Whistleblower teacher put on leave by charter school

Whistleblower teacher put on leave by charter school

The teacher who contacted WRAL News with concerns about having to report to work at Youngsville Academy during a stay-at-home order was put on administrative leave by the Academy’s principal Wednesday.
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State working to fill in gaps in federal protective gear shipments

North Carolina leaders are working to find alternative sources of key supplies the federal government is not sending to the state.
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Storms, high winds in forecast for Wednesday night, Thursday morning

Central North Carolina has a chance for severe thunderstorms in two rounds over the next 24 hours, WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said.
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Fliers are fewer at RDU, but love, work still bring a few to fly

At Raleigh-Durham International Airport, passenger traffic is down 95 percent compared to the same period last year. But there are still a few stalwart souls who must take a trip.
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Nursing homes becoming 'hotspot' for coronavirus with multiple cases at two new NC sites

The upswing of coronavirus cases at nursing homes in the state continues to be a big problem with two new locations reporting multiple cases on Wednesday.
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Civil rights group sue governor, seek release of inmates amid COVID-19 spread

A coalition of civil rights groups filed suit against the Cooper administration Wednesday seeking the immediate release of inmates in state prisons at high risk for COVID-19.
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