North Carolina is one of only eight states nationwide selected to participate in a learning lab to find better ways to fight opioid addiction among prison inmates, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.
Governor Roy Cooper today cautioned North Carolinians to remain vigilant as the threat of more flooding remains for parts of eastern North Carolina.
In observance of National Volunteer Week, Governor Roy Cooper joined Habitat for Humanity in Fayetteville today to help repair a home damaged by Hurricane Matthew. Gov. Cooper also signed into law House Bill 5, extending the unemployment benefits for survivors of natural disasters.
Despite sunny skies, North Carolinians need to look out for flooding in low-lying areas, avoid flooded roads, and stay tuned to local weather updates, Governor Roy Cooper warned today.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper joined Governors John Bel Edwards (D-LA), Nathan Deal (R-GA), Henry McMaster (R-SC), and Jim Justice (D-WV) in a letter to U.S. House and U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee leaders requesting that Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) disaster funding be included in the Continuing Resolution (CR) being considered by Congress.
Following unusually heavy rains across the state, Governor Roy Cooper is urging North Carolinians to watch for flooding in low-lying areas, avoid flooded roads, and stay tuned to local weather forecasts.
Governor Cooper today appointed Judge John Arrowood to the North Carolina Court of Appeals to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Judge Douglas McCullough.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed a new judge to preside in Mecklenburg County District Court.
Governor Roy Cooper has declared April 23 – 29, 2017 National Volunteer Week in North Carolina.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper vetoed House Bill 239 and Senate Bill 68.