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Local NewsTwo sought after Johnston County store clerk shooting
Audit: ESC worker pirated movies at work
Second suspect pleads guilty in Apex teen's slaying
Eight injured in Fort Bragg barracks fire
Wake DA to review elections board's report on Perdue
Roofing company leaves customers high and dry
Jason Young won't face death penalty in wife's beating death
Knightdale woman a witness, not criminal, attorney says
Franklin County WWII vet remembers service
Asheboro vet snapped iconic WWII photo
State closes 2010 fiscal year with surplus
NewsEx-Goldsboro firefighter accused of rape
Halifax man charged with indecent liberties with a minor
Man who escaped prison indicted as 'habitual felon'
UNC system names new president
Arrest warrant issued for Mangum in Durham
Brad Cooper's attorneys file for change of venue
Trial date set in 2009 slaying of Raleigh woman
Cary preserve to close while trees are treated
Wake school board chairman will likely not seek re-election
Details abound in bid to aid disadvantaged Wake students, along with some major questions
Roanoke Rapids man sought in assault, robbery
Escaped Robeson County inmate surrenders
Johnston County gets federal grant for water improvements
5 On Your SideWRAL SmartShopper : Thursday thoughts: Couponing Q & A
WRAL SmartShopper : FREE Marie's potato salad dressing at Apex Target (and maybe other locations)!
WRAL SmartShopper : 30% off coupon for Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic and more!
LifestylesBill Leslie's Carolina Conversations : End of the journey
Go Ask Mom : Kids activities part of new George Washington exhibit; volunteers needed
Go Ask Mom : Baby Steps: New addition
Go Ask Mom : Morning a mess? Try a routine chart
DocumentariesBehind the Doc : Should you hang up and drive?
Health TeamHigh-tech device helps stroke victims walk