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Two weekend shootings reported in Carrboro
NC court puts candidate filing for congressional, legislative races on hold
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Purdue moves to No. 1 in AP Top 25 for the first time
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Fayetteville man wins lottery twice after accidentally buying 2 tickets
Only on WRAL at 6: Hundreds of shootings account for tiny fraction of calls to Durham police
— After more than 200 people were shot and at least 43 were killed in Durham this year, why are less than 6% of police calls related to violence? Find out at 6, only on WRAL.
The World Health Organization shared the warning as experts eye the reopening of schools and colleges in the United States.