RALEIGH — Faced with an expiring executive order related to restricting evictions, Gov. Roy Cooper sought Council of State concurrence last week. The request from Cooper for concurrence came on the one-year anniversary of the […]
RALEIGH — Gov. Roy Cooper has three more years to extend his record as the most veto-happy North Carolina governor, already having executed 54 of the 89 vetoes in the state’s history. Traditionally known as […]
RALEIGH – Gov. Roy Cooper gives his third State of the State address at 7:01 p.m. on Monday, April 26 from the N.C. House Chamber. PBS NC is providing the live stream of the speech.
RALEIGH — The contest between Democratic North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Forest is among a few governor’s races across the country that are being closely watched in this year’s election. […]
RALEIGH – The decision over the July 4th weekend by Dominion Energy and Duke Energy to cancel the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project also means the $57.8 million ‘mitigation fund’ negotiated by Gov. Roy Cooper will […]