How state health leaders are reaching the LGBTQ community disproportionately impacted by COVID-19
The LGBTQ community is hurting in so many ways in North Carolina.
These winter activities are the highest risk for COVID-19 transmission
We're long past the time of baking sourdough bread, watching Tiger King and doing at-home yoga classes.
LGBTQ people at higher risk of COVID-19, CDC study shows
A new report shows LGBTQ people in the US are more likely to have severe underlying health conditions associated with COVID-19.
'We're looking for a place at the table': People with disabilities, chronic conditions feel forgotten by state COVID-19 vaccine plan
"It's just awful to be in this kind of position where you have to honestly argue your worthiness to be in a higher priority."
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.
'It was personal': North Carolinians reporting more hate crimes than ever before, according to FBI data
More than 200 hate crimes were reported across North Carolina in 2019, according to the latest FBI data.
'Pharmacy deserts' create barriers to COVID-19 vaccine for vulnerable North Carolinians
North Carolina has an average of three pharmacies every 10 square miles. However, more than 90 percent of counties across the state report even fewer.
Frustrated renters hope changes to NC assistance program quicken approvals
Since the North Carolina HOPE Program launched in October, it has helped more than 34,000 tenants in rent and utility relief, but there have been problems, leaving some renters frustrated.
Despite earlier stall, lawmakers vow to try again with Holocaust education bill
As the world marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day, teachers in North Carolina continue to grapple with how to teach the next generation about the most infamous event in human history.
North Carolina hospitals brace for growing impact from COVID-19 cases
An analysis of the latest data from the US Department of Health and Human Services shows more COVID-19 patients occupied beds in Triangle hospitals last week than they did a month ago.
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