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U.S. Health Officials Urge Vaccinations as Omicron Spreads
NC trooper honored for bravery, survived being shot during traffic stop
Fire at Pilot Mountain State Park has burned 300 acres, is visible on satellite
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Omicron brings COVID-19 vaccine inequity 'home to roost'
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Climate change making some cities uninhabitable
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Panthers RB McCaffrey out for the season with ankle injury
Duke's Cutcliffe won't return after 'mutual' separation
The great resignation: why more workers are quitting
Craft beer might get even more expensive
Dow logs worst day in over a year as fears over new Covid-19 variant grip global markets
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MARY ANN WOLF: New state budget is just a start. Public school students need much more
CYBELE GREENBERG: The military's broken culture around sexual violence and suicide
Some Old Spice and Secret deodorants recalled after cancer-causing chemical is detected
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Holiday memories: When Crabtree had a two-story fountain and a secret shop
19 NC counties drop to yellow, or 'moderate,' spread on CDC's COVID-19 transmission map
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NC saw 8,172 new coronavirus cases over the past 5 days, with 2,350 reported on Thanksgiving Day
— The rate of people testing positive for COVID-19 was 8.3% in data reported Monday by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. That is the highest it's been since Sept. 27.
An apple that could last up to a year in a refrigerator is starting to hit grocery store shelves across the US.