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  • Reporter Jordan Wilkie of Carolina Public Press joined WNCW's More to the Story to go over a recent ruling by Superior Court judges concerning voting in North Carolina. Photo ID, when voting, has been pushed for some time by Republican leaders. What's the latest? This interview originally aired on Sept. 22, 2021.
  • This edition of WNCW's 'More to the Story' features Producer Charlie Shelton-Ormond of WUNC, North Carolina's Public Radio Station, on why Robeson County is at the bottom of the list for residences getting vaccinated in the fight against the Coronavirus. Robeson is home to the Lumbee Indian Tribe. This interview originally aired Sept. 15, 2021.
  • The remnants from Tropical Storm Fred caused flooding that hammered some seven counties in the Western NC Mountains. The events from August 17th are still affecting many citizens who have dealt with the loss of homes, property, and even loved ones. Asheville Citizen Times Reporter Joel Burgess provided an update.
  • McDowell News Reporter- Mike Conley took part in this More to the Story interview from August 25, 2021. Mike recapped stories about incentives from county commissioners trying to get employees vaccinated for Covid-19 to an animal rescue along the interstate in Old Fort.
  • Jason DeBruyn, Healthcare and Data Reporter for WUNC, North Carolina Public Radio in Chapel Hill, was guest on this edition of More to the Story to recap his investigation "NC Hospitals Fall Short of Price Transparency Rule." Is the business side of healthcare ruthless? Haven't we all received what seemed like s surprise medical bill? Jason goes over that and more from the conversation that aired on August 18, 2021.
  • In a follow-up to another recent report on WNCW, this edition of More to the Story showcased recent articles by Smoky Mountain News about tobacco growing farms having the potential for new life in the NC Mountains. Politics Editor for Smoky Mountain News - Cory Vaillancourt talked about the demand for cigar wrapper tobacco or burley tobacco. In years past, several counties in Western NC were in the top five for tobacco distribution. The interview originally aired Aug. 4, 2021.
  • Politics Reporter for WFAE, public radio Charlotte, Steve Harrison returned to More to the Story to cover several topics on July 28, 2021, including a funding deal between Mecklenburg County and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and Charlotte's proposed light rail — could it ever have a designated stop at Charlotte Douglas International Airport?
  • During this More to the Story that aired July 21, 2021 - WNCW obtained permission to share the audio version of Christian Green's report, "Communities Struggle with Meth outside spotlight of Opioid Crisis." Green is a part of the reporting team with Carolina Public Press.
  • Reporter Mike Conley with The McDowell News was our guest on this edition of More to the Story from July 14, 2021. Mike went over a missing county resident that had a good ending to a Vietnam War story to a new downtown Marion business.
  • This edition of More to the Story was a recap of the recent WUNC Public Radio Politics Podcast, "Disagreeing On What Makes A Fair, Free, and Secure Election." WUNC Politics Reporter Rusty Jacobs was special guest to go over the Democratic and Republican view for election integrity in North Carolina. This segment originally aired July 7, 2021.