PRE: Today's eastern North Carolina regional news
The state attorney general is suing the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, saying they illegally collect data on preteens and the platforms are designed to be as addictive as possible.
A new Congressional map passed by the North Carolina Senate on Tuesday will reshape the state's Congressional delegation.
New Bern city officials are considering the purchase of the gunshot detection system ShotSpotter.
The governor said $1.4 million in federal funding is being directed to North Carolina schools to expand breakfast programs
The Currituck-Knotts Island ferry schedule is altered today because of a nearby road construction project.
Tyson Foods has laid off more than 170 workers in Wilkes County, and some of those affected live in Guilford and Forsyth Counties.
There is a new rule for unlicensed contractors in North Carolina.
Through Halloween, statewide law enforcement will be increasing patrols and using checkpoints to keep impaired drivers off the road.