Nearly six months after Hurricane Matthew’s devastating landfall, North Carolina continues to make strides to help survivors and communities rebuild, but more help is needed for full recovery.
The State Highway Patrol along with the Guilford County School system conducted a press event today announcing the launch of 2017 Operation “Drive to Live”.
Seventy-six employees of the North Carolina State Highway Patrol will be recognized for promotions in a ceremony on Monday, April 3.
Nearly 200 local, state and federal law enforcement officers joined forces this week in Cumberland County for Operation Spring Sweep, an enforcement operation that served outstanding criminal warrants, searched for probation absconders and conducted compliance checks on high risk and violent offe
Governor Roy Cooper today named Sheriff Graham H. Atkinson of Surry County to serve on the North Carolina Post-Release Supervision and Parole Commission.
Governor Roy Cooper today visited the Make a Difference Food Pantry, a nonprofit founded by 12-year-old Mackenzie Hinson which is helping Hurricane Matthew survivors.
If local building officials notified you that your home is substantially damaged, you may be able to receive funds to make your structure safer and stronger.
After Hurricane Matthew roared through coastal North Carolina in October 2016, damage in the state will total as much as $4 billion, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Governor Roy Cooper today met with Edgecombe County leaders to push the process of helping families and communities recover from Hurricane Matthew and toured locations impacted by the storm.
Today, Governor Cooper issued a statement in support of a proposal to raise the age: