Data Journalist Maggie Green

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Coronavirus: Tracking North Carolina COVID-19 cases
As COVID-19 continues to spread through North Carolina, we're breaking down the data behind the impact of the virus on the Tar Heel state.
These summer activities put you at the highest risk of spreading or catching COVID-19
As families begin to embark on summer vacations, ABC11 asked the relative risks of these activities, and how your summer plans may put your family more at risk of COVID-19.
'The math is accurate': I-Team investigation shows RPD arrests Black people nearly 5 times as often as white people
It's not just a hunch: Black people in the City of Raleigh are being arrested at a higher rate than white people.
Most NC Confederate monuments sit on public property in prominent locations
Right or wrong, monuments to the past are being judged by what their presence means for future generations.
Beyond surplus supplies, local law enforcement purchases more than $1M in military-style equipment
A riot may be the language of the unheard, but that's only because police have the means to drown out the noise.
'It's become a part of life:' Black North Carolinians arrested more often than white counterparts, I-Team investigation shows
In 2018, black people were arrested on average at a rate five times higher than that of white people across the US. Among 250 jurisdictions, the rate was 10 times higher.
Machetes, armored vehicles among $44 million in surplus supplies sent from military to North Carolina police departments
More than $44 million in surplus supplies and equipment has been sent from the U.S. military to police departments and sheriff's offices in North Carolina over the last 26 years.
NC ranked worst in nation for timely unemployment claim payments in 2019, DOL reports
In 2019, North Carolina paid 58% of its claims in two to three weeks; the average for the country was 88%.
Race for coronavirus vaccine may be ignoring growing prominence of anti-vax movement
As researchers move through the phases of clinical trials, some researchers and leaders are concerned that people may not get the vaccine when it's available.
NC teachers, education experts worry lack of attendance will negatively impact students' learning, wellbeing
Daily attendanc­e is one of the things schools across North Carolina have put a hold on as learning transitions online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.