Democratic governors are using the American Rescue Plan to help families stay in their homes or even become first time homeowners.
In 2019, Governor Roy Cooper named Beasley to be the first Black woman to oversee the judicial branch in North Carolina history.
The governor's latest order aims to build upon environmental successes made in the state Legislature, including laws that restrict power plant pollution.
Refusal to comply with Cooper's vaccine mandate results in termination. As of Wednesday, 18 North Carolina state workers have been fired because of refusal.
Envelopes postmarked by the day of the primary or general election are counted if received within a three-day grace period, according to current law.
Dontae Sharp was given a life sentence at 19 for first-degree murder after he was convicted of killing George Radcliffe in a 1994 drug deal.
The state has 73 active clusters in K-12 schools, according to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.
"We're hoping over the next few days and few weeks that we will see some significant improvement in our numbers," Governor Roy Cooper said.
"This bill is not about the joy that people with disabilities bring to the world," state Senator Sarah Crawford said. "This bill is about controlling women. Simple as that."
The "Extra Credit Grants 2.0" proposal aims to build on a program approved by Republicans in the state's General Assembly last year.
The altercation took place amid reports that nearly 1,800 stations across the Eastern U.S. have run out of gas after a ransomware attack halted operations on the Colonial Pipeline last week.
Up to 71 percent of stations in Charlotte have run out of gasoline as consumers rush to buy fuel.
"Because the virus is so pervasive, it may be very difficult if not impossible to prove that the illness is work-related," North Carolina Department of Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry wrote.
The attorneys asked for the removal of the statues on Wednesday because they "offend guarantees in our state and federal Constitutions."
Trump had vowed to move the convention if the state wouldn't allow its convention center to operate at full capacity.
President Donald Trump named Tulsa, Oklahoma as the site of his first campaign rally since coronavirus restrictions prevented large gatherings during a meeting at the White House on Wednesday.
Florida saw its highest single-day increase in new infections on June 4, as did North Carolina on June 6.
"As much as we want the conditions surrounding COVID-19 to be favorable enough for you to hold the Convention you describe in late August, it is very unlikely," North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper wrote Tuesday.
North Carolina's governor has warned President Donald Trump that it's "very unlikely" he will get to hold the full-scale GOP convention he wants in Charlotte in August.
"We're asking health club owners, fitness professionals, and yoga, dance and martial arts studio owners to join us in a legal battle to reopen our businesses," business owners involved in the suit wrote on Facebook.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper says his state is working with RNC organizers despite Trump's threat to pull the convention from his state.
"This is not something I want to do," President Donald Trump said of the threat.
"Democrats were told there would be no votes this morning," North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper said. "That was a bald-faced lie."
The state asked for $929 million, but it's getting $6.1 million.
The law requires transgender people to use restrooms in schools and government buildings that correspond to the sex on their birth certificate.
Incoming Democratic Governor Roy Cooper says the state legislature may call a special session to consider scrapping HB2, which sparked economic boycotts.
Republican Governor Pat McCrory is fighting to try to make up ground against Democrat Roy Cooper.