S. Senator Kay Hagan said goodbye Friday night to fellow Senators and supporters. She was defeated in the November midterm elections by Republican and former North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis.
It will keep the government running until Wednesday, and gives the Senate more time to vote on a $1.1 trillion spending bill.
McCrory joined 14 other states in a lawsuit challenging President Obama's executive order on immigration.
Animal advocates are pleased, but say while this battle has been won, the war may not be over.
That's the feeling from more than 5,000 people who want the Chesterfield Co. Sheriff to stay out of the animal shelter. They've signed a petition against Jay Brooks' plan. Brooks explained why his plan is good for the shelter that is still healing from a violent history.
A call for unity among Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners after a drama-filled night at the Government Center on Monday.
A power struggle among Democrats at the Mecklenburg County Commissioner's swearing-in ceremony left the board breaking tradition.
Several hundred people showed up for rallies across Charlotte Tuesday. Activists want the unrest in Ferguson to affect change locally.
Local Latino families are celebrating as President Obama signs executive actions to reform what he calls a broken immigration system.
Same-sex couples in South Carolina can continue to tie the knot.
The President revealed his plan Thursday to overhaul what he calls America's broken immigration system. He says deportation should be for felons, not families.
President Obama is expected to sidestep Congress Thursday and issue an executive order to keep millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation.
A judge issued the first marriage license to a lesbian couple in Charleston Wednesday, who then got married at the county courthouse.
President Obama says he is ready to tackle the immigration issue with an executive order. Some Republcans in Congress are calling it a declaration of political war.
Despite some opposition from residents, Gaston County Commissioners passed a resolution Thursday night opposing same-sex marriage.
The battle over same sex marriages in North Carolina isn't over yet. Two lawmakers are challenging a judge's order that allowed the unions and a U.S. appeals court upheld gay marriage bans in four other states.