NC counties putting new federal funding to use in battling opioid epidemic
A new grant from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will give funding to 22 North Carolina health departments to create strategies for fighting the state’s opioid epidemic.
Partisan gerrymandering will be North Carolina’s next big court battle
Breaking the Republicans’ veto-proof legislative majorities was the short game for North Carolina Democrats and many voting rights activists this year.
Silent Sam debate yields emotional, soul-searching reactions from the public
UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt said the university has received thousands of responses from students, faculty, alumni and the public about what should be done with the toppled Silent Sam Confederate statue..
Banner Year for Female Candidates Doesn’t Extend to Republican Women
It is the year of the woman, all right. But only for Democrats.