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NC law targeting 'Carolina Squat' for vehicles takes effect
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NC A&T star volleyball player dies suddenly at 22
Appointments now required at Wake County Drive-through testing sites
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Northampton County leaders hope new career center will bring younger people to the area
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Editorial: Calling out those who pander to bigotry
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Wake County drive-through COVID testing moves to appointment only
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As more cities phase out plastic bags, reusable bags are becoming more common. But reusable bags may be a reservoir for germs and bacteria.