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SBI releases name in officer-involved shooting in Harnett County
Edgecombe sheriff's office investigating machete attack as a hate crime
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Wake County adds new site for free COVID testing
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Wake Forest pauses men's basketball, cancels game Wednesday
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SBI releases name of deputy involved in Harnett County shooting
Counting resumes for State Supreme Court Justice race
At 6: Cullen Browder explains the new, free and easier option for coronavirus tests coming to Wake County
— With growing concern about coronavirus and the holidays, Wake County is making it easier to get a test. Cullen Browder explains, on WRAL News at 6.
The City of Raleigh Museum cam looks south down Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh toward the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts.