Have you heard about the North Carolina Restaurant Workers Relief Fund? It can provide qualified applicants with $500 to help with the immediate expenses faced by many who have suddenly found themselves without work. Get more info here.       Facebook: The Karen Clark Instagram: @TheKarenClark Twitter/Snapchat: @The_KarenClark YouTube: The Karen Clark

Governor Roy Cooper joins Karen Clark to express the importance of the message to everyone to Stay-At-Home. In the midst of the changes that everyone is going through to adjust with the way of life that includes COVID-19. “We’re all trying to deal with a new normal,” said Governor Cooper. LISTEN LIVE Trending Now: Governor […]

Governor Roy Cooper announced Tuesday, North Carolina’s first case of the new illness Coronavirus. The individual traveled from Washington state where he was exposed. He is currently being quarantined in his home. Here is what we know about the Coronavirus: Coronavirus can be commonly spread through viral respiratory droplets. You are able to catch the […]

Tomorrow is Election Day! If you didn’t vote early, tomorrow is the day you’ve been waiting for. Here’s what you need to know! -You do NOT need to show a Photo ID to vote in the March 2020 primary. Questions? Get them answered here. -You will NOT be able to register to vote at a […]

According to ABC 11, a Vance County Deputy was caught on video slamming a student on the ground. The officer hasn’t been identified, but put on paid administrative leave during the investigation. The video shows the officer violently slamming a child to the ground several times in the hallway of Vance County Middle School. Please […]

Join the Durham Business & Professional Chain for the first of two Candidate Forums for the upcoming 2019 Municipal Election. The first forum presents candidates running in the primary election for mayor, and three city council seats. Bring your questions and meet the candidates face-to-face. To Register click Here What: Candidate Forum for Durham Municipal […]

With the eventful calendar set in The Town of Wake Forest, Bill Crabtree the Communications Director for The Town of Wake Forest came to tell Karen Clark about all the events… If they haven’t sold out already! Karen Clark and Bill spoke about how the Town of Wake Forest continues to grow and develop. Karen Clark explains how, […]

District County Lorrin Freeman , was sent a request in January to help with ” voter fraud allegations and possible false statements to affect election outcomes allegedly perpetrated by McCrae Dowless” McCrae Dowless , conducting as a political operative by Republican Mark Harris ;the winner of the 9th District Congressional race. Allegedly , ballots were […]

Interview Conducted By: Renee N John Lewis , Linda Coleman ,and G.K. Butterfield reply to the excuses people give, for not voting and highlight the important matters of taking the time to vote. Some people feel that the idea of Politics can be boring, why bother ? John Lewis : ” Politics control everything that we […]

Phoenix Fest is back! Saturday, October 6, 2018 it’s the 17th annual Phoenix Fest, known as Durham NC’s funkiest street music festival that celebrates the cultural legacy of Durham NC’s historic Hayti community. It’s a fun-filled day of family friendly entertainment for thousands on historic Fayetteville Street. The parade begins at 9am with high-stepping bands, […]

The standing waters from Hurricane Florence have become a breeding pool for mosquitos. According to the National Weather Service, North Carolina received an estimated 8 trillion gallons over water from Hurricane Florence. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! Governor Roy Cooper, declared several counties under disaster relief; “Those counties include: Bladen, Beaufort, Brunswick, Carteret, Columbus, Craven, […]