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Local News83-Year-Old Dies After Fire at Garner Duplex
Part of Southbound I-95 Near Fayetteville Reopens
Raleigh Celebrates St. Patrick's Day With Parade, Festival
Raleigh Crime Rate Down Slightly, Latest Report Shows
Law Enforcement Plan Statewide Crackdown on Drunken Drivers
Anti-War Protesters March in Fayetteville
Soldiers Stranded by Snowstorm Sleep at RDU
One Killed, Three Injured in Johnston County Collision
WeatherWRAL WeatherCenter Blog : I cannot, for the life of me, figure out the energy savings used as an excuse by the government for daylight savings time?!!??!!? Based on the seasons and earth's rotation there will be X amount of light each day. Changing clocks forward and backward does not change this day light period. People who like more day light after leaving work are going to have that simply by the extra length of time we have during the summer anyway. More electricty is used for lighting our offices when we arrive and it's dark outside. Etc Etc Etc.
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : Is there a term, for seeing the moon and the sun in the sky at the same time?
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : I am a fifth grade student and need an answer to a question from school. We are doing a crossword puzzle and one answer is a temperature scale where 32 is freezing and 212 is boiling. It looks like it starts with an "a", but I can't find the answer anywhere. Can you help?
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : I'm trying to decide on my wedding date for this October. I've consulted the Farmer's Almanac, and the information they give is very broad. The Farmer's Almanac says that temperatures should be above normal for October, but cooling down during 20-24. What I'm wondering is if there is anyway to predict the temperature difference expected? If "above average" means temperatures in the high 70s and so a cool down would put us in the 60s - that's a big difference. If the "above normal" temperature is in the high 80s and I prefer 70s, then maybe the 20th is the better option . . . can you help me? Is there anyway for me to make an educated decision instead of just guessing? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : Good morning! I am a fourth grade teacher at Spring Creek Elementary School in Goldsboro. This week my class read a story and a weather related question was asked. We were wondering if you could help us with the answer. We would like to know how much rain does Goldsboro average each year and how much rain does North Carolina average each year? My class watches the news each night and have become very interested in weather related topics.
State NewsVolunteers Press Search for Boy Scout Missing in Wilkes County