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Photo ID provision may sway state and federal courts, but requiring it for fall elections could prove a serious headache for elections officials.
US Forest Service weighing public comment as it moves toward final forests management plan, but major collaborative groups divided over key issues.
Governor to allow schools and parents flexibility on reopening. DHHS secretary says children pose low risk for infection or spreading COVID-19
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This week Kristi Graunke, Legal Director, ACLU of North Carolina; Jordan Wilkie, Reporter, Carolina Public Press; and Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein, Assistant Professor UNC School of Medicine, talk with host Stephanie Carson takes a closer look at concerns of the spread of COVID-19 in North Carolina’s prison system. The Kicker from Carolina Public Press · The Kicker: […]
In this episode of the Kicker, Emily Kraft, Benefits Outreach Manager for the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina and Robert Rolfe, Child Nutrition. Director for Henderson County Schools talk with host Stephanie Carson. On this show they discuss increased food needs related to COVID-19 because of the economic downturn and schools moving […]
Kristi Graunke of the ACLU and Rev. Corine Mack of the NAACP talk about possible policy changes related to protests and law enforcement.
Dawn Blagrove, Executive Director of Emancipate NC, talks about protests and recent police actions in North Carolina with host Stephanie Carson.
Democratic legislators unite behind Gov. Cooper on vetoes despite originally supporting some of the legislation related to COVID-19.
Dare County health director has been cussed at, told she was lying and hung up on over attempts to deal with with spread of infection after party.
Testing for the new coronavirus will now be possible without waiting to get orders from a doctor in North Carolina, DHHS secretary says.
Protesters pushed for change of course after concerns emerged that legislation would have limited public access to records in death investigations.
Lawmakers weigh changes but may not act if DHHS doesn’t formally ask for new language to protect records access in controversial bill.
Following article from NC Watchdog Reporting Network, celebrity opposition to records legislation mounts, protesters call for change.
Health officials in Cherokee, Graham, Clay do testing, tracing. But financial instability at hospitals ups stakes in region with high at-risk population.
School will begin this fall in NC, but don’t expect normal return to classes, governor warns, laying out three scenarios. Current numbers don’t look good.
The U.S. Senate has passed a bill that would provide federal money for conserving additional public lands, including in North Carolina.
Hospitals across state express confidence that they are taking right steps and are better prepared than a few months ago. Possible surge still worries them.
Cherokee County DSS allows Cindy Palmer to return to job, since she was indicted for things that occurred during a previous position, not her current one.