Raleigh, Durham police using device that tracks cellphone data
Police in Raleigh and Durham are using a controversial tool to fight crime. Commonly called Stingray, the small suitcase-sized technology acts like a cell tower and allows police to track cellphone data.
- Duke deal could lower power bills in eastern NC towns
A Duke Energy unit has agreed to buy out the North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency's interests in power plants formerly owned by Progress Energy for $1.2 billion, officials said Monday.
- One shot outside Raleigh strip mall
One person was shot outside a strip mall at 1601 New Bern Avenue Monday evening, police said.
- Green Hope's 'Excel master' taking part in international contest
Microsoft Excel generates plenty of frustration for the millions who use it to track data, but for Green Hope High School senior Daniel Hill, the software, and his mastery of it, has led to national recognition.
- Deal to improve veterans' health care costs $17B
A bipartisan deal announced Monday would authorize about $17 billion to help veterans avoid long waits for health care, hire more doctors and nurses to treat veterans and make it easier to fire executives at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
- Early risers can catch this week's meteor shower
The Delta Aquarid meteor shower peaks the beginning of this week. Meteors may be visible a few hours after sunset as the constellation Aquarius rises in the east. You will likely see more after midnight as the Earth rotates into the trail of dust left by a comet.
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