• Chapel Hill couple in their 70s expresses frustration over inability to schedule vaccine appointment By WRAL   -   Jan 17, 2021

    CHAPEL HILL COUPLE IN THEIR 70S EXPRESSES FRUSTRATION OVER INABILITY TO SCHEDULE VACCINE APPOINTMENT

    Vaccinations in North Carolina opened up to include people 65 years of age and older, but some say they're having difficulty scheduling...

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  • Multiple pro-life groups gather in downtown Raleigh for March for Life rally By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    MULTIPLE PRO-LIFE GROUPS GATHER IN DOWNTOWN RALEIGH FOR MARCH FOR LIFE RALLY

    Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson made appearance, shouting "abortion is murder," to hundreds in attendance at Bicentennial Plaza.

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  • One person dies in early-morning house fire in Graham By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    ONE PERSON DIES IN EARLY-MORNING HOUSE FIRE IN GRAHAM

    This is the first fire fatality in the City of Graham in more than 10 years.

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  • Cary Towne Center train takes final ride, towed away from the mall By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    CARY TOWNE CENTER TRAIN TAKES FINAL RIDE, TOWED AWAY FROM THE MALL

    Earlier this week, the iconic train at Cary Towne Center took its final ride through the mall's hallways, bidding farewell to years...

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  • Light snow falls northwest of Triangle By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    LIGHT SNOW FALLS NORTHWEST OF TRIANGLE

    Some afternoon showers are possible in central North Carolina Saturday while the mountains could see snow.

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  • Hundreds gather at March for Life rally in downtown Raleigh By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    HUNDREDS GATHER AT MARCH FOR LIFE RALLY IN DOWNTOWN RALEIGH

    Multiple groups hosted a March for Life Rally in downtown Raleigh on Saturday afternoon.

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  • Car crashes in Fayetteville with 2 people shot inside By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    CAR CRASHES IN FAYETTEVILLE WITH 2 PEOPLE SHOT INSIDE

    The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office is investigating a double shooting that occurred Friday night.

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  • Leaders concerned about gun and knife show at Raleigh's State Fairgrounds By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    LEADERS CONCERNED ABOUT GUN AND KNIFE SHOW AT RALEIGH'S STATE FAIRGROUNDS

    Wake County Sheriff Gerald Baker is concerned about the timing of a gun show being held at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds this...

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  • Greenville teen leads deputies on high-speed chase in stolen car By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    GREENVILLE TEEN LEADS DEPUTIES ON HIGH-SPEED CHASE IN STOLEN CAR

    A Greenville teenager was arrested Friday following a high-speed chase with deputies from the Pitt County Sheriff's Office.

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  • 100 lose power after tree falls on Estes Drive in Chapel Hill By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    100 LOSE POWER AFTER TREE FALLS ON ESTES DRIVE IN CHAPEL HILL

    More than 100 people lost power in Chapel Hill on Saturday after a tree fell on power lines.

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  • UPS truck catches fire on I-540 in Raleigh By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    UPS TRUCK CATCHES FIRE ON I-540 IN RALEIGH

    A UPS truck caught on fire on Interstate 540 Saturday morning just after leaving Raleigh-Durham International Airport.

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  • Long lines wait for gun and knife show at Raleigh's State Fairgrounds By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    LONG LINES WAIT FOR GUN AND KNIFE SHOW AT RALEIGH'S STATE FAIRGROUNDS

    Long lines of people were waiting outside the North Carolina State Fairgrounds on Saturday for the Raleigh Gun and Knife Show.

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  • Rain showers likely Saturday afternoon By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    RAIN SHOWERS LIKELY SATURDAY AFTERNOON

    Some afternoon showers are possible in central North Carolina Saturday while the mountains could see snow.

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  • Long lines Saturday at Fayetteville's Crown Complex for COVID-19 vaccine clinic By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    LONG LINES SATURDAY AT FAYETTEVILLE'S CROWN COMPLEX FOR COVID-19 VACCINE CLINIC

    Another drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine clinic was underway Saturday morning at the Crown Complex in Fayetteville.

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  • NC governor sending another 100 Guard members to Washington By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    NC GOVERNOR SENDING ANOTHER 100 GUARD MEMBERS TO WASHINGTON

    Another 100 North Carolina National Guard members are going to Washington to help with security leading up to President-elect Joe Biden's...

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  • NC man restores old cars for people without reliable transportation By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    NC MAN RESTORES OLD CARS FOR PEOPLE WITHOUT RELIABLE TRANSPORTATION

    Chris Lewis refurbishes old cars in his North Carolina home for people in need.

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  • Duke expert: New UK variant more contagious than coronavirus but not more deadly By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    DUKE EXPERT: NEW UK VARIANT MORE CONTAGIOUS THAN CORONAVIRUS BUT NOT MORE DEADLY

    A Duke virologist explains what the new variant will mean for North Carolinians.

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  • Dense fog advisory in place, afternoon showers likely By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    DENSE FOG ADVISORY IN PLACE, AFTERNOON SHOWERS LIKELY

    It may be hard to see if you venture out Saturday morning.

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  • Local experts outline what to expect as North Carolina prepares for arrival of new UK coronavirus variant By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    LOCAL EXPERTS OUTLINE WHAT TO EXPECT AS NORTH CAROLINA PREPARES FOR ARRIVAL OF NEW UK CORONAVIRUS VARIANT

    A Duke virologist explains what the new variant will mean for North Carolinians.

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  • Local experts outline what to expect as North Carolina prepares for arrival of new U.K. coronavirus variant By WRAL   -   Jan 16, 2021

    LOCAL EXPERTS OUTLINE WHAT TO EXPECT AS NORTH CAROLINA PREPARES FOR ARRIVAL OF NEW U.K. CORONAVIRUS VARIANT

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