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Past articles by Danielle:

With no Roe, what's next for the anti-abortion movement in North Carolina?

Despite the U.S. Supreme Court decision on Dobbs, North Carolina's anti-abortion groups aren't resting. → Read More

Want pawpaw beer or cider? Prepare to look far and wide in North Carolina

Almost no one makes pawpaw beer, and almost no one's heard of it. My hunt was on. → Read More

N.C. Answers: What's a 'living income' in my county?

The Living Income Standard breaks down what it takes to make ends meet in North Carolina. Spoiler: a lot. → Read More

What do reproductive choices look like in N.C.? Pregnancy and abortion by the numbers

What do reproductive choices look like in North Carolina? Take a look at the numbers. → Read More

Private pain, public policy: Pregnancy, loss and the choices they made

No matter the politics, pregnancy is deeply personal. These North Carolinians share the choices they made on abortion, adoption and parenting. → Read More

NC Answers: (Sneeze!) When will pollen season end in North Carolina?

We've all had enough of this beautiful spring -- that is, allergy season. When can North Carolinians put down the Zyrtec? → Read More

Beaux II men: The beautillion is a modern tradition to support Black teens

The modern Black tradition turns the white, elitist debutante ball on its head. → Read More

Map: Where North Carolina's Confederate monuments remain

A decade ago, more than 100 Confederate monuments stood across North Carolina. Here's where they still stand — and don't. → Read More

NC Answers: Is there a Girl Scout Cookie shortage in North Carolina?

You may have seen reports of a Girl Scout cookie shortage. We get to the proof in the pudding. → Read More

Why you should root for biathlon, the Winter Olympics’ weirdest sport

In Europe, biathlon is the most-watched winter sport on television. In the U.S., it is obscure, impossible and fascinating. → Read More

NC Answers: Should I really leave these leaves in my yard all winter?

It’s winter, yet the leaves just seem to keep falling or blowing around or otherwise piling up. What should we do with them? → Read More

America's first secession: The weird, short-lived state of Franklin

237 years ago this week, settlers in Western North Carolina (now Tennessee) declared their separate statehood. Then it all went south. → Read More

NC Answers: What's with all the Locklears?

Behind the name that's front and center in North Carolina's Lumbee Indian community. → Read More

Afghan refugees and military families celebrate Thanksgiving together

To get out of Kabul, an interpreter called on his old teammate. → Read More

1 woman, 1 North Carolina address, 5 congressional districts

The Sandhills hasn't had its own U.S. Congressperson since 1872. If it had a voice, what would it say? → Read More

NC Answers: Can I still get cocktails to-go in North Carolina?

Gov. Roy Cooper allowed to-go mixed drinks to help pandemic-throttled bars and restaurants but the order expired on June 1. → Read More

Storytelling reporter: Everybody has a story. Here's mine

Journalist Danielle Dreilinger tells her story and asks: What's yours? → Read More

Girl Scouts Against the World

Now that STEM and girls’ empowerment are mainstream—and Boy Scouts is coed—is there a place for Girl Scouts? → Read More

AI Curriculum Is Coming for K-12 At Last. What Will It Include?

When Ayanna met Cozmo the robot, both she and the robot lit up. “it was like she met a new best friend,” her Boys and Girls Club teacher James Carter ... → Read More

2 New Orleans charter schools walk a progressive path

One school that started with diversity as a priority and one school that focused just on academics are wrestling with progressive issues. → Read More