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Private nonprofit donations helped keep elections running during a pandemic. Republican legislators want to cut off those funds.
A McDowell County neighbor’s concerns about the impact of mining operations and questions from CPP drew the attention of DEQ.
Governor announces plan for vaccinated individuals to be entered in statewide lottery.
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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.
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Building supply shortage and high demand create lack of inventory in North Carolina housing market, while influx of cash drives up prices in a seller’s market.
Student journalists to collaborate on data reporting, research and story development with North Carolina’s independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit news organization
Giglio letters warn that a prosecutor won’t accept testimony from certain law enforcement officers. DAs are going along with guidance from the state court system that says those letters aren’t public records. But is that what the law says?
The study used data to show that socially vulnerable communities have significantly higher natural gas pipeline densities and are therefore exposed to more pollution and health and safety issues.
Camp Lejeune incentivizes COVID-19 immunization by military members as part of effort to combat vaccine resistance.
District attorney will decide whether to pursue hate crime enhancements on charges against motorist who struck protesters.
After restrictions loosen and customers return, business owners face challenges in recruiting and retaining employees.
Many teachers will be offered incentives to teach summer school this year, but some say they’re too burned out due to dealing with the pandemic.
Forest supervisor James Melonas sets priorities for tenure as leader of state’s four national forests. Photo by USFS.
Find answers to common questions about children, teens and the COVID-19 vaccines in North Carolina.
Legislators in the House unanimously vote to distribute $750 million in federal funding to all 100 counties.