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2 teenagers shot, killed days after their cousin's death. On WRAL-TV at 5: Gilbert Baez tells us why relatives believe they could be connected.
— Two teenagers were shot and killed in Cumberland County during what officials said was a home invasion. Days before their death, one of their relatives was shot in the head and killed in a home. On WRAL-TV at 5, Gilbert Baez talks with the families of the victims about why they believe these shootings are connected.
Daily average of new coronavirus infections in NC below 6,000 for first time since August
— Another 6,288 coronavirus infections were reported in North Carolina on Wednesday, the fifth straight day the total has fallen. The state is now adding an average of 5,937 cases a day, which is the first time that figure has been below 6,000 in a month.