A Wendell family threatened with a gun as they drove through Raleigh relived their terrifying brush with road rage Monday as their alleged attacker appeared in court.
Ordnance washes up on North Carolina's Outer Banks
Officials say two different pieces of World War II-era ordnance have washed up on North Carolina's Outer Banks.
- DMV plans new fees to to reinstate driver's licenses early
The state Division of Motor Vehicles will start charging new fees as high as $450 soon for people who want to end a driver's license suspension early.
- FBI, police claim five in Raleigh are leaders in Bloods gang
The FBI and Raleigh police detailed the actions and organizational structure of a street gang they say operates in Raleigh. In indictments handed down last week, five people were linked to the gang. Four of them were already in custody.
- What the latest health overhaul push means for consumers
Only one thing is certain for insurance shoppers if the latest attempt to replace former President Barack Obama's health care law succeeds: Uncertainty.
- NC offered Foxconn $570M, but firm took a much higher deal
North Carolina promised tax breaks and other incentives worth more than $570 million to attract a Foxconn electronics plant that could employ 8,800 people, but the state lost out to Wisconsin's five-times-larger offer, documents released Monday show.
- Mandatory evacuations in place for Hatteras, Ocracoke Island visitors
The forecast track of Hurricane Maria has shifted slightly west, bringing a small sliver of North Carolina's coast into the cone of uncertainty.
- Think the U.S. should cut foreign aid? Think again
- Irma recovery: Florida Keys will open to visitors Oct. 1
- GOP hopes for Senate health care bill flickering out
- Keeping up national anthem controversy, Trump touts NASCAR's patriotism
- Uber fights with London regulators, but also tries diplomacy
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- Weekly Wrap: Some decisions easier than others
- Commission delays decision on moving Confederate statues
- Legislative leaders warn Cooper, commission on Confederate statue removal
- State directs Chemours to provide bottled water to 11 nearby homeowners
- Cooper to veto GenX money, repeal of plastic bag ban
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- With new owner, Flour Power's North Hills location plans more camps, programs for kids, those with special needs, seniors
- Museum of Life and Science prepares to say goodbye to its red wolf family, preps for transfer to New York
- Destination: Table tennis at Lake Lynn
- Recipe: Pear crisp
- Six dozen boarding, private, local high schools slated to attend high school fair
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