One-third of North Carolina’s new COVID-19 cases are among children, the largest portion since the pandemic began.
5:04pm Sep 09, 2021Health & Safety Health & Safety
3:52pm Aug 03, 2021Health & Safety Health & Safety
More North Carolinians came in for a COVID-19 vaccine last week than on any given week over the past two months, according to data state health officials released Tuesday.
5:02pm Jul 29, 2021Health & Safety Health & Safety
North Carolina Gov.
2:10pm Jul 02, 2021Health & Safety Health & Safety
Researchers from Duke University have developed a test that can distinguish between different types of coronaviruses.
4:16pm Jun 24, 2021Housing Housing
Forsyth County residents who have fallen behind on rent or utilities as a result of the pandemic can now apply in-person for financial assista
12:09pm Jun 16, 2021Economy Economy
As more COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, Triad tourism is poised for a robust recovery.
10:17am Dec 31, 2020Education Education
North Carolina education officials recently estimated that educators can't account for about 10,000 to 15,000 public school students this school year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
5:12pm Dec 22, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government Health & Safety
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper advised residents to avoid traveling over the holidays, saying Tuesday that he would limit his Christmas gathering in Raleigh to immediate family members.
4:42pm Dec 21, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government Health & Safety
As coronavirus cases in North Carolina and across the country continue to climb ahead of the holidays, Gov.
12:32pm Aug 07, 2020Education Education Health & Safety
WFDD held its second Virtual Community Conversation on Thursday, convening a panel of 5 regional education experts to discuss back-to-school challenges created by the pandemic.
7:02am Jul 30, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government Health & Safety
A state moratorium on shutting off utilities due to non-payment expires this week. Governor Roy Cooper says a new program is coming.
6:00am Jul 20, 2020Poverty Poverty Economy Health & Safety
The additional $600 that people on unemployment have been receiving is about to run out. And it’s ending a week earlier than many expected.