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3 trucks, 90 minutes to lower truck that slid off N.C. 147 bridge in winter storm
Poll: 36% of Americans say pandemic response is 'going well'
Shooting at Duke University Hospital ER a 'tragic incident,' plenty of questions remain
Fourth vaccine dose boosts antibodies, researchers say, but likely not enough to prevent Omicron breakthrough infections
Storm's aftermath, MLK holiday add to delays for those seeking a COVID test
Be cautious: Icy spots likely northwest of the Triangle after temps drop into the 20s
Winter storm whipping northeast US with snow, thunderstorms
Don't miss the full 'wolf' moon light up the sky tonight
Duke up to No. 6 in AP Top 25, Gonzaga returns to No. 1
Hurricanes' Necas enters COVID protocol, Slavin returns to practice
South Carolina still No. 1 in women's Top 25; Oklahoma rises
How big data can bolster your company's risk management
What's Next for Business After Supreme Court's Vaccine Mandate Ruling?
Supply chain woes could worsen as China imposes new COVID lockdowns
DRAUGHON DRAWS: Voting Rights Act. The mouse that roared
Editorial: Tax dollars shouldn't be spent like legislators' walking around money
Editorial: True 'democratic process' doesn't lead to a result 'incompatible with democratic principles'
Knightdale woman's $2,700 web services bill could have been prevented with multi-factor authentication
Inflation reaches highest rate seen in four decades
Bank of America cutting overdraft fees to $10
An amateur metal detectorist found one of England's earliest gold coins in a field. It'll sell for a pretty penny
Know the what & why for how to eat healthy in the Triangle
Triangle Restaurant Week announces winter dates
Explore a magical shimmer field in downtown Cary
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Auto body repairs now backed up more than 3 months
Secondary roads pose major icy accident risk
84 closings/delays reported, including Orange public schools.
Next week is a great time to apply -- because it could be free.