Final sessions added for this year's NC Tourism Leadership Conference.
Leaders from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools are backing down from talk of defying the state’s school calendar law this year.
The Esports Industry Grant Fund created by the General Assembly is attracting lucrative tournaments to North Carolina.
Parents are responding to the illegal school calendar change in Cabarrus County and they don’t like it.
With only a month before Election Day, NCTIA lobbyists Brian Lewis and Skye David sat down with North Carolina’s top political strategists to talk about potential outcomes.
Local school boards caught skipping economics class.
Decisions made: The Atlantic Coast Conference decides to stay in North Carolina and the members of the Cabarrus County School Board knowingly decide to break the law.
Governor Cooper announces the return NASCAR’s All-Star Race to North Carolina thanks in part to the NCGA’s $18m investment in the North Wilkesboro Speedway.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools superintendent announces Board’s intent to openly break the law.
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