NC prisons develop vaccine ‘framework,’ not a detailed distribution plan, as rules keep changing and dosage availability unpredictable.
With eviction moratoriums set to expire in a few weeks, North Carolina renters and landlords worry about the future.
Local health officials across the state discuss the different challenges they face with massive undertaking.
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Managing editor Frank Taylor reflects on news coverage of an unpredictable and unprecedented year.
Economic impact on North Carolina tourism towns changes Commerce Department designations for 2020.
While restaurants hope for financial relief from Congress, they rely on continued business from consumers as well as community funds.
Deprioritized: NC prison inmates not getting COVID vaccine so soon, questions remain about distribution
Disease experts warn that vaccinating prisoners and prison staff would make sense if the government really wants to halt the spread of COVID-19.
Seven North Carolina counties now offer paid days off to care for a new child or an ailing family member.
A look at tough questions following Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol Hill insurrection in Washington.
NC political leaders express shock, determination after rioters storm U.S. Capitol to prevent certification of presidential election results.
Las personas con condiciones de salud crónicas y las personas encarceladas descienden la lista a medida que los trabajadores esenciales de 50 años y los mayores aumentan.
Knowing which police records and information are open, accessible or confidential under N.C. law and whom to ask for them helps ensure transparency.
North Carolina food assistance programs struggle under economic stress of continuing pandemic.
State provides free rapid tests for in-person instruction at 17 school districts and 11 charter schools.
Hikers and photographers form Waterfall Keepers of North Carolina to care for and protect the natural wonder of waterfalls.
Gov. Cooper calls up National Guard to help with vaccine distribution. Contacting potential recipients who may not be online also a challenge.
Los jueces federales quitan la orden judicial en Carolina del Norte que obstruía necesitar identificación para votar
Un fallo de la corte de apelaciones elimina las barreras para que haya un requisito de identificación para votar en Carolina del Norte. Pero una orden judicial de la corte estatal permanece.