The Rev. William Barber II announced Wednesday night that he has tested positive for coronavirus.
2:20pm Jan 06, 2022Health & Safety Health & Safety
4:56pm Nov 10, 2021Health & Safety Health & Safety
Few North Carolina parents had their children vaccinated in the first days COVID-19 shots were available for kids age 5 to 11, according to the latest data collected by the state Department of Heal
9:29am Oct 01, 2021Housing Housing
The Supreme Court’s decision to end President Joe Biden’s eviction moratorium this past August leaves many Latino and Black communities — the ones facing a higher risk of eviction — with very few c
11:09am Sep 28, 2021Health & Safety Health & Safety
A North Carolina-based hospital system announced Monday that more than 175 of its workers have been fired for failing to comply with its COVID-19 vaccination requirement.
2:22pm Sep 24, 2021Politics & Government Politics & Government Health & Safety
More than one-third of the 56,000 North Carolina government employees included in Democratic Gov.
5:04pm Sep 09, 2021Health & Safety Health & Safety
One-third of North Carolina’s new COVID-19 cases are among children, the largest portion since the pandemic began.
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.