WASHINGTON (AP) – The net worth of the typical U.S. household grew at the fastest pace in more than three decades from 2020 through 2022, while relatively low-interest rates at that time made it easier for households to pay their debts, according […]Read More
(AP) Are 3D mammograms better than standard 2D imaging for catching advanced cancers? A clinical trial is recruiting thousands of volunteers – including a large number of Black women who face disparities in breast cancer death rates – to try […]Read More
Amazon will soon make prescription drugs fall from the sky when the e-commerce giant becomes the latest company to test drone deliveries for medications. The company said Wednesday that customers in College Station, Texas, can now get prescriptions delivered by […]Read More
NC Delegation Attends Southeast US/Japan Economic SummitCommunity Remembers The Hedingham Victims, One Year Later
RALEIGH – Last week, Governor Roy Cooper led a 35-person North Carolina delegation to Japan for the annual Southeastern United States/Japan (SEUS/Japan) Economic Development Conference in Tokyo. The Governor held productive meetings with major business leaders and worked to recruit […]Read More
Tyria Bourda-Staff Writer October 13th marked one year since five residents of Raleigh were shot and killed in the Hedingham neighborhood and along the Neuse River Greenway. Those who died were an off-duty Raleigh police officer, Gabriel Torres, 29, who […]Read More
People of African ancestry are poorly represented in genetic studies. A new effort would change that
(AP) Scientists are setting out to collect genetic material from 500,000 people of African ancestry to create what they believe will be the world’s largest database of genomic information from the population. The hope is to build a new “reference […]Read More
Open enrollment for Medicare opens Sunday, and seniors could have dozens of options. During the enrollment period, which ends Dec. 7, people will have the opportunity to choose between traditional Medicare and privately run Medicare Advantage plans in their area, […]Read More
CHINA GROVE, N.C. (AP) – Police in North Carolina are investigating the death of a man who officers say was mistaken for a training dummy before being recovered at an abandoned log cabin. China Grove police officers responded Oct. 10 […]Read More
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