Press Releases

On March 6-7, the N.C. Department of Information Technology’s (NCDIT) Government Data Analytics Center, The Hunt Institute and the Office of Governor Roy Cooper partnered to sponsor the second annual North Carolina Education Datathon.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper released a comprehensive plan to invest $1 billion in addressing North Carolina’s mental health and substance use crisis, including anxiety and depression rates that have almost quadrupled, overdose deaths that have jumped 72 percent and youth suicide rates that have doubled.

Siemens Mobility, Inc., the global manufacturer of rail transportation vehicles and control systems, will build a major advanced manufacturing and rail services center in Davidson County, creating 506 jobs, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.

Tonight, Governor Roy Cooper delivered his fourth State of the State address. He emphasized the pivotal nature of this moment that has created a once-in-a-generation opportunity for historic investments in education, infrastructure, the economy and the workforce. 

Tonight, Governor Roy Cooper will deliver his fourth State of the State address, emphasizing that North Carolina is at a pivotal moment with opportunities for historical investments rebuilding North Carolina’s infrastructure, communities and economy.

March 5-11 is Severe Weather Preparedness Week and Governor Roy Cooper is urging North Carolinians to prepare and practice safety plans in case severe weather strikes.

On Monday, March 6, Governor Roy Cooper will give his fourth State of the State address at 7:01 pm.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper and Attorney General Josh Stein filed an amicus brief in the partisan gerrymandering case currently before the North Carolina Supreme Court for a rehearing after the Court’s composition changed in January.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper issued the following statement

Governor Roy Cooper joined DHHS Secretary Kody Kinsley, North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU) President Hope Williams, and Presidents and campus leaders from the majority of North Carolina’s independent colleges and universities in a virtual meeting on Wednesday, March 1, to discuss ongoing efforts to support mental health for college students across North Carolina.