Elizabeth Anne Brown, Slate

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Past articles by Elizabeth:

Why the American Government Became Very Interested in Whether My Marriage Is Consummated

Our COVID-era wedding became the plot of a sexed-up rom-com. → Read More

Suspect in stabbing outside French Broad Food Co-op wore cowboy boots. Recognize him?

The victim was treated at Mission Hospital for "life threatening injuries." → Read More

Free community testing in Buncombe May 26-28: Deaverview, Sandy Mush, Coxe Avenue

This testing is free to Buncombe County residents experiencing symptoms — regardless of their insurance status. → Read More

Coronavirus: Buncombe County COVID-19 cases jump 31%

Higher case counts are expected as access to testing is expanded, public health officials say. → Read More

Coronavirus: NC moves into Phase 2 on May 22, but more restrictions remain than expected

Here's what you can expect in Phase 2 of North Carolina's reopening, which will last through June 26. → Read More

Asheville police arrest area man following DNA link to a cold case rape

APD has submitted 434 sexual assault evidence collection kits as part of the program. → Read More

Pisgah National Forest mostly reopens after coronavirus-related restrictions

Welcome back to Catawba Falls, the Art Loeb Trail and many other local favorites. → Read More

I don't feel safe going back to work. Can I still collect unemployment in North Carolina?

Can you refuse an offer to return to work and still receive unemployment benefits? → Read More

Coronavirus: Beaver Lake reopens to public

You'll need a permit to boat, fish, or walk your dog, but a stroll is always free. → Read More

Coronavirus: Asheville City parks partially reopen

Stay off the jungle gym, though, and use the restroom before you go. → Read More

Coronavirus: County-sponsored testing returns

Testing hours will be limited, so mark your calendars. → Read More

Henderson mother cared for baby with COVID-19. As bills mounted, strangers helped.

Of the eight people in Lucy’s household, three tested positive for COVID-19, including her 17-month old son. → Read More

Coronavirus: Much of Blue Ridge Parkway in WNC to reopen May 15, small section May 9

America's favorite drive will begin a multi-step reopening process May 9 with big gains May 15. → Read More

What's an 'essential' business amid COVID-19? State, local definitions diverge across NC

Who has the final say on which businesses are essential? → Read More

Weaverville 'withdraws' from Buncombe County pandemic restrictions

"On main street Weaverville, it doesn't make sense not to let (local businesses) try," Mayor Al Root said. → Read More

Coronavirus: Gov. Cooper 'optimistic' state could begin reopening May 9

The governor also warned North Carolinians that becoming 'complacent' could cost lives. → Read More

Coronavirus: NC case count jumps by 561 overnight, Buncombe up 14.5%

Case counts are expected to increase as access to testing expands. → Read More

Coronavirus in North Carolina: fourth COVID-19 death reported in Buncombe County

The count is expected to climb as testing becomes more widespread. → Read More

Coronavirus: Need a job? North Carolina is hiring COVID-19 contact tracers

You or a loved one could be a prime candidate for the job — there's no specialized experience required. → Read More

Self-employed? 5 things to know about filing for unemployment in North Carolina

Relief may finally be on the horizon for Asheville's gig economy workers. → Read More