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Past articles by Ed:

For-profit college ECPI University in Raleigh hoping VAX PASS system will encourage vaccinations

Administrators at ECPI hope their VAX PASS system may entice some unvaccinated students to get the shot. → Read More

On anniversary of ADA, some with disabilities worry about return to the office

The ADA anniversary, near the end of Disability Pride Month, is a reminder that people who are disabled must overcome many hurdles in the workplace. → Read More

CDC estimate: Nearly 84% of all US expectant moms unvaccinated against COVID 19

One of the lowest COVID-19 vaccination rates among any group in America is among expectant mothers. → Read More

Downtown Raleigh small business grant could get cash to owners when they need it most

Downtown Raleigh Alliance or DRA is doling out $50,000 in grants. → Read More

Few Black real estate professionals could lead to discrimination for homebuyers, experts worry

The ABC 11 data team has found racial disparities in the state and local real estate market, showing very few Black property appraisers and agents. → Read More

Raleigh couple takes part in Novavax vaccine trial as company hopes for emergency authorization

Novavax says COVID-19 vaccine shows 90.4% overall efficacy in US Phase 3 trial. → Read More

Wake County mom among scores quitting job in 'The Great Resignation'

A survey showed that 95% of those who responded are considering changing jobs. → Read More

How can you be sure you're signed up for the NC vaccine lottery?

An ABC11 viewer reached out after she couldn't find any information showing her family was entered. → Read More

Durham teen gets associate's degree and IT certificate before graduating from high school

So, back in 2019 when she was a sophomore, she started taking classes at Durham Tech through a partnership with her school, New Tech High at Hillside. → Read More

Postings for remote-work jobs jumps 457%, according to LinkedIn

For years many employees wanted to work remotely, but their bosses were skeptical. → Read More

Shortage of truck drivers means employers are offering increased pay, benefits

The oldest truck driving school in the nation, right here in the Triangle, is doing its part to replenish the supply of drivers and address the problem of keeping them in the industry. → Read More

Is your kid incorporating COVID-19 into play? A UNC child psychiatrist says you shouldn't worry

During the pandemic many parents have reported that their children are play-acting COVID games. → Read More

Survey finds many Triangle workers still unvaccinated as employers work on return-to-office plans

In Keystone's survey, 40% of workers nationwide said they are still reluctant to be vaccinated. → Read More

Shortage of shipping pallets could be the next big supply chain issue

After nearly 15 months of living through a pandemic, we're getting use to the fact that sometimes there are shortages in the supply chain. → Read More

Blood is in high demand, but Red Cross says donations are slowing down

The Red Cross is once again putting out the call for blood donors. → Read More

Grieving mom uses National Bike Safety Month to urge parents to take bike safety seriously

May is National Bicycle Safety Month. In North Carolina, non-profits and local agencies will be giving out bike helmets donated by the North Carolina Department of Transportation to kids all month. → Read More

Families again call on Congress to do something to prevent childhood hot car deaths

On the eve of National Heatstroke Prevention Day, North Carolina announced the first the death of a child in hot car in the U.S. in 2021. → Read More

2021 on pace to break all-time records for amount of litter collected in North Carolina

Just four months into 2021 and the numbers show North Carolina could set a record for litter collection this year. → Read More

Novavax COVID-19 vaccine trials underway in Triangle for teens 14-17

Vaccines are open to everyone now except those under 16. → Read More

Durham Tech student recognized for helping collect census data

Shelbie Chervinko is being recognized by the US Census Bureau for her efforts at Durham Tech. → Read More