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COVID-19 News Top Story

PW special report: Voices from the pandemic

Jessica Richardson is doubling up on the protective face masks these days. She has three children at home to protect, ages 1, 9 and 13. A LabCorp phlebotomist, she works at a doctor’s office in Charlotte, drawing blood from patients. “I double mask,” Richardson said. “I try to stay as positive as possible. I take my daily vitamin and extra Vitamin C.

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April 30 online Crucial Conversation – The COVID-19 crisis in NC: A conversation with the journalists

Join us Thursday, April 30 at 6:00 pm for a very special (and virtual) Crucial Conversation happy hour: “The COVID-19 crisis in NC: A conversation with the journalists” NC Policy Watch journalists have been hard at work (from ...
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Defending Democracy News Top Story

Biden surges to victory in NC; Cunningham to face Tillis in Senate race

Governor's race to feature Cooper v. Forest; Runoffs on tap for R's and D's in a handful of congressional and council of state contests; Superintendent Mark Johnson defeated in run for Lt. Gov. Former Vice President Joe Biden was the clear choice of North Carolina Democrats in yesterday's Super Tuesday presidential primary election. The former vice-president and U.S. senator led Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders by a margin XX to XX with XX percent of the state’s precincts reporting.

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Defending Democracy News Top Story

Super Tuesday off to a smooth start across North Carolina

Super Tuesday is finally here, and at least for now, there haven’t been any major hitches in North Carolina. Turnout across the state appeared to start off slow but steady, but by early afternoon several locations were reporting longer lines and wait times of up to an hour, according to voting rights advocates speaking at an "Election Protection" news teleconference.

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Must Reads News Top Story

Holiday season “must read”: The harsh reality of poverty in High Point, NC

High Point is not what comes to mind when thinking about the hungriest metropolitan area in the United States. A small city of about 114,000 people, located in North Carolina’s Triad region (with Greensboro and Winston-Salem) (Map 1), High Point has long been at the forefront of the state’s prominent, and almost defining, furniture industry.

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Must Reads Top Story

Environment NC launches new program to “get the lead out” of school drinking water

New toolkit gives North Carolina parents know-how to “Get the Lead Out” of school drinking water With “back to school” in full swing this week, Environment North Carolina is releasing a new free toolkit to help parents, teachers and administrators "Get the Lead Out" of school drinking water.

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