Newsletter: Climate change and the NC Coast
In 2-1 decision, Superior Court judges find identification requirement impermissible.
Projects focusing on coastal habitat resilience and regulations eying species restoration offer hope for fisheries despite climate change.
Algal blooms thrive in warming seas, but generate toxins that damage fisheries, likely contributing to declines in blue crabs.
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How climate change affects North Carolina’s fisheries and the people who rely on them for a living.
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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Marine and estuary plant life on which North Carolina’s fish species depend are vulnerable to warming and rising seas, scientists say.
Medical teams across NC describe burnout, say being surrounded by death has become ‘the new normal.”
State Board of Elections raises concerns over House and Senate budgets, which have not allocated millions in already-appropriated federal money to be used for election security.
Mecklenburg County evictions that took place in spite of ban happened most often in areas with high poverty and higher Black populations.
Many North Carolinians with addictions struggle to find treatment and pay for it.
In a 2-1 decision, judge quickly ruled in favor of overturning 150 years of felon disenfranchisement, even after release from prison.
Biotech firm getting state and local incentives to bring 350 jobs paying above typical rates for even prosperous Wake County. Where workers will live is more complicated.
Find answers to common questions about schools and COVID-19 in North Carolina.
Western North Carolina coping with aftermath of severe flooding from Fred.
With nowhere to send a surge of patients, rural hospitals are turning to telehealth, hospital-at-home measures and new therapies. Meanwhile, hospitals fear vaccine mandate could chip away at staff.
Legislation eliminates red tape in reuniting children with families or finding new permanent placements. New measure sets up study for a statewide child welfare hot line.