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More than a month after Hurricane Isaias made landfall in North Carolina, officials and residents in one Eastern North Carolina county are still assessing the storm’s impact. Beaufort County saw a wide range of impacts from the storm, which was classified as a Category 1 hurricane when it made landfall Aug. 3 near Ocean Isle […]
Labor scholar warns that HCA is signaling ‘not accepting the results,’ predicts hospital company can’t succeed after landslide union win.
Administrative law judge revoked Greensboro nonprofit group’s licence for ‘exploitation’ of clients, who have now been evicted from their homes.
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Seven media outlets in North Carolina form an investigative news collaboration that has already had success in changng the way the state reports COVID-19 cases.
North Carolina groups are advocating for the state’s undocumented immigrant population, whom they say face uncertain futures because of policy changes under the Trump Administration.
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Online tool will give by-mail voters in North Carolina knowledge about whether their ballots have arrived and been accepted.
Carolina Public Press provides regular updates and expanded reporting in response to unprecedented health emergency of coronavirus in North Carolina.
Restoring the vote: Thousands in NC affected by court ruling, election officials trying to identify them
Some 5,000 people convicted of felonies who have completed sentences can’t be prevented from voting just because they owe fines, courts said. NC State Board of Elections now working to figure out which potential voters should be restored.
Farmers on national wildlife refuges in NC say they’ve struggled with a ban on genetically modified crops since 2013, which they think actually hurts the environment.
Scientific studies on kids with COVID-19 highlight problems with accurate data reporting and message in the middle of a global health crisis.
Attorneys for NC prisons deny accusations their clients have retaliated against those who talked. Judge unsure of ruling as state set to appeal earlier orders.
Strong local food systems helping farmers with recovery. Economic woes and plant outbreaks devastate commercial food chain.
Virtual versus in-person debate in public schools, plus fear of COVID-19, driving increasing numbers of NC parents to switch to homeschooling.
Everyone in NC should have a right to catch fish on the coast, say reform advocates, accusing regulators of protecting trawling industry.
Governor announces limited reopening of gyms and other spaces as pandemic appears to ease. Legislators plan to release federal funds to families, but measures are less than governor sought.
Expected surge in early voting could hit different NC counties unevenly, with some struggling more to find enough workers. By the way, it’s a paying job.