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COVID-19 map cases across the state put counties on alert

November 20, 2020

While COVID-19 cases are surging across the United States, North Carolina has instituted a new COVID-19 County Alert System to pinpoint counties with the highest levels of viral spread and offers specific recommendations to bring numbers down. North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and Dr. Mandy Cohen, Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Health and […]

Statewide recount called in Beasley-Newby Chief Justice race

November 20, 2020

Tuesday morning, Chief Justice of the N.C. Supreme Court Cheri Beasley officially asked for a statewide recount against challenger Justice Paul Newby in their neck-and-neck election battle. By noon Tuesday, Beasley was trailing by 366 out of 5.4 million votes cast. The recount must begin by today and be completed by Wednesday, Nov. 25th. Beasley […]

Howard University to Co-Host Mako Medical Duke Classic

November 12, 2020

DURHAM – The Howard University men’s basketball team is set to co-host the Mako Medical Duke Classic multi-team event (MTE) with Duke University, honoring Dr. Onye E. Akwari (OWN-yay ak-WAR-ee), in early December. The contests involving HU features the Bison taking on Bellarmine University (Dec. 6) and Elon University (Dec. 8) inside Burr Gymnasium. Duke […]

The public needs to be ready to take the COVID-19 vaccine when available

November 12, 2020

Every time I ask a patient to take a flu vaccine and they tell me no, a little piece of my heart dies. They tell me no because they say they do not get flu shots. Ultimately it has to do with trust. Trust that the healthcare system is not trying to play on them […]

Howard Alumna Kamala Harris Makes History as First Female Vice President of the United States

November 12, 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Saturday was a day of firsts as Kamala Devi Harris became the highest-ranking female U.S. official in the country’s 244-year history, after Joe Biden was projected to win the 2020 election. Harris is also the first African American woman to become vice president of the United States. In a post on Twitter […]

Biden & Harris WIN!

November 12, 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C. – After four years of feeling under siege from a racially hostile White House and after a week spent awaiting the results of a nail-biter election, supporters of former Vice President Joe Biden finally exhaled when it became clear that President Donald Trump was booted from office. Black America and the rest of […]

Miller Named Mid-Major Player of The Year by ESPN

November 6, 2020

Isaiah Miller continues to receive preseason plaudits. The six-foot UNC Greensboro (UNCG) senior human highlight was named by ESPN college basketball reporter Myron Medcalf as the Pre-Season Mid-Major Player of the Year. Overall, the Spartans received a lot of love from ESPN during its mid-major preseason preview that appeared online last Thursday. UNCG was picked […]

The COVID-19 surge is here, social distancing and mask wearing a must

November 5, 2020

The surge that all were warned about has arrived. We were unaware as to when it was coming but that it was coming as the colder months approached us. We are seeing more than 80,000 new cases daily in the U.S. and we are rapidly headed towards 100,000 new cases a day. The experts like […]

Election Day 2020: Guilford County Results

November 5, 2020

Election Day 2020 in Guilford County ended on Tuesday night with 283,018 ballots being counted in the unofficial totals. Early voting statistics show that 191,477 of those votes were cast during early voting, which ran from October 15 – October 30. According to the North Carolina Board of Elections data, 239,073 absentee ballots for Guilford […]

2020 Presidential Election: Too Close to Call

November 5, 2020

WASHINGTON, DC – With a nail biter presidential race too close to call by midnight Nov. 3, America awaits on edge for final states to complete their vote counts. Some are early votes so numerous that they take time to count. Others are mail-in ballots allowed largely due to voters using absentee options or state-sanctioned […]


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