The Labor Day weekend marks traditional end of summer vacation and many North Carolinians will be traveling and gathering with family and friends.
With the year’s eighth tropical system now forming in the Atlantic, Governor Pat McCrory is reminding coastal residents to stay tuned to local media and keep a close eye on the weather in the coming week.
This week summer break ends for thousands of North Carolina children as they head back to school.
With the beginning of school, more than one million students will be attending North Carolina’s public schools. With that brings an increase of school buses on North Carolina highways.
As students and educators return to school and the peak of hurricane season nears, Governor Pat McCrory is encouraging individuals, families, schools and businesses to review their emergency plans and update their supply kits.
Officials with the Division of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice today during an open house offered community leaders and elected officials their first view of the Western Area Multipurpose Juvenile Crisis and Assessment Center in Asheville.
North Carolina prison officials received notice today that escaped inmate Jason Strickland was in law enforcement custody in West Virginia.
Statement from Department of Public Safety Secretary Frank L. Perry Regarding Last Week’s Trooper Involved Shooting in Charlotte
State Capitol Police Officer Ruby Savage was awarded the Advanced Law Enforcement Certificate from the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission on August 12, 2016.
The Division of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice will host an open house at the Western Area Multipurpose Juvenile Crisis and Assessment Center in Asheville.