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Local NewsDetour doesn't lead away from light show
Predicted Rain to Bring Little Relief From Drought
Shoplifter Finds Black Friday Doesn't Mean Free Stuff
Young Skateboarder Hit and Killed by Car Near Goldsboro
Troopers Keep Eyes in the Sky and on the Road
Fayetteville Police ID Shooting Victim
Fans and Players Sound Off on Coach Roof’s Career
NewsGreensboro Police Officer Shot
Durham Police Investigate Fatal Shooting
Trooper Calls in Johnston Co. House Fire
Fire Damages Durham Apartments
Possible Human Remains Found in Wayne County
I-40 Wreck Sends 6 People to Hospital
WeatherWRAL WeatherCenter Blog : How do tornadoes form and what keeps them going, what "fuels" them? Like hurricans bodies of water "fuel" them so they keep going until there is no water to keep it going.
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : How can I find out, or can you tell me how tropical storms or hurricanes are named? and what changes are noticed in how they are named?
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : While I lived in TX, practically every cold front that came through caused the temperatures to drop sharply and rapidly immediately after the passage of the cold front. But here in the piedmont, the cold often slowly filters in long after the cold front has passed through. Why does the cold air usually lag far behind the passage of the cold front? What different circumstances took place on November 15th to allow the temperatures to uncharacteristically drop immediately afterward?
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : On the 5day forecast it says full details and one of them is ICAO what does that stand for?
State NewsRDU Braces for Busy End to Thanksgiving Weekend