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Indefinite closure of the WNC Birth Center highlights issues with maternal health
Pediatric cases on the rise as vaccine trials for children continue.
Employers, especially restaurants and other hospitality businesses, still struggle to find employees in a rebounding economy.
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Inconsistency and inequity in child welfare policies across North Carolina.
Pasquotank County sheriff’s deputies shot and killed Brown in Elizabeth City in late April 2021.
The importance of sexual assault nurse examiners
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NC nonprofits aiding victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse and elder abuse face cutbacks while Pennsylvania senator blocks a legislative fix that has broad bipartisan support.
HCA acquisition of Asheville-based Mission Health has driven shake up among physicians going to work elsewhere.
Parents say that more than one year of distance learning was exhausting. Now a UNC-Chapel Hill researcher is studying parents’ anxiety as their children go back to school.
Chief says officers are being held accountable for comments during protests, but hasn’t explained how.
Risk management agency for counties says its liability is limited due to dishonesty of public officials. More lawsuits over child removals expected.
Jurors respond as closing arguments ask them to stand up for liberty of families against government elites who violate their rights.
SBI investigated allegations, but current and former DAs found insufficient evidence to support criminal charges.
Legal advocates concerned about wave of evictions when CDC ban expires July 31. GOP council of state members concerned longer moratorium would drive landlords out of the market.
Education advocates call on General Assembly to take action on education funding, as bill sent to Rules Committee.
Southeastern NC counties a part of national parks project stretching to North Florida, with conservation, economic, recreation and education opportunities.
Increase in methamphetamine use in Western North Carolina affects ‘misery index,’ even if death rate is lower than opioids.
In a 6-3 decision, conservative justices weaken Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act, after nullifying Section 5 in 2013. Strategy to challenge potential discrimination may shift to state courts.