During the pandemic, hospitals have tried new ways to care for patients away from their main campuses.
Some retailers are starting to get the first wave of the 400 million free masks being distributed by the federal government. Every person is allowed to receive up to three masks.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., who's 81, did not say whether she will stick by a pledge she made in 2018 to limit her tenure in elected leadership.
The Transportation Security Administration says staff found a record-breaking number of guns in carry-on bags at North Carolina airports in 2021.
Police reform advocates say a Raleigh police officer shot Daniel Turcios multiple times, including after he was lying on the ground following a vehicle crash last week.
GOP leaders on Monday announced plans for the General Assembly to vote Wednesday on a bill that would push the May 17 primary to June 7. They say they are worried about the timing to redraw legislative or congressional districts should the Supreme Court soon strike down lines.
In a recent conversation with WUNC's Tested Podcast, Dudley reflects on what he’s been through over the years, and how it feels to finally have his innocence publicly acknowledged.
In a briefing on Sunday afternoon, Gov. Roy Cooper and state emergency management officials provided an update on the impacts of sleet and snow blanketing parts of North Carolina.
Tune in at 12 p.m. for a live update from Gov. Cooper and state emergency management officials on the impacts of the weekend winter storm.
A winter storm watch is in effect for this weekend with snow, sleet, ice and freezing rain is expected across central North Carolina starting Saturday through Sunday evening.
Two witnesses say a man shot by an off-duty North Carolina sheriff's deputy jumped onto the hood of the deputy’s truck. Their statements are included in videos that the Fayetteville Police Department released on Friday, a day after obtaining a judge’s permission.
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As a major redistricting cases lands before the North Carolina supreme court, calls are growing louder for some justices to recuse themselves. Today on Tested, we are highlighting an episode of the WUNC Politics Podcast in which three former state judges talk about the issue of recusal - and the importance of judicial independence.
Another date for North Carolina's 2022 Primary? Maybe. Host Jeff Tiberii looks at the week in N.C. politics, including another possible legislative standoff between the Democratic Governor and the Republican-led General Assembly over the date of the primary, and the possibility of judge recusals in the redistricting case, with Donna King from the John Locke Foundation and Rob Schofield with NC Policy Watch.
Anita brings the RESOLVED series to a close by revisiting a conversation about body neutrality. Fat activists teach her about radical reframes, including body positivity and a newer term to her: body neutrality.
Guests Nigel Edwards and Amath Diouf join us for reflection on the protests for Black lives in 2020 and how many Black Muslims were finally hearing Friday sermons challenging anti-Blackness. While Black Muslims make up at least 1 in 5 Muslims in America, we often don’t talk about the racism they face both outside and inside our community. In this episode, Nigel and Amath share experiences of what anti-Blackness looks and sounds like—even among fellow Muslims—and what they wish more non-Black Muslims understood.
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A special series by WUNC examining the process, history, terminology, and litigation of redistricting in North Carolina.
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