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  • You can get a COVID-19 vaccine at this dentist’s offices April 23, 2021
    By Anne Blythe Michael Riccobene is a dentist on a mission to stress the importance of recognizing that dental care and oral health play a large part in overall well-being. So when Gov. Roy Cooper added dentists to the list of professions eligible to administer COVID-19 vaccines, Riccobene wanted to play a part in the […]
    Anne Blythe
  • Attorney General Stein extends deadline for Cone Health merger comments April 23, 2021
    By Taft Wireback The North Carolina Department of Justice has given the public an additional two weeks to comment on the proposed merger of Greensboro-based Cone Health and Virginia-based Sentara Healthcare, hoping to hear from a wider range of community voices. The planned merger would create a 17-hospital nonprofit system headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia, generating […]
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  • State, local officials see slowing demand extending vaccination campaign. April 22, 2021
    By Rose Hoban In the 18 weeks since the first North Carolinian received a vaccination against the novel coronavirus that’s upended the world for the past year, the state has managed to put about 6.6 million doses of vaccine into the arms of more than 3.8 million people.  That mass vaccination effort led to 647,415 […]
    Rose Hoban
  • Coronavirus Today – Apr. 21 — Most COVID restrictions to be lifted in June if two-thirds of adults are vaccinated April 21, 2021
    By Anne Blythe As the demand for COVID-19 vaccines slows in many counties, Gov. Roy Cooper and his public health team have offered an inducement for the unvaccinated and all who have friends and family who haven’t gotten a shot yet. When the state gets two-thirds of the adult population vaccinated, he said, many of […]
    Anne Blythe
  • North Carolina prisons reopen visits for children, extend time limits April 21, 2021
    By Hannah Critchfield As the vaccine rollout continues behind bars, North Carolina state prisons are expanding opportunities for families to see incarcerated loved ones. All young children are now permitted to visit parents or family members in prison.  This new policy went into effect on April 1, according to Department of Public Safety Spokesperson John […]
    Hannah Critchfield

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  • North Carolina striped bass harvest restrictions in place as population decreases in Roanoke River April 23, 2021
    HERTFORD COUNTY, N.C. (WAVY) -- Anglers in North Carolina, listen up: Striped bass harvest season begins for the upper zone of the Roanoke River this weekend but there are some changes this year. A map provided by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission helps break down the different harvest zones. The dates are below: April […]
    Madison Glassman
  • Triangle health experts advise caution as events roll out soon across NC April 23, 2021
    RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) -- Right now, less than half of the state is vaccinated and in a little over a month, people will be able to go to events and gatherings without many requirements in North Carolina. Jennifer Martin with Shop Local Raleigh is ready to bring back festivities. "Get people back out, people back […]
    Bridget Chapman
  • What's causing allergic reactions to some COVID-19 vaccines? UNC working on an answer April 23, 2021
    RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) - While very rare, allergic reactions to the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are possible and have occurred. The reasoning behind it is still unclear even as more than six million vaccine doses have been administered in North Carolina. "Overall, vaccines are safe. Any kind of reaction, for any kind of vaccine, tends […]
    Judith Retana
  • NC man goes viral on TikTok after picking up 8,300+ bags of trash April 23, 2021
    RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — A North Carolina man is going above and beyond to keep our state beautiful. Daniel Toben likes to pick up litter. It's a hobby he enjoys because he loves the environment. He's filled over 8,300 bags already and picked up over 8 million pieces of trash from streams and roads. "It's […]
    Laura Smith
  • Study: I-85 in Charlotte among top 30 "Deadliest Roads" in the U.S. April 23, 2021
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) - Interstate-85 that runs through the Charlotte metro area is among the top 30 "deadliest roads" in America, according to a study done by Teletrac Navman. America’s highways are becoming more congested as a result of the reopening economy, and Teletrac Navman has ranked the most dangerous roads by assessing […]

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  • North Carolina striped bass harvest restrictions in place as population decreases in Roanoke River April 23, 2021
    HERTFORD COUNTY, N.C. (WAVY) -- Anglers in North Carolina, listen up: Striped bass harvest season begins for the upper zone of the Roanoke River this weekend but there are some changes this year. A map provided by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission helps break down the different harvest zones. The dates are below: April […]
    Madison Glassman
  • NC COVID-19 April 22 update: 2,236 new coronavirus cases, daily percent positive at 4.9% April 23, 2021
    RALEIGH, N.C. (WAVY) – The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services released its latest coronavirus statistics on Thursday. 36.8% of North Carolina’s adult population has been fully vaccinated so far, and 47.5% of the adult population has gotten at least one vaccine dose. 2,236 more cases are being reported since yesterday raising the […]
  • Durham DA works to expunge records of teens charged as adults on low-level offenses April 23, 2021
    DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) -- Hundreds of teens charged as adults for low-level offenses over the last 27 years will have their records expunged. This comes after Durham County District Attorney Satana Deberry petitioned to have 1,748 charges against 276 individuals expunged. A judge approved the expungements last week. The charges were for low-level offenses committed […]
    Crystal Price
  • 'Happy Abby': Mother remembers Fort Bragg paratrooper who died in training accident April 23, 2021
    FORT BRAGG, N.C. (WNCN) - The smiling baby who loved animals was nicknamed “Happy Abby.” “She was always very happy and positive, and she always saw the good in everybody and everything,” Mary Jenks said about her daughter. Army Spc. Abigail Jenks, 20, was one of only a few women serving as a Fire Support […]
    Kayla Strayer
  • One arrested, two at large in bogus check scheme in Gates County April 22, 2021
    GATESVILLE, N.C. (WAVY) -- The Gates County sheriff is hoping to get more information about the scope of a fraudulent check scheme from the one man who is already in custody. Zachary Breasette, 32, of Chesapeake was arrested by Gates authorities last week, but Sheriff Ray Campbell says he was working with two accomplices when […]
    Chris Horne
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